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25 February 2021

As the last 18 months have flown by, and I’m now looking ahead to completing my final two trimesters at ARU by August, I wanted to take a brief reflection back and then look ahead to what is next. Read more…

23 February 2021

During the first trimester at ARU this year, BA Social Work students studied the module Social Work in Society, the module looks at poverty and the causes for it. Around that same time, during the midst of the pandemic, food poverty came into focus in the media… Read more…

9 February 2021

Given the year it has been with the Covid-19 pandemic, I thought it was time to write a blog on how its going during trimester two in lockdown. For context I am sharing with you my own circumstances, my husband and I live with our four children in Essex… Read more…

4 January 2021

So, you’ve worked hard to get the results you need to meet the requirements for the Social Work degree, you’ve smashed out an awesome personal statement and made it to interview for the Social work degree at ARU, what should you expect? how do you prepare? What will the interview be like… Read more…

8 July 2020

If you're studying for our Accelerated Primary Education Studies degree, volunteering in a primary school is an ideal way to practice your new skills. Course leader John Parkin offers his advice for finding volunteer work. Read more…

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