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22 October 2020

If you are studying Zoology or any other animal-related subject, I am sure you are already aware that experience is an essential aspect to your future job applications. A great way to gain skills and knowledge to show your future employer how dedicated you are is to volunteer. Read more…

13 October 2020

The facilities at ARU are faultless; they allow each student to flourish in their own way. As a zoologist, I spend a large majority of my time in the Science Centre, but let me introduce you to other facilities on the Cambridge campus too... Read more…

5 August 2020

It is safe to say that digital learning took universities, lecturers and students across the UK by storm. Luckily, ARU has plenty of online resources available, such as the online library, lecture notes and videos on canvas. This, as well as the no detriment policy… Read more…

29 June 2020

Our BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour course has a focus on observing animals in the natural habitats - whether that's in Essex or Africa. Here, final-year student Miranda shares her experiences of field trips. Read more…

6 November 2017

Working in any park is hard work and my placement at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park has been no different. It is a lot of physical work and a standard has to be maintained. Saying this, it's an amazing and enjoyable experience. Read more…

12 May 2017

Guest blogger Kerry is studying Animal Behaviour in Cambridge. This year, she's hoping to join an expedition to Guyana - and take a step into the international conservation zone that she aims to work in after graduating. Read more…

16 April 2015

Hello all, sorry it’s been a while since I blogged but I have been busy with my dissertation and completely forgot that life even existed. Read more…

8 December 2014

As a final-year student student studying BSc (Hons) Marine Biology with Conservation and Biodiversity, I can safely say that there are some fantastic experiences out there. As part of our course we undertake many field trips. Read more…

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