12 May 2017
Since I went to an Open Day, I knew ARU was the university I wanted to go to. I loved the sense of community, the accommodation, and Cambridge itself.
I was really excited to apply to study English literature. When I got an email through saying I had been given an unconditional offer, I was overjoyed.
I was with my nan at the time, and I remember I burst into tears when I told her. I was so relieved that I had gotten a place at university and into my first choice as well. I told all my family and friends, as I was so proud to be going to ARU.
I remember thinking that all of my hard work at college had paid off, because now I was going to the university I wanted to go to, and didn’t even need to worry about getting certain grades at A level. This took a huge pressure off my shoulders.
Then I started thinking about moving in, and what I would need to take. I was so excited to be going to ARU in Cambridge and start my degree. Two years later, I know I definitely made the right choice.
28 November 2017
The mornings are darker, my bed is beginning to feel comfier, and the weather is getting colder. To quote one of my favourite houses in Game of Thrones: 'Winter is coming'. And that brings with it a busy line-up of events at the Mumford Theatre. Read more…