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7 April 2017

My name is Lois Turner and I am a Course Administrator for Education for the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education. Read more…

7 April 2017

My name is Joanne Bowser-Angermann and I am the Course Leader for BA (Hons) in Primary Education Studies. My job entails the leadership and management of the Primary Education Studies course and I ensure that our students are happy and reaching their full potential during their time here at ARU… 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…

1 February 2017

This is my first blog post so bear with me… Before I start talking about my degree experience I want to introduce myself. My name is Catherine and I am 23 years old, in my final year studying BA (Hons) Social Policy in Cambridge. Read more…

1 September 2016

Julia Carr is the course leader for the BA (Hons) Education Studies. She discusses our new Education Enterprise module and what it covers. Read more…

15 August 2016

Dr Jane Ellis and Marina Bush both teach on our BA Social Policy course in Cambridge.They both share their thoughts on the post-referendum situation and from a social policy perspective. Read more…

3 August 2016

James is a 4th year social work student on the BA Social Work (Part-time) in Peterborough. In this blog, he shares his recent experience of volunteering for the charity Love Support Unite in Malawi. Read more…

17 December 2015

Over the course of my first year of University, the lecturers I have come into contact with have all been really enthusiastic about what they do. Their enthusiasm certainly rubbed off on me on more than a couple of occasions… Read more…

28 October 2015

One of the reasons I decided to go to ARU was because it was close to where I lived, which meant I wouldn’t have to spend a fortune on accommodation and food. In this post, I would like to cover the advantages and disadvantages of living at home whilst attending University. Read more…

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