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7 August 2017

As Course Administrator for Education for the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, the most enjoyable part of my role is the interaction with other staff and students. 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…

29 June 2017

I have always had an interest in special educational needs (SEN) and as someone who also loves attending training, conferences and events for my professional development, I jumped at the chance to attend The Autism Show at the Excel in London. Read more…

19 June 2017

This week I want to share with you an average week on placement, to try and demonstrate how to keep a uni-life balance. I am currently placed in the community, to meet the number of hours you need to complete four short days (8am–4pm) per week. Read more…

8 June 2017

Midwifery is one of the hardest degrees to be accepted onto. It is therefore essential that your application outshines other potential candidates. Today’s blog looks at the value of work experience, where to find it and how to apply. Read more…

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