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11 May 2021

On this International Nurses Day 21 we are celebrating all our incredible graduate and nurse apprentices, especially after such a difficult year. The 12 May coincides with Florence Nightingale’s birthday who established the first professional nursing school… Read more…

19 March 2021

I was very excited about starting my degree because becoming a nurse has always felt like something I was destined to do. With it being such a huge part of my dream, it’s probably fair to say I had a bit of a 'fairy-tale' vision for it. How has that matched up to reality? Read more…

18 March 2021

Lauren Davies from Peterborough City Hospital was one of our first ARU graduates from the award-winning Nursing Apprenticeship Pathway. She was also nominated for Children’s Nurse of the Year in the Student Nursing Times Awards… Read more…

22 February 2021

I entered my Mental Health Nursing degree with little to no experience in the field, and I had no idea what to expect. On top of that, a pandemic hit and COVID-19 meant my first-year of university would be a very different experience to those who went before me... Read more…

20 November 2020

While studying for my Child Nursing degree I spent eight weeks on a placement at a children’s hospice. I wanted to share my experience with future nursing students so you know what to expect as you move through different parts of your nursing journey. Read more…

9 November 2020

It has always been apparent to me that I want to pursue a career that enables me to make a positive impact on someone else’s life. Before applying to university, I knew that I wanted to be a nurse. However, I had a tough decision to make as to which branch of nursing to choose. Read more…

9 October 2020

Midwifery student Freya talks about starting her degree at ARU during COVID-19, and her thoughts and feelings after her first week as a university student. Read more…

25 September 2020

Nursing is the best career - yes I’m extremely biased, but it is! It's vital that you make time for yourself and take care of yourself, though. Here are some ways you can do that. Read more…

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