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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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25 November 2019

As an lecturer and a researcher, I'm passionate about transferring my knowledge and training the engineers and scientists of the future. Read more…

25 November 2019

As an engineer I've designed, developed and manufactured products for industry, and I'm keen to teach our students about the latest technology available for the international market. Read more…

25 November 2019

Having originally studied electronics, I decided that the built environment - and civil engineering in particular - were the best fit for me. Now I teach the engineers of the future. Read more…

22 November 2019

Chelmsford was once described by Charles Dickens as 'the dullest and most stupid spot on the face of the Earth'. Thankfully, it’s come a long way since 1835 and the small riverside city is now teeming with things to do! Read more…

4 November 2019

As a psychology and criminology student, my typical day might look very different from what you would expect. Although a lot of it is study time, there are also a few perks to finally being in third year. Read more…

11 September 2019

So, you’ve gotten through A-levels, made it past results day and you're off to university. The thing on most people’s mind is meeting new people and getting along with them. Here’s a few ways to make it easier. Read more…

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