22 October 2020
How to make the most of EVERYTHING university has to offer
I joined ARU two and half years ago and I made it my mission to get involved in everything I could. Read more…
27 June 2018
Being at university, especially doing a nursing course, means that there is very little time for a part time job and earning money. However, when I started at the university I was advised by other students to go to the Employment Bureau. They offer part time work for students at ARU which is flexible and works well alongside studying.
Therefore, I decided to go along to the Employment Bureau and see what I could get involved with. I spoke to someone who explained all of the events I could get involved with and then explained the induction form. The process was very quick. I had to fill out the induction form I was given and take my passport along to the EB, and then I could start working. I didn’t even have to have an interview, which was great. However, there are some roles for which they ask you to go along for a quick interview after you apply.
What sort of work is it? The EB offer lots of part time work for student including:
I have worked at a number of events now including, open days, Nursing interviews, Nursing test days, Reach for the Star events, Into University events, campus tours and I am currently a Digital Student Ambassador. I would strongly recommend getting involved with the Employment Bureau, as I have met lots of people through the events and I feel I have become so much more confident since doing so. If you would like more information about getting involved please go the website.