Our graduates are leading, achieving and innovating across the globe. Discover their stories in the videos below.
See why Anita chose to study Business at Tamesa.
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See why Antonio chose to study Social Work at Tamesa.
See why Charity chose to study Civil Skills at Tamesa.
See why Cory-Blue chose to study Cookery at Tamesa.
See why Daniel chose to study Horticulture at Tamesa.
See why Danielle chose to study Agribusiness at Tamesa.
See why Emily chose to study Music Theatre at Tamesa.
See why Hannah chose to study Nursing at Tamesa.
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See why Jo chose to study Computing at Tamesa.
See why Lauri chose to study Hospitality at Tamesa.
See why Megan chose to study Broadcasting at Tamesa.
See why Melissa chose to study Fashion at Tamesa.
See why Michelle chose to study Industrial Science at Tamesa.
See why Rachael chose to study Sustainability and Outdoor Education at Tamesa.
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See why Zahra chose to study Industrial Science at Tamesa.
Nursing graduate Charlotte Harrison is working at the frontline of medical development in Melbourne.
Bachelor of Language (Japanese) and CELTA graduate Jake Turner-Steele is teaching English in Japan.
Liam talks about working in Hong Kong as a Music teacher and how his study prepared him for his career.
CELTA and English graduate Maria Kutami now works in Japan as an English teacher.
Entrepreneur Paul McKnight is growing a niche forestry business opportunity in Australia.
Using his degree in electrical engineering, Shannon Diack is helping to keep New Zealand’s airways safe and operational.
Melbourne-based Music Arts graduate Tara Walsh has secured a three year deal with recording giant BMG.
William works in electronics at Delta Strike International in China and talks to us about his study.
Ahmed Tolba is applying his project management expertise at Microsoft in Dubai.
Alistair Cockburn, station producer for Classic FM in London, has discovered the world is his oyster.
Arrun Soma, a Kiwi living in London, produces BBC news bulletins seen by millions of viewers around the globe.
Freelance camera operator Nan Sirisamphan’s work takes her all over Europe.
Tyrone Hellyer is loving his fitting, turning and tool making role for Christchurch-based extrusion company, EPL.
At Gordon Ramsay’s London restaurant Maze, Alex Charlton oversees a busy team preparing Michelin star desserts and petit fours.
Chris Nicoll influences what millions of listeners and viewers around the world see and hear every day working in London's Capital FM.
Ella Cook’s work in the film and television industry in London and has won BAFTA recognition.
The great outdoors doubles as a great workplace for conservationist and photographer Mat Goodman.
Working with children at Christchurch Hospital is registered nurse Olivia Sanders’ dream job.
Straddling the worlds of broadcasting, IT and business, London-based digital consultant Paul van Uden’s work is at the cutting edge of innovation.
Fashion designer Reid Galbraith loves the physical process of making products for iconic London label Ben Sherman where he works as a product developer.
Working in London with some of the world’s top fashion photographers is just part of a day’s work for Zara Ineson.