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18 November 2019

‘You're starting university in January?’ I was bombarded with that question a lot before I came to ARU. Starting in January may seem unusual. However, for me it was the perfect option. 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…

20 February 2018

After achieving my first degree in Business and Finance with Anglia Ruskin, I was encouraged by the International Office (as I worked with them part-time) to continue on to my Masters degree. Read more…

6 September 2017

I’m not sure how many other degrees give you an opportunity to learn about so many different topics; from accounting and finance, to HR and economics. The business degree really does give you a taste of everything. 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…

3 May 2016

I’d like to start my series of blogs with the Intern Programme. The LAIBS (Lord Ashcroft International Business School) Intern Programme is possibly one of the best activities you could invest your time in… 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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