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3 December 2019

Part-time work is likely to be something most students think about, whether it's to earn money or gain experience (or both). At ARU we have the help of the Employment Bureau, which has helped me find part-time work that fits my schedule. Read more…

2 December 2019

The weather has gotten a little colder and wetter (sigh), but the festive season has arrived (yay). I do love the Christmas period. I’m one of the early birds and have been playing Christmas classics in the house and shower since November! Read more…

25 November 2019

Every student has moments during their time at university where they doubt themselves or find things a little difficult. It's important to remember that you're not alone. Read more…

22 November 2019

As I approach the first placement of my third year (I know, it is as petrifying as it seems!) I look back to my first placement. What do I wish I'd known beforehand? Here are my hints and tips. Read more…

11 October 2019

Many people ask me and my fellow students why we chose nursing. When I have asked other people, I’ve heard many responses including ‘I wasn’t clever enough to get into medicine’… Read more…

2 September 2019

We hear in the media about how ‘breast is best’ and of course as a health care professional I need to give women and their families evidence-based information to enable them to make an informed choice about how to feed their babies. Read more…

23 July 2019

So I knew starting university to study midwifery wasn't going to be easy. There were going to be some challenges ahead, but I have picked up some mega-helpful things to enable me to thrive. Here they are... Read more…

23 July 2019

I can’t deny that re-entering education as a fully functioning adult was a daunting idea initially, but my very positive experience of university life at ARU has been strongly enhanced by having the opportunity to represent both my faculty and the university as a student ambassador. Read more…

23 July 2019

In order to learn how to become a paediatric nurse, I have had to do a lot of reading so that I have the knowledge to assess and treat children aged 0-16, as well as support them and their families. Read more…

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