When Laura Barrett and Jon Thrower realised they were both studying for degrees with the OU in Wales, a friendship, romance and study partnership began to blossom! Both are part of the OU Class of 2020.
You worked hard for your qualification. Now the OU’s Careers and Employability Services are here to help you make it work for you. For three years after you qualify, you’ll have access to all of our services, including one-to-one guidance, career learning and employer events. After that, you’ll still have access to a wide range of useful careers advice and resources on the OU Careers website.
Despite a difficult start in life, Carla Belkevitz from Clydebank didn’t give up and is now part of the OU Class of 2020 graduating class – gaining an OU Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Open Degree.
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From 14 – 18 September we’ll be celebrating the fantastic achievements of the OU Class of 2020! Make sure you visit the Class of 2020 website for all the latest infromation, video messages and stories.
From family tragedy to contracting COVID-19 before her final TMA, Michelle Laverty pushed through many challenges throughout her studies. She's now a proud Class of 2020 graduate from the OU in Northern Ireland.
Tell us how the OU has changed your life so far! What motivated you to start? What have you achieved that you never thought you would?