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Jennifer Shields

SJR Class of 2014
Studied at SJR
Chemistry
Maths
Psychology
Religious Studies
Where after
Liverpool John Moores University
Architecture
After finishing at St Edmund Arrowsmith in 2012, Jennifer enrolled onto an A level programme at SJR. Jennifer completed A Levels in Chemistry, Maths, Psychology, Religious Studies and an AS in Photography. She also completed the extended project qualification to broaden her academic CV. On completion of her A levels Jennifer went on to study Architecture at Liverpool John Moores University (2014-2017) and graduated with a B.A(Hons) Architecture degree at 2:1 classification. During her studies at university she completed a Erasmus Study Abroad placement and promoted this opportunity to study abroad through this scheme to current SJR students at an Open Evening. Jennifer worked as a Part 1 Architectural Assistant at a Manchester based firm for 18 months before returning to university to study for a masters degree. She studied at the University of Central Lancashire (2019-2021) achieving a March degree (Masters of Architecture) and was awarded a Masters with Merit. Since September 2021 she has gained employment as a Part 2 Architectural Assistant at AEW Architects in Manchester which she is thoroughly enjoying and plans to complete her Part 3 qualification which would allow her to become an architect.
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