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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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12 January 2018

Nursing has always been a predominant profession in my family. I have been brought up surrounded by people who have inspired me to want to become a nurse. Read more…

1 December 2017

I initially went to university elsewhere to study English literature and philosophy. But I decided I wanted to apply myself to something care-orientated, where I could make a difference to people’s lives. With this in mind, I applied to be a student mental health nurse at Anglia Ruskin. Read more…

9 November 2017

I consider my experience studying computer science as one that reinforces the fact that women are very capable when it comes to studying computer science as a major. Perseverance is the word! Do it afraid if you have too. I didn’t just survive but had a remarkable outcome. If I can do it… Read more…

10 July 2017

2015 was an exciting year for me. I started university and moved to a new country (the perfect mixture of terrifying and exciting you need in your life, right?). Read more…

14 March 2017

When doing an early years degree at university, I would say the best thing you can do is try to surround yourself with lots of opportunities to explore the field even more. I would imagine this would be good practice for any course you do. Which is why, when I found out about ChildcareExpo… 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…

3 September 2015

I would say most students undertake a degree due to the dreams of their childhood, or because they’re already in the job but need that degree. I, however, changed my mind plenty of times, from professional saxophonist to a history teacher – both careers worlds apart from social work. Read more…

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