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ARU Blogs — Dominique

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Faculty:Arts, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

School:School of Creative Industries

Course: MA Music Therapy

Hello, my name is Dominique, and I am studying for my Masters in Music Therapy at ARU's Cambridge campus. Music and supporting others have always been passions of mine. I am looking forward to furthering my clinical experience with different populations of people while studying here. I play guitar, piano, and love to sing! Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin have so much to offer, and I thoroughly enjoy exploring the city and getting to know the other students. As an international student from the United States, I am constantly gifted with new experiences, and I look forward to sharing my journey through my course and living abroad. Cheers!

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7 December 2023

I absolutely love living in England, but there are moments where I feel homesick. Here’s how I cope with that. Read more…

18 October 2023

Dominque initially planning to leave England after their music therapy program, discovered the Graduate Immigration Route, allowing her to extend her stay without a job offer. This visa permits international students to work in the UK for two to three years… Read more…

22 September 2023

MA Music Therapy student, Dominique, tells us about imposter syndrome and shares her experience of conquering it and celebrating her successes. Read more…

12 June 2023

I have had the pleasure of travelling all over England and a few other countries since I moved here in September. Studying at ARU has been phenomenal, and in the time away from my studies, I have taken every opportunity to explore. Here are the benefits I’ve found from my travels so far: Read more…


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