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15 October 2021

Having studied Sport and Exercise Therapy at ARU for two years, I have been able to enjoy it both before COVID and throughout. To help you get an idea of what it might be like when you come to ARU, I’ve listed my top three memories. Read more…

15 July 2021

A couple of years ago, I was unsure of where I wanted my degree to take me… this was until my third year as undergraduate, where I chose Consumer Psychology as one of my modules. Read more…

6 August 2020

As a third year psychology student, it is time for me to think about where my degree will take me and what I have to do to get to this next step… Read more…

30 March 2020

As we self-isolate due to coronavirus, Viren Swami, Professor of Social Psychology at ARU, offers some tips for staying healthy and maintaining our well-being. Read more…

27 November 2019

As a Sport and Exercise Science student, my main sport is hockey, which I play at uni and for my home club. I also run in my spare time – and this year I'm stepping it up a bit, by taking part in the Cambridge Half Marathon 2020. Read more…

26 November 2019

I might not be the biggest supporter of Christmas decorations in November, but I have to admit watching the lights being switched on really brightens my mood. Here are my favourite places to see some sparkle in Cambridge. Read more…

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