ARU Blogs — Nina Heidelmann

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Faculty:Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care

Course: BSc Nutrition

Hello, or even better: Guten Tag! My name is Nina; I am 21 years old and a second year student of Bsc (Hons) Nutrition at Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford. Some of you may have guessed it by the Guten Tag, I am German and have been living in the UK since August 2013. The little time I am not spending working or studying, I am spending with my friends, visiting friends and family back in Germany, reading and especially baking and cooking. I am known to talk about food at the most random points and it is always on my mind. In my opinion, treats are fine so all my baked goods are either eaten myself or brought to friends to fatten them up a little bit! To work off the extra calories, I go on long bike rides all around Chelmsford as there are loads of lovely fields and bike ways around.

In these blogs I want to give you an insight into the Nutrition course but also uni life in general and making decisions such as studying abroad, living locally but not in the Student Village, juggling a three day part-time job and studying and a little bit of information on Chelmsford. Hopefully this will enable to make your decision of picking the Nutrition course easier and give you an actual student telling you about the course.

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12 September 2017

As part of my course I have to complete a set amount of volunteering hours. However, I've enjoyed it so much that I now volunteer every week at Sanctus Homeless Café in Chelmsford. Read more…

10 April 2017

Hey guys, welcome back to my blog. Last time I told you how I picked ARU Chelmsford; now you can find out the details about why I came to Chelmsford and why I am studying here instead of going back to Germany (where university is mostly free). So, lets start story time! Read more…

29 November 2016

Today I want to talk about procrastination (we all do this…I should be writing assignments right now!) but it is so much trouble. Especially in first year, when you are used to the speed and guidance of school or even took time off like me… Read more…


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