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22 April 2021

When I applied to ARU I didn’t know much about study skills support, I kind of knew it existed but I didn’t realise just how much help there is available, or how useful it would be to me. So, I thought I would dedicate a blog just to study skills and share my experience of it…. Read more…

24 March 2021

Biology was always the subject that resonated most with Emily at school, and for many years her heart was set on becoming a doctor. But would medicine be the right choice for her - or would a brand-new degree, Medical Science, prove to be the perfect fit? Read more…

3 June 2019

25% of adults and 10% of children suffer a mental health illness according to the National Health Service (NHS) and the mental health awareness week in the UK takes place in May. Personally, I never fully understood the definition of health as given by the World Health Organization (WHO), until now… Read more…

11 February 2019

At the end of my first trimester, we had a graduate of the MSc Public health programme speak to us about her project. It was shocking to see that most people in the class including myself fell short of having at least 30 minutes of exercise in a day. Read more…

4 February 2019

The other day at my part-time work, a colleague asked me: “Remind me, what do you study again?”. My response was, “Oh, Public Health”. There was a brief silence followed by another question: “What’s that? Like, what do you do with the degree?”. Read more…

4 February 2019

Placements are a big part of my child nursing course. So far, I would say that my favourite placement has been the Paediatric Accident and Emergency (A&E) department. Read more…

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