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Our students and graduates share their experiences. Where will your 'Writtle Story' take you?
Judit Aulinas Coll
Award-winning graduate Judit Aulinas Coll is now the equine physiotherapist for the Horseball Spanish team and recently presented her dissertations at an international symposium in Madrid.
Judit explains why she chose to study BSc (Hons) Equine Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation and MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy in the UK as an international student.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Rebecca Hands graduated in 2022 after completing undergraduate and masters degrees at Writtle University College. She is now studying veterinary medicine, to work towards her lifelong dream of becoming a vet.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Yasmin Mohammed Ali
Integrated Masters in Veterinary Physiotherapy student, Yasmin, talks taking the big step to move to Essex, finding her campus community and joining the Students' Union.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Emma-Jane graduated in 2019 with a degree in BSc (Hons) Animal Science. She worked at Department of Public Health Mid-West in Ireland and is now working towards a PhD in animal health economics.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Cara Jayne Ludik
Cara is an international student from South Africa. She is studying BSc (Hons) Animal Management (Zoo and Wildlife Conservation).Read 'My Writtle Story'
Louise Mogridge completed an Amenity Horticulture course at Writtle in 1995.
After running a gardening business in Devon for 20 years, she and her husband relocated to West Wales where she sells cut flowers and vegetables.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Rebecca Abraham completed a BSc (Hons) Canine Therapy and is now opening her own hydrotherapy centre.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Veterinary Physiotherapy student Adelaide Chinn reflects on her time at Writtle, including volunteering at our specialist animal unit and keeping her horse, Pebbles, at our equine campus.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Gary Alden is a Senior Associate at Townshend Landscape Architect, a studio based in Central London, with an established reputation for delivering high quality public realm schemes across a wide range of scales, both domestic and internationally.
Projects the practice has worked on include the public realm designs at King's Cross including Granary Square, Pancras Square and Lewis Cubitt Park.
Gary was awarded a first-class honours degree in a BSc (Hons) Landscape and Garden Design at Writtle in 2003.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Chris Newenham is Joint Managing Director of Wilkin & Sons Ltd. The company is famous for its 'Tiptree' brand which has produced preserves, marmalades and associated products since 1885.
Chris completed an HND Comm Hort at Writtle in 1992.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Marshal Papworth scholar, Patrick Phiri studies MSc Crop Production. Patrick explains why he chose Writtle University College and talks about his plan to save lives by using new technologies to produce sustainable, nutritious food for the African market.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Aimee Hill graduated in 2017 with BSc Animal Management (Companion and Zoo Animals). She's now a Carnivore Keeper and Animal Researcher at Woburn Safari Park.
Aimee has worked with Amur tigers, Canadian wolves, North American black bears and African lions. Her role includes carrying out welfare audits and research.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Emily Keeble explains how studying for a degree in agriculture opened her eyes to the wide range of careers within the sector.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Garden designer Sam Moore graduated in 2018. He worked for award-winning companies before founding Consilium Hortus, a organisation offering bespoke garden design solutions.
In 2022, he created The SunsLifestyle Outdoor Living Garden for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival.
Sam studied Level 2 and 3 Horticulture, before progressing onto BSc Landscape & Garden Design.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Charlotte (Lottie) Crowne-Spencer graduated in 2020 after studying BSc (Hons) Equine Behavioural Science. Lottie shares some of her memories of her time at Writtle.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Kaile-Louise Sherry progressed from a college course to a university course at Writtle University College.
She completed a BSc (Hons) Equine Performance and Business Management in 2019, and was named 'Student of the Year', in recognition of her exceptional commitment, organisational abilities and subject knowledge. Kaile now works within the events industry.Read 'My Writtle Story'
In 2021, Megan Webb completed her BSc (Hons) Horticulture at Writtle University College. She won The Chartered Institute of Horticulture's Aberconway Award in 2022. The annual prize recognises the best dissertation submitted by a student or horticulturist under the age of 30.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Dr Hannah Scott-Browne
Dr Hannah Scott-Browne loved Writtle so much she never left! After completing a BSc (Hons) Animal Management, she undertook a PhD in Agriculture (awarded by the University of Essex, but undertaken at Writtle) before returning as a lecturer.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Katrina Skybak Doyle
Katrina Skybak Doyle studied floristry at Writtle University College before opening her own company, Cloud Hill Flowers. She was named 'Wedding & Event Florist of the Year' at the British Florist Association Awards 2022.Read 'My Writtle Story'
In 2011, Marshal Papworth scholarship recipient Paul Opio completed a Masters degree at Writtle University College. He now works in Uganda, advising on regional livestock emergency and resilience programming.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Students' Union President and BSc (Hons) Horticulture graduate, Elliot Woollen, shares his story.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Marshal Papworth scholarship recipient Kamanda Godfrey studied MSc Horticulture (Crop Production) at Writtle University College. He is now employed by the Uganda government, in the Ministry of Agriculture.Read 'My Writtle Story'
Tell us about your Writtle experience
If you are a Writtle Alumni and would like to tell your 'My Writtle Story' - please get in touch.