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29 January 2019

For many of you January will be one of the most stressful times of your academic year, and we all know why… EXAMS! Never fear, we still have a few weeks until exam season is in full swing. So here are some tips on how to get ready for those long days of studying. Read more…

8 May 2018

Choosing a university to go to can be quite an ordeal for some people; I know it was for me. Completing my A levels I was quite a shy, reserved person, and honestly, I wasn’t even sure at this point if university was for me. I was so unsure of myself - never mind what university to go to! Read more…

23 April 2018

Joining a society or sports club is something that every new student at ARU should look into. Joining these communities is a great way to make friends at uni and, though it sounds clichéd, 'grow as a person'. Read more…

20 April 2018

As the days begin to get longer and the weather starts to warm up, we all know what is coming... SUMMER! But if you want or need a job, how do you go about getting work? Read more…

12 March 2018

ARU Students’ Union is always advertising for student staff jobs, whether it’s working the bar, in the SU shop, or in the office - and it’s really convenient if you want to fit in your work around your studies. Read more…

22 January 2018

As a third year student, it’s daunting to think that in a couple of weeks, the last semester of my university experience will sadly be over. And I’m sure all the late nights, working all hours, essay writing, revision and planning will be worth it in the end! Read more…

12 January 2018

Starting university can be a time of anxiety, and deciding what technology you should buy to aid your studies can be one of those worries. With multiple lectures every week, and assignments to complete, it’s important that you get the right tablet or laptop for you. Read more…

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