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9 October 2020

At ARU, mental health is just as important as physical health. I have received excellent support from ARU during tough times and wanted to highlight some of the support services that are available to you as a student. Read more…

8 October 2020

When you’re preparing to start uni you will read books, watch various documentaries and listen to podcasts, immersing yourself in everything to do with your degree. So I decided it would be a good idea to share sources of motivation for a Crime and Investigative Studies student. Read more…

12 June 2020

Studying Crime and Investigative Studies is never boring. Due to how the course is designed, we have a very diverse programme with modules covering numerous aspects of the criminal justice system. However, every student has their own favorite subject. Here's mine... Read more…

21 February 2020

I applied for university five months after the UCAS deadline and so I felt it was a miracle that I got my place. But as it turns out, you've never missed your chance. Read more…

18 February 2020

As a second-year law student at ARU, I’ve had the opportunity to be a volunteer adviser at the University's Law Clinic in Cambridge. It’s been unforgettable and I want to share my experience. Read more…

17 January 2020

In one trimester, I’ve found that ARU is indeed the place for me. I don’t know how many times I’ve mentioned that I love my course but hey, let's say it again - I absolutely adore it. Read more…

26 November 2019

Studying hard is important, but so is time out. This blog is dedicated to my favourite leisure places in Cambridge - and the benefits of spending time with friends. Read more…

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