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21 November 2017

Once I decided to go into teaching and train to be a PE teacher, it was a matter of seeing what universities could offer. Anglia Ruskin's Sport and Exercise Sciences offer really stood out to me. Read more…

19 October 2016

After studying in Finland, my second semester of second year (BSc Tourism Management) was quite a shock. The teaching styles and desired writing styles were very different and I felt the complexity of work had increased dramatically since first year. I felt a bit like a Fresher again! However… Read more…

18 October 2016

First semester of second year (BSc Tourism Management) I took the brave decision to study abroad on ERASMUS in Finland at Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences (MAMK) and it was the best decision I have ever made. Finland is like no other country I have ever visited… Read more…

3 May 2016

I’d like to start my series of blogs with the Intern Programme. The LAIBS (Lord Ashcroft International Business School) Intern Programme is possibly one of the best activities you could invest your time in… Read more…

15 April 2016

My first blog goes back almost three years to September 2013; I had finished college in May and worked full-time over the summer so coming back into education after earning a wage was tough! Read more…

5 February 2016

Team ‘Business Freaks’ are one of seven teams through to the 2016 semi-finals of the University Business Challenge (UBC). The ‘Business Freaks’ will be representing Anglia Ruskin University by competing at Sheffield University on Monday 7th March 2016. So we asked them a few questions… Read more…

28 November 2014

I will hold my hands up and say I wasn’t looking forward to spending time in the Post-Anaesthetic Care Unit at all. To me, it felt like an entirely alien environment and I almost didn’t want to go in on the first day. How wrong I was. Read more…

10 November 2014

Six weeks of anaesthetics are up and I’ve had time to reflect… and boy I’ve enjoyed it! I’m not going to lie: the abundance of gases floating around has left me exhausted by the end of the day (as well as having a little bit of nausea), but every morning I rushed there out of excitement. Read more…

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