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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…

11 March 2020

On top of university assignments, projects, part-time work, volunteering and hobbies you are told that you need to ‘network’ too. So what does that really mean? Read more…

3 March 2020

ARU's newest Employability & Careers Adviser, Khrieu, gives a flavour of the support that's on offer to our students, from CV surgeries to interview preparation, and much more... Read more…

18 February 2020

Ellie works full-time for a recruitment company, having initially joined them for a period of work experience. Here, Ellie discusses how that work experience helped her secure the role she has now. Read more…

1 February 2020

Storytelling is inextricably linked with power. A great illustration of this from the world of literature can be found in the tale of Scheherazade, the main narrator of A Thousand and One Arabian Nights, who has been sentenced to death by her husband, King Shahrya. Read more…

28 January 2020

As a careers adviser, students often share with me their anxieties about there not being enough graduate jobs, and doubts that a degree really will help their career – after all, ‘everybody has a degree’. I too have seen this in the media, but is it real? Or are these myths? Read more…

27 January 2020

Storytelling plays a fundamental role in the interpretation of reality. Stories, anecdotes and narratives shape our understanding of facts and events, triggering feelings ranging from sympathy and solidarity to hate. For these reasons, storytelling plays an essential role in radicalisation. Read more…

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