Reflecting our multidisciplinary nature, our students go into a variety of different careers when they graduate.
Here some of these graduates share their individual experiences as students and explain how their studies have helped them professionally.
Following St Fagans Museum’s recent success in the 2019 Museum of the Year competition, we asked one of the principal curators about the reason for the success and the Museum’s links with Cardiff University.
Andy Holbrook (BSc 1999, MSc 2001) is Collections Care Manager at the Museum of London. He studied BSc Archaeological Conservation and MSc Conservation at the School of History, Archaeology and Religion.
While studying his undergraduate degree Alex Le May (BA 2012) interned at a financial PR firm. He is now Senior Director at a leading consultancy and took some time out of his day to share his University experience. The opportunity to combine Spanish with History was not available at many universities. Cardiff University not only
Sarah Potter is a conservator at the Manchester Museum and Whitworth Art Gallery.
Simon Stephens is Assistant Conservator of Engineering at the National Museums Scotland’s Museum of Flight.
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