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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 June 2020

Postgraduate study is a significant step up and you'll want to make sure you enjoy it, as well as getting the educational benefits. Masters student Shannon has some tips on finding the course that's right for you. Read more…

12 June 2020

Shannon is studying for an education Masters at ARU, and graduating this summer. She reflects on her course and all the things she's achieved. Read more…

28 May 2020

As a Montessori nursery owner (open for key worker children) and Course Leader for the Early Childhood Studies course at Anglia Ruskin University, I spend much of my day listening to staff and their experiences educating and caring for key children in their settings… Read more…

4 May 2020

Our final-year Social Work students got together to make a video which says thanks to their tutors, and reflects on their experiences at university. Read more…

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…

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