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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…

30 March 2020

As we self-isolate due to coronavirus, Viren Swami, Professor of Social Psychology at ARU, offers some tips for staying healthy and maintaining our well-being. Read more…

9 March 2020

Although I have a very positive experience working in games, the research done by UKIE suggests that currently 28% of the UK’s game industry work power is female, which I feel could go up. Read more…

5 March 2020

Studying English Literature in Cambridge has been the best experience and a fortunate stroke of serendipity for me. From studying Greek myths of Gods and Heroes in the first year to analysing Contemporary Fiction in the third year, the course offers a variety of core and optional modules. Read more…

5 March 2020

I’m in my second year of studying Computer Gaming Technology. My course is a wonderful blend of logic and creativity, which lends itself well to my strengths. Read more…

27 November 2019

As a Sport and Exercise Science student, my main sport is hockey, which I play at uni and for my home club. I also run in my spare time – and this year I'm stepping it up a bit, by taking part in the Cambridge Half Marathon 2020. Read more…

27 November 2019

Being a student paramedic can have an effect on your physical and emotional wellbeing. For me, physical activity has made a positive effect on my mental health as well as allowing me to feel capable to handle challenges that I face. Read more…

18 November 2019

If I could describe my time at time at ARU, I’d say it’s been a journey packed full of creativity and it’s been inspirational on all accounts. There’s so many different opportunities, and so much support available that I’ve really felt part of a community. Read more…

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