UCL Psychology and Language Sciences


MSc SLS Graduate Career Biographies

Once qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist there are a wide range of areas that you can work and specialise in. Here are examples of what some of our graduates are doing now.
Lucy Hughes

Lucy Hughes, Speech and Language Therapist and Student Researcher

I qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist in 2007, having previously worked as a journalist and TV Producer. I chose to make this career change because it gave me a sense of vocation, which has stayed with me throughout my journey as an SLT so far. Read More

Vicky Croft

Victoria Crofts, Speech and Language Therapist

After completing the MSc at UCL, I was thrilled to get my first job out in South West Essex working with a kind, knowledgeable and supportive paediatric team. I enjoyed my role working in health centres and schools as it offered lots of learning opportunities as a new Band 5, Read more...

Matthew Mills

Matthew Mills, Speech and Language Therapist

Originally trained as a professional actor and musician, I graduated with distinction from UCL’s MSc SLS programme in 2009 and am now Consultant Specialist Speech and Language Therapist at the London Gender Identity Clinic. Read More

Abi Camps

Abi Camps, Speech and Language Therapist

I was inspired to do the MSc course whilst working as an administrator for an Adult Acute Speech & Language Therapy (SLT) team after my undergraduate degree.  I would be inputting data and organising appointments at the computer and couldn’t help but prick up my ears, as my colleagues discussed different types of stroke and how they affected patients’ language Read More

Amy Menegaz

Amy Menegaz, Speech and Language Therapist

What made me want to be a Speech and Language Therapist? I wanted to do something practical with my interest in language.  Studying Speech and Language Sciences at UCL helped me to expand upon that knowledge, and apply it in a way that is beneficial to others. Read More

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Emma Cowpe, Speech and Language Therapist

I graduated from the UCL MSc Speech and Language Sciences course in 2012.  My first degree was in Philosophy and I had been working in Health and Social Care, primarily with children with Learning Disabilities and Autism, for a number of years before applying to UCL.  I loved the variety offered by my adult placements Read More