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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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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…

29 June 2017

Having studied social policy for two years, I know that it’s a broad course which is not fixed on one topic. There are always new or different ideas and discussions. Read more…

29 June 2017

When studying Early Childhood at ARU, you have the option every year to take a placement module. You do not have to take this pathway and there are theoretical aspects of the same module. But for those who want to go on placement, here are my tips for making the most of it! Read more…

5 May 2017

As this is my first blog I found it difficult thinking about where and how to start. So, I decided to start off with the difference between social policy and social work - and why I think social policy is important. Read more…

2 August 2016

Year One, Trimester 1 So, the end of first year is nigh. Only two more weeks left before I sit my OSCEs (Objective Structured Clinical Examination), which tests our ability as practitioners to clinically examine a patient. But I’ll talk more about exams later on in another post… Read more…

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