retrain for a new career in Occupational Therapy
Rhona Macdonald, Glasgow Caledonian University, BSc Occupational Therapy
new reflective tools and techniques to aid communities supporting species threatened by the climate crisis.
Adam Frank, University of Dundee, Philosophy
explore Novel gas diffusion electrodes for the electrochemical utilisation of CO2
Dr Ignacio Tudela-Montes, University of Edinburgh, Engineering
to manage a project and develop their research skills
Mae Rodriguez, University of Aberdeen, Physics
undertaking postgraduate studies in New York
Michael Macfarlane, Glasgow School of Art alumnus is studying at the Parsons School of Design, Graphic Design in 2018-19
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