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8 February 2021

Studying a degree at university is hard, especially if it's Law! It takes commitment and hard work. From all-nighters if you are a night owl, or early mornings if you are an early bird, to long hours of research, studying, note-making, reading, million cups of coffee and willpower. Read more…

4 May 2020

Ever wondered what it’s like to study a business degree? Well, I'm in my third year of studying Business and Human Resource Management and I wanted to write about the various elements I’ve enjoyed during my time at ARU. Read more…

13 February 2020

Applicant days are a chance to ‘try out’ your chosen course, meet potential course mates and see parts of the university you may not have seen when you visited previously. Here's how you can make the most of them. Read more…

22 October 2019

Did you know that you can start a course at ARU in January? This is how I began my ARU journey and I am so glad that I did it; it's been so easy to fit right in. Read more…

20 June 2019

One of the challenges of being a student can be budgeting: how much money do I have, and how can I spend it best? These tips will help those students (like me!) who are learning about money management, and living independently. 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…

29 March 2018

Writing an essay can feel like quite a difficult task… but fear not. Sometimes it’s just about having a few useful tips up your sleeve and a bit of practice (and I’m pretty sure you’ll have plenty of opportunity to practice). Helga Hejny, Lecturer in Law… Read more…

30 August 2017

Since starting uni, I've managed to experience several societies. They are over 120 societies across three campuses - from the Tea and Hot Chocolate Society, to the Anime and Gaming Society. Read more…

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