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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…

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…

17 December 2018

Before I started University I was unsure on what I wanted to do. I knew that I loved working with children but I was not sure what sector of Education would best suit me, or the age range I would like to work with… Read more…

8 March 2018

Being a proactive student means doing things out of your comfort zone, going beyond the ordinary, and really putting yourself out there with every opportunity worthwhile and meaningful to yourself during your time at university. This is all simply through experience! Read more…

8 March 2018

Social policy is a course which opens doors to a wide variety of sectors. This could include career pathways such as third sector (charity) organisations, teacher, housing adviser, social worker, youth worker, probation officer, working for the NHS, or being a community advocate. Read more…

18 January 2018

Hannah studied BA (Hons) Social Work and graduated in 2017. She's now working as a social worker for Essex County Council: read about her experiences. Read more…

4 May 2017

I love being at Anglia Ruskin and learning all about early childhood, alongside being course rep and a digital ambassador. But I think it is important to embrace other interests outside of university too, and for me, this is writing. Read more…

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