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13 October 2020

Looking back at the time I made the decision to study banking, I vividly remember the pressure of 'deciding what I want to do for the rest of my life'. No easy feat for anyone. So what was it about Banking and Finance that won me over? Read more…

17 June 2020

Beatriz Acevedo, Senior Lecturer in Sustainability, Economics and International Business, shares her top tips for taking part in online meetings at home. 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…

5 March 2020

It is hard for me to pick a favourite memory from university as I have truly enjoyed every single day in the last two years at ARU! However, when I think about something that has really marked my university experience, I have to mention the Business & Law Intern Award Ceremony in November 2018. Read more…

3 March 2020

I absolutely love my university course, and I’m so sad it’s about to come to an end, so I wanted to sum up some of my favourite parts of the past 4 years… 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…

17 August 2018

I joined ARU through Clearing, and I'm now in the second year of a Business Management degree in Cambridge. Here's my story. Read more…

10 October 2017

At one point in my life I had the opportunity to be a fresher myself. This are some of the tips I learned that are sure to help you have an enjoyable first year as well. Read more…

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