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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…

9 January 2018

I would describe Social Policy as a course full of questions, assumptions and general curiosity, but also an interesting academic concept of learning and study. Read more…

9 January 2018

I’m currently a Residential Assistant (RA) living and working in the Swinhoe Halls on ARU's Cambridge campus, supporting students and gaining work experience. Read more…

29 June 2017

Having studied social policy for two years, I know that it’s a broad course which is not fixed on one topic. There are always new or different ideas and discussions. Read more…

5 May 2017

As this is my first blog I found it difficult thinking about where and how to start. So, I decided to start off with the difference between social policy and social work - and why I think social policy is important. Read more…

1 March 2017

Back in January 2015 I packed my bags and flew to Umeå in northern Sweden to study at the university. I took part in the Erasmus+ exchange for one semester (January – June). 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…

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