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Our bloggers are studying a range of courses, from optometry to computer science, and studying in Cambridge and Chelmsford. Follow them from Freshers' Week through to graduation.

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4 March 2020

For any third year, the future can be a scary concept. You have that feeling as you head into your final semester or trimester that now you need to plan out the rest of your life. 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…

29 January 2018

Your student years will be the perfect time to do something amazing for yourself and others. There're a lot of people who might need your help. If you're unsure about where to volunteer and what to do, our Students' Union can help. 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…

5 February 2015

An amazing place is not necessarily behind a professor’s old wardrobe… I found one just down in London! More stimulating than a tiger in the boat, and more empirical than a Vienna Circle meeting… Read more…

8 December 2014

Depressing! No, not returning for the fourth year of my part-time course, as I’m actually quite excited about that. More the weather that has accompanied my trips to ARU from Norwich each week since the term began. Every Monday morning I’ve pulled back the curtain to heavy cloud and persistent rain… Read more…

28 November 2014

I had a blog before. It was a photo blog about Iceland, when I spent a year there as a full-time volunteer. Great pictures taken by my little camera, but the blog’s language is a bit too Hungarian for you, probably (shame, as I even translated an Icelandic children’s verse there). Read more…

27 February 2014

As I type now I have just come back from the library (honest) where I have finally started studying for this semester. After much debate whether or not it’s morally right to start on a weekend or wait till ‘fresh start Monday’… Read more…

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