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- Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:07 pm
- Forum: Careers advice
- Topic: Unconventional backstory - Would greatly appreciate advice!
- Replies: 10
- Views: 5206
Just happened to stumble on this post and felt the need to respond! I have just been offered a place for 2013, but originally studied at music college and worked as a classical musician for about 10 years. I've definitely been able to draw on that experience in in my work and in interviews with clin...
- Sat Jul 23, 2011 9:56 pm
- Forum: Psychology degrees, conversions and postgrad qualifications
- Topic: Where did you do your Psychology degree?
- Replies: 72
- Views: 30249
Hi Tilly Just spotted your thread while having a quick browse! I just wanted to say that I did my degree with the OU and ended up getting a place on the MSc (CYP) in Edinburgh, and I now have a job as a Clinical Associate Psychologist. Although there are obvious disadvantages with distance learning,...
- Sat Oct 17, 2009 12:04 pm
- Forum: Interviews
- Topic: Interview for MSc Children and Young People, Edinburgh
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1376
I have just found out I have an interview for this course and wondered if anyone is currently on the course or has done it, and could offer me any advice on key areas to think about. Also any info on the course itself would also be welcome.
Well it seems there are certainly plenty of us around! Would def be great to hear how everyone gets on and thanks for the further encouragement, astra, especially from one who is also juggling small children. I'm with you, CurlyHair on the life experience...it's got to count for something! By the wa...
I too am finding this very encouraging to read. I am 36 and currently struggling to get an AP post, having got my 2:1 from the OU in 2005 and with two littlies at home (5 and 3)! Have had quite a few interviews over the past year and a half with positive feedback, but there's always someone with mor...