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21 November 2017

Over the summer of 2017, MA Publishing student Sarah Kendle applied for, secured and carried out an internship with top educational publishing house Cambridge University Press. We caught up with her to find out how it went. Read more…

18 September 2017

A activity in Welcome Week is for you lovely new students to come along and fill out a survey that is not only personally interesting, but will also benefit your future learning. There’s even a little reward for it, so why not? Read more…

11 September 2017

The Students’ Union is a great service, and something you should get to know. They are there for you, the student, and will help with all kinds of things. Here’s just some of what they offer! Read more…

7 September 2017

Part of moving to uni is living with a bunch of new people. It can be hard to get on with people you have to live with. So here are some tips on how to get along, and maybe even be friends! Read more…

17 August 2017

For students about to start uni, it can seem overwhelming. It’s a whole new world of independence to explore and most of us don’t know what to expect. But here are five things you should know before starting at ARU, to help you feel more at ease. Read more…

31 May 2017

If you’re coming to ARU, you’re probably wondering how exactly you can write a great essay to get those top marks. Here's my advice on writing a great essay for English Literature. Read more…

31 May 2017

We’re always told as English students to plan our essays before we start writing, especially in exam situations. But what exactly does planning mean? Read more…

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