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5 March 2020

Starting a degree can be intimidating, especially with so many books out there to choose from. You will get free access to some core texts online via the university once you’ve joined… Read more…

6 February 2020

As a postgraduate student, most of my class was made up of mature students who were returning to education after a long break. Many of them also work full-time and fit studies in around their job. I'd come straight from my bachelors degree so making friends felt a bit daunting. Read more…

26 November 2019

Before applying for a Masters degree at ARU, I was a little apprehensive as I did not know what it was going to entail and I had a few questions running through my head. But those worries soon melted away. Read more…

22 October 2019

As I was rapidly approaching 'the big 40', I reflected back on what it was I wanted to learn in order to meet my goal of being a Primary School Teacher. I investigated my options and a colleague suggested looking for a Primary Education Studies degree. Read more…

24 June 2019

If, like me, you choose to study Early Childhood Studies, there's a range of books and sources that are available to use for each module. They're on a reading list you can refer to at any time on Canvas, ARU's online learning portal… Read more…

14 May 2019

Budgeting can be daunting especially if it’s the first-time handling money. But it doesn’t have to be scary. It does take some effort and practise, but it eventually gets easier, not that I’m claiming to be an expert. See below my budgeting hints and tips that I hope you find useful. Read more…

11 March 2019

I am originally from London, so Cambridge is not far on the train. Even though commuting was an option, I felt that in order to get the full experience I wanted, living close to the campus was the best option for me. Read more…

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