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29 November 2017

Child Nursing student Jade Skerritt reflects on her placement in Nepal, where she developed her skills by working on paediatric and maternity wards in rural and built-up areas of the Himalaya. Read more…

10 April 2017

Hey guys, welcome back to my blog. Last time I told you how I picked ARU Chelmsford; now you can find out the details about why I came to Chelmsford and why I am studying here instead of going back to Germany (where university is mostly free). So, lets start story time! Read more…

1 March 2017

Back in January 2015 I packed my bags and flew to Umeå in northern Sweden to study at the university. I took part in the Erasmus+ exchange for one semester (January – June). Read more…

18 October 2016

First semester of second year (BSc Tourism Management) I took the brave decision to study abroad on ERASMUS in Finland at Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences (MAMK) and it was the best decision I have ever made. Finland is like no other country I have ever visited… Read more…

20 April 2016

The impact of ‘travel’ on society cannot be underestimated, not just in terms of the opportunities it opens up to us for exploration and enjoyment, but also for the impact it has on an individual’s perceptions of the world and of the societies that exist within it. Read more…

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