Hannah Bevington

Hannah Bevington ((6))

Hannah, a Childhood, Culture and Education student, has played an active role in the social sciences department, working as a Student Ambassador and featuring in promotional material for the school. She gives careers talks about the internships she has undertaken each year and also volunteers in the local community. Alongside her degree, she has set up the Doctor Who Society, completed the Advanced Personal Skills Award and won a Gateway Bursary. She has been accepted onto the Social Work Masters programme at the University and she intends to work in safeguarding vulnerable children.

What is your favourite place on campus and why?

My favourite place on campus is University Square, you’re surrounded by great facilities there - places to relax, meet friends and study, as well as it being really picturesque and scenic.

If you could re-do your time at the University is there anything you'd do differently?

I’ve really made the most out of my time here at Birmingham and I’ve taken advantage of the great opportunities the University has to offer, but if I was to do anything differently it would probably be to study abroad for a term in second year. Birmingham has great connections to some really amazing places and it would be cool to gain new experiences in a different country or culture.  

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