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Faculty:Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care

Course: BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science

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Hi, I am Kathryn, a 2nd year Healthcare Science student specialising in cardiology. I study at the Cambridge campus as it's a nice easy commute from home. Commuting has been great as it has allowed me to save money and keep a good work/life balance.

I have enjoyed my course so far, particularly spending time in theatre seeing the heart in action. The best part of my ARU experience so far has been the opportunity to see open chest surgery on my placement! I also enjoy working alongside ARU staff in my role as FMS faculty rep as it allows me to help to improve the student experience for those in my faculty. Besides studying, I can often be found travelling the world, I already have 13 countries under my belt!

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19 June 2017

Whoever said that university was easier than A-Levels is certainly correct. You get to focus on one subject rather than stressing out whether you’ve managed your time equally between each subject (sorry Chemistry A-Level, I liked French better). Read more…


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