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20 June 2019

Being a student isn’t easy and, on top of that, if you are living alone it could be a challenge. If you are rich and you don’t even know what to do with your money, you won’t need any of these tips. However, if you clicked on this post, you are in need of money… Read more…

4 June 2019

Once you kick off studying and working with the Business and Law faculty, you become part of a big family which takes care of your wellbeing as well as your development. I lived this in person: I was part of the intern programme and when that finished… Read more…

20 March 2019

My name is Liz and I am an international MBA student here at ARU. I started last September, and I am enjoying my time here. Not only because of the academic challenge of pursuing a Masters degree in a second language, but also because Cambridge itself is a vibrant community. Specifically, societies! Read more…

19 November 2018

Third-year student Cliona is studying law at ARU and blogging about some of the subjects her course covers. In this blog, the focus is on cohabiting couples and their legal rights. Read more…

24 August 2018

As a second year Tourism Management student I have been trying to gain the most possible through my studies. But engaging in - and winning - the University Business Challenge has given me more than I could have ever imagined... Read more…

18 August 2018

Starting at university is one of the most exciting times of your life. There’s so much going on, so many new people and it can sometimes be a little overwhelming. So here’s a list of things I would recommend doing when you join ARU. Read more…

16 April 2018

Choosing to commute and live at home were the largest factors in why I decided to transfer universities after one year. I felt great being in an environment that I some-what knew. And while I didn't know a lot about ARU, I was relieved to find a university relatively close to home. Read more…

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