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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…

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…

24 July 2019

The word accommodation does look scary at first, and even more when you are alone in a foreign country, as I was. First thing that came to my mind after receiving the letter of acceptance was “where I am going to live?” Read more…

16 July 2019

I'm a full-time undergraduate student and the first thing I thought when I had my place confirmed at ARU was: ”how am I going to pay my tuition fees?” 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…

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…

20 August 2017

When you move into your student accommodation you might come to consider it as a second home. Considering this, you might want to jazz it up a bit to suit your style. Read more…

10 July 2017

2015 was an exciting year for me. I started university and moved to a new country (the perfect mixture of terrifying and exciting you need in your life, right?). Read more…

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