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12 March 2021

We have all been affected by COVID-19, whether that be physically, socially, mentally, or even through employability. The hospitality industry, especially the events sector has been massively affected. How would this affect me as someone hoping to work in live events? Read more…

25 February 2021

Knowing exactly what path you are going to take is hard. When I first started my degree in Business Management, I was not sure what the future would hold for me. But that's changed thanks to ARU. Read more…

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…

26 November 2019

You’ve spent hours perfecting your CV, practising your interview technique and now you’ve secured your placement, congratulations! Feeling nervous? No need. Here's how I prepared. Read more…

5 March 2018

Dr Egle Dagilyte is Senior Lecturer in Law with Anglia Law School and Faculty Director of Learning, Teaching and Assessment for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. We asked her a few questions about what drove her to succeed in these roles, and what advice she can give to students. Read more…

1 February 2017

Hello, I’m Dawn, a third year Accounting and Finance student in Chelmsford (and Lord Ashcroft International Business School Senior Intern 2017). It feels strange writing this blog and trying to think back to early last year where I was just about to start the second semester of second year… Read more…

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