A Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader at the University of Sunderland in London is leading a team of consultants working with the government of Uganda on their social care system. Dr Patrick Igulot, an expert in the industry and head of the University’s health and social care courses, is running the ‘Developing the Operational Framework for Social Care and Support System for Uganda.’
We are excited to announce that the curriculum of our MSc Public Health course has been awarded accreditation by the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation (APHEA). The University of Sunderland in London’s Madhini Sivasubramanian, tells us more.
There are few more common questions in a job interview than ‘tell me about yourself’. Although it might sound easy, who knows you better than you after all, what you say can set the tone for the rest of the conversation.
The annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) took place this month in their Kensington offices, London. Our lecturer in Events and Entertainment, Fotios Vasileiou took part in the event, presenting his research on ‘emotional geography in higher education’.
University students write assignments. It’s one of the things most people know to expect when they apply to study. But despite that knowledge, it can be a big jump to go from whatever you were doing before, whether that’s school, working for thirty years or raising a family, straight into writing 1,
Numeracy is essential in almost any workplace. Whether you consider yourself a maths wiz or the idea of a spreadsheet gives you a cold sweat, you can learn the skills you'll need to make yourself a top candidate for your dream job.
As a student, there are many things you need to think about when it comes to your wellbeing. Poor health impacts your ability to study and enjoy your time at the University of Sunderland in London. This week, the Health and Wellbeing team are talking about an area that affects over 10 million people
For over 40 years the countries represented by the United Nations have been celebrating World Tourism Day on this date. Aimed at marking the impact of the industry on everything from the economy to culture, it’s an opportunity for all of us to talk about the sites and attractions we love.
The University of Sunderland in London is delighted to be expanding our community of dedicated students and staff. As previously announced, we’ve grown our campus to include Harbour Exchange building 4, just across the road from our main Marsh Wall location.