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20 November 2020

Welcome to our Peterborough campus, the baby of the bunch. If you didn’t know about our Peterborough campus, it's home to a lot of our healthcare courses at the moment - although we are opening ARU Peterborough in 2022 which will offer an even wider range of courses. Read more…

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12 October 2020

The global coronavirus pandemic is still giving us a hard time, and it's important to be able to adapt to every situation - even the ones we never thought we would be living in. I would have never imagined studying a whole semester online, but I am - and here are my top tips. Read more…

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20 January 2021

2020 was certainly a year we’ll never forget, and the early part of 2021 looks like it will bring further challenges. However, the New Year is an opportunity to make positive changes and perhaps the pandemic gives even more reason to review our plans and set some goals for the coming year. Read more…

4 January 2021

So, you’ve worked hard to get the results you need to meet the requirements for the Social Work degree, you’ve smashed out an awesome personal statement and made it to interview for the Social work degree at ARU, what should you expect? how do you prepare? What will the interview be like… Read more…

10 December 2020

Dealing with change and uncertainty can often bring out the best in us. In this blog we look at how ARU students have risen to the challenge of a trimester like no other… Read more…

9 December 2020

If you told me this time last year, I was going to be studying my final year of university during a global pandemic, I wouldn’t have believed you. However, here we all are carrying on with our lives... Read more…

2 December 2020

Before starting at ARU in Cambridge I was a Teacher of the Deaf, and I wanted to extend my knowledge and skills to learn about other disabilities. When I found my current role, as a Disability Adviser, I was very interested, and I’ve been able to learn a lot during my time here. Read more…

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