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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…

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…

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…

9 April 2018

I’ll be honest, finding a placement was not easy! I did around 40 applications, had 5 assessment centres and countless video/telephone interviews, not forgetting the online tests. But it was 100% worth it. 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…

22 June 2017

One of the highlights of studying Tourism Management at ARU is the opportunity to take part in major events. I recently travelled to Cardiff to work at the Champions League Final. It was an awesome experience. 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…

4 November 2016

Something everyone associates with third year is a dissertation, it is the largest study you will have to complete throughout university and can be on a topic of personal choice as long as your supervisor agrees. Read more…

2 May 2016

In my second semester of first year, I transferred from the smaller Peter Taylor building to the main block. I shared my kitchen with some great students from Brazil, who were on a year-long exchange and I still keep in contact with them now. Read more…

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