Ultimately I’d like to move in to clinical work, possibly in cardiac rehabilitation.” In addition to her studies, Sophie also had to balance a considerable list of external commitments.
“I compete in dance competitions nationally and internationally,” she said.
William, 21, from Solihull, who holds the number one position in Welsh national badminton, has completed his degree in sports coaching science and is now using his expertise and skills to help the next generation of young players.
“Since finishing my degree I have been working as a badminton coach for david lloyd solihull - where I currently have a number of individual and group sessions being run on a weekly basis.
“However, I recently found out that Badminton Wales have not got the funding to be able to send anyone to the commonwealth games,” he said.
STUDENT: SOPHIE MAY AN undiagnosed learning difficulty hasn’t stopped one student from achieving First Class Honours in her degree, and as she graduates this week, a bright future lies ahead.
Sophie May, 21, from Walsall, studied Sport and Exercise Science at the University, and despite finding out part-way through her course that she had been struggling for years with undiagnosed dyslexia, she didn’t let that stop her from making the most of her potential.
The students help write, edit and produce their own newspaper, First Take, and create a web site, First
THE city's graduates have been showing off their gowns and mortarboards for a week of graduation ceremonies.