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18 May 2022

My name’s Amy, I studied Sociology as an undergraduate and I am also a current student studying MSc International Social Welfare and Social Policy at ARU. Sociology is a hugely broad subject – you can research anything from class and gender, to crime, globalisation and much more… Read more…

6 May 2022

When you join your course and start your modules, you’ll get a full reading list that will include journals, essays and textbooks, so don’t jump the gun and wait until you start to make the most of your finances and the awesome library here. In the meantime, to quench your thirst for knowledge… Read more…

6 May 2022

I studied my BA and then my MA at ARU and so there are many resources that helped inform my writing and individual style. You will get a specific reading list as part of your course when you start your modules, but this isn’t about that… Read more…

12 April 2022

Choosing to study a master’s degree is a big commitment. There are many factors that go into this decision, and one of those is money. For me, money was one of my biggest concerns when going into postgraduate study, however being able to have a scholarship really helped ease some concerns. Read more…

31 March 2022

Summer has been long, longer than usual with COVID-19 shutting down businesses, social contact, and any plans I had. In fact I had so much more spare time on my hands I decided to get busy, and make some moves to better my career. Read more…

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