When you choose to study on one of our courses, we understand your main goal is to find a career that you love.
Whether that's in the creative industries, policing, politics, or academia, we're here to give you not only the best opportunities to find the right job, but also the skills that will help you succeed no matter what you turn your hand to.
Our Employability Service can help you with anything career-related, including CV, application and interview preparation, and also offer an Employability Programme to help you discover your strengths and weaknesses. Get in touch with them any time to find out what else they can do to help you.
Our Excellerate scheme will allow you to gain employability and entrepreneurship skills by taking on opportunities and roles at ARU, giving you real-world experience to put on your CV.
You could become a Digital Student Ambassador, providing content for our social media platforms; a Student Workshop Leader, developing and delivering workshop activities to young people; or a filmmaker, photographer, copy writer or Open Day Ambassador.
There are plenty of opportunities to develop both your specific technical and broad-based transferable skills. If you want to learn more, email us at [email protected]
Source: *nesta.org.uk; **Cambridge Arts and Cultural Leaders: Inspiring Cambridge