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17 August 2018

I had eight modules during my first year of undergraduate study. Some were very easy flowing whereas some saw me drinking tea late at night whilst I sat down and tried to get my head around the topic. I put a lot of thought into this topic and really questioned myself, do I have a favourite module? Read more…

3 August 2018

Two years ago, when I was about to start university, I wondered to myself what sort of books we as engineering students would be required to read. I used to dislike huge big books and was always scared that maybe I too would have to read them one day as for me big books = boring! However… Read more…

28 June 2018

My second year has been a really great experience. I’ve learnt so much and my favourite module this year has most definitely been, “Design Technology in Civil Engineering”. In this module we were asked to design and build a bridge as a team. Read more…

28 June 2018

Students have the opportunity to experience a week-long construction experience. You'll gain real life, hands on experience of drawing interpretation, project management, concrete pouring, steel frame erection and formwork fabrication… Read more…

28 June 2018

Whilst growing up my parents owned a hardware store and so my childhood was mostly about construction. Every summer, I used to help my parents in the store and I was really impressed by their knowledge. Read more…

14 March 2018

The Employability Service at ARU has been has been the go-to place for guidance and advice, not only for when graduating but also throughout my course. Read more…

20 April 2015

It’s been a while since the last blog, but things have been crazy. My responsibilities at work have increased, so I’ve been working longer, and it’s harder to find the time to study. It’s great to get involved in big projects, and to feel like an important part of the team. Read more…

12 January 2015

OK, so Christmas has been and gone (in the blink of an eye!) and that can only mean one thing. Exams. Read more…

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