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Helping students realise their full potential and optimise their employability

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Our students are provided with tools and opportunities that promote creativity, digital literacy, social responsibility, and entrepreneurship – enabling them to reach their full potential, optimise their employability and develop the distinctive attributes of a Manchester graduate. 

Jackie Carter, Professor of Statistical Literacy and Academic Lead for EDI Disability, is recognised as one of the UK’s leading female data science professionals for developing the Q-step programme, which combines partnerships with charity and public sector institutions to support participants in gaining data-driven and research-led living wage work placements.

A National Teaching Fellow, Jackie talks about her passion for helping young people break down barriers and realise their potential.  

Our campaign, Manchester Minds, showcases the people making a difference to our teaching and helping students to realise their full potential.  

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