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4 February 2022

Volunteering at ARU’s Law Clinic has been an invaluable experience for me- the whole experience has been an opportunity to build a solid foundation for my legal career alongside studying for my degree. Read more…

12 March 2021

We have all been affected by COVID-19, whether that be physically, socially, mentally, or even through employability. The hospitality industry, especially the events sector has been massively affected. How would this affect me as someone hoping to work in live events? Read more…

8 February 2021

Studying a degree at university is hard, especially if it's Law! It takes commitment and hard work. From all-nighters if you are a night owl, or early mornings if you are an early bird, to long hours of research, studying, note-making, reading, million cups of coffee and willpower. Read more…

12 October 2020

The global coronavirus pandemic is still giving us a hard time, and it's important to be able to adapt to every situation - even the ones we never thought we would be living in. I would have never imagined studying a whole semester online, but I am - and here are my top tips. Read more…

9 October 2020

At ARU, mental health is just as important as physical health. I have received excellent support from ARU during tough times and wanted to highlight some of the support services that are available to you as a student. Read more…

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