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Anglia Ruskin University students and graduates reflect on their courses, tutors, personal and professional development, and career paths.

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7 July 2017

I came across positive psychology by accident, the result of a Google search for what psychology had to say about stuff like integrity, honesty, happiness, and character. And that led me to the Masters course at ARU. Read more…

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7 July 2017

Each year, our Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education offers research internships to high-calibre students who are considering studying a PhD. Here's Richard's story. Read more…

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10 July 2017

This is my eighth year at the University and I have seen quite a few changes in that time. From my point of view, Mechanical Engineering has gone from strength to strength. Read more…

7 July 2017

I first discovered positive psychology through the parenting programme 'Positive Discipline', by investigating positive education, then through books and meeting experts in conferences. Read more…

6 July 2017

I graduated from ARU in 2014 with a first class honours degree in psychology. I currently work at the Dementia Research Centre, UCL, Institute of Neurology. Read more…

6 July 2017

What do you do when you develop passion for positive psychology, you explore all the books, courses and resources that you can find, and you still wish to learn more? For me, a Masters at Anglia Ruskin was a great next step. Read more…

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