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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…

21 August 2017

When you start your course, you will very quickly learn that whenever you read something in a textbook / on a website / in a journal article, it would be beneficial for you to make a note of anything you think you may use in the future. Now this sounds like an impossible task, I know. However… Read more…

21 August 2017

Throughout the duration of your time at ARU, you may find yourself in a position where you need to work alongside others for a task. This could be in class as you participate in discussion, during an observation or as part of an assessment. Read more…

29 June 2017

Having studied social policy for two years, I know that it’s a broad course which is not fixed on one topic. There are always new or different ideas and discussions. Read more…

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