ARU Blogs — Arts, Law & Social Sciences

Find blog posts

Filter results

Latest Post

4 June 2018

I have a disability so when I first started uni, I gave careful thought to things. Here are my tips for other students with disabilities who are preparing to leave home. 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…

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…

29 March 2018

Writing an essay can feel like quite a difficult task… but fear not. Sometimes it’s just about having a few useful tips up your sleeve and a bit of practice (and I’m pretty sure you’ll have plenty of opportunity to practice). Helga Hejny, Lecturer in Law… 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…

5 March 2018

Dr Egle Dagilyte is Senior Lecturer in Law with Anglia Law School and Faculty Director of Learning, Teaching and Assessment for Arts, Law and Social Sciences. We asked her a few questions about what drove her to succeed in these roles, and what advice she can give to students. Read more…

Arts, Law & Social Sciences Bloggers

Disclaimer

The views expressed here are those of the individual and do not necessarily represent the views of Anglia Ruskin University. If you've got any concerns please contact us.

Next Page 1 of 6