Manchester Metropolitan University
September 2016 – April 2019
Computer Science (G401) BSc: Current
First Year Results (79%)
Computer Systems Fundamentals: 72%
Information Systems: 68%
Introduction to Web Design and Development: 82%
The Union / Societies Roles (3)
Socities Council Academic Rep
This role involves taking care of all academic societies at the Union, if they have any issues or queries, as well as deciding on grant applications and society requests (if they apply with restrictions by charities, are not dangerous, use the grant money wisely), then sending over the paperwork over for approval.
With this role, I am in charge of our public and student appearance, liaising with both companies such as Aardvark Swift and also Academics to help host or run/create events, then informing students of such events and what else to be aware of.
As the organiser of the Photography Society, it is my duty to handle any and all paperwork needed to run our events, any health and safety forms needed, or applications for funding. Not only this, but I also am in charge of planning events to run and liaising with connections, running weekly socials, trips or workshops for our members.
Humanity Hallows (Freelance Work for the Official Student Magazine)
I was contacted by a member of the Outreach and Enrichment Team in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities to run a few hour-long introductory workshop sessions, all workshop presentations were made and lead by myself (included in the remuneration).
Other Roles (2)
For the first week of University in "Freshers Week", I took a group from my department and ran a variety of activities, being a tour around the campus, and presenting the workshop presentations on my LinkedIn.
2nd Year Computer Science Rep
This role requires me to gather opinions, issues and suggestions from my peers (studying Computer Science in their second year), then have meetings with the staff on what they are, how they can be fixed, and if the issues still exist (or have created new problems).
Extra-Curricular Award (7 @ 50hrs)
"Intro to Android Programming": 10 hours
"C++ Programming: Intro": 9 hours
"Building 3D Models": 3 hours
"Web Mapping: Intro": 3 hours
"Internet of Things: Building Smart Environments": 10 hours
"MATLAB® for Scientists & Engineers / Research": 10 hours
"Intro to Node-Red": 5 hours
Pendleton Sixth Form Centre (Edexcel)
October 2014 – June 2016
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT Software Development (QCF): D*D*D*
First Language English (Cambridge): C
Southport College (Edexcel)
September 2013 – June 2014
BTEC ICT Level 2 Diploma: Distinction*
Pontville School (GCSEs)
September 2008 – July 2013
ICT Level 2 (OCR): Pass
Mathematics’ A (OCR): B
Art & Design: (OCR): C
Photography (OCR): C
Home Economics (WJEC): D