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I've been so privileged to work alongside such passionate mentors in practice and such amazing role models at university, and it's with the help of these amazing teachers that I've come so far
- Sophie, BSc (Hons) Midwifery  
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2 January 2019

When I knew that I was accepted into ARU in September 2017 I was over the moon. All the hard work over the previous years had finally paid off. Although I was extremely proud of becoming an ARU student, I was still very nervous. I was scared of the unknown… Read more…

8 May 2018

Choosing a university to go to can be quite an ordeal for some people; I know it was for me. Completing my A levels I was quite a shy, reserved person, and honestly, I wasn’t even sure at this point if university was for me. I was so unsure of myself - never mind what university to go to! Read more…

29 March 2018

Writing an essay can feel like quite a difficult task… but fear not. Sometimes it’s just about having a few useful tips up your sleeve and a bit of practice (and I’m pretty sure you’ll have plenty of opportunity to practice). Helga Hejny, Lecturer in Law… Read more…

21 August 2017

When you start your course, you will very quickly learn that whenever you read something in a textbook / on a website / in a journal article, it would be beneficial for you to make a note of anything you think you may use in the future. Now this sounds like an impossible task, I know. However… Read more…

21 August 2017

Throughout the duration of your time at ARU, you may find yourself in a position where you need to work alongside others for a task. This could be in class as you participate in discussion, during an observation or as part of an assessment. Read more…

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