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1 February 2017

Hello, I’m Dawn, a third year Accounting and Finance student in Chelmsford (and Lord Ashcroft International Business School Senior Intern 2017). It feels strange writing this blog and trying to think back to early last year where I was just about to start the second semester of second year… Read more…

4 November 2016

Something everyone associates with third year is a dissertation, it is the largest study you will have to complete throughout university and can be on a topic of personal choice as long as your supervisor agrees. Read more…

19 October 2016

After studying in Finland, my second semester of second year (BSc Tourism Management) was quite a shock. The teaching styles and desired writing styles were very different and I felt the complexity of work had increased dramatically since first year. I felt a bit like a Fresher again! However… 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…

3 May 2016

I’d like to start my series of blogs with the Intern Programme. The LAIBS (Lord Ashcroft International Business School) Intern Programme is possibly one of the best activities you could invest your time in… Read more…

2 May 2016

In my second semester of first year, I transferred from the smaller Peter Taylor building to the main block. I shared my kitchen with some great students from Brazil, who were on a year-long exchange and I still keep in contact with them now. Read more…

29 April 2016

In this blog, I would like to talk about my experience of attending networking events offered by the LAIBS Faculty (Lord Ashcroft International Business School) and the Employability Service at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU). 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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