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10 April 2024

ARU's campus in Chelmsford is a 15-minute walk from the city centre, making it easy to find things to do. There are also lots of events and opportunities on campus. Here are some of my highlights. Read more…

26 May 2023

I am a 3rd-year pharmaceutical science student at ARU, and throughout the years I have used several resources to complete my assignments and progress. I wanted to share my top 5 with you, these were crucial for me since I am a very visual learner! Read more…

26 May 2023

Alexandre always knew he wanted to work in the areas of healthcare and science - and found his perfect course at ARU. As he prepares to graduate, he reflects on his experiences studying BSc (Hons) Medical Science. Read more…

26 May 2023

Medical Science student Alexandre will graduate in summer 2023. He originally hoped to study medicine at university, but changed his plans. In this blog he reflects on his course and the career options that have opened up to him. Read more…

4 May 2023

One of my biggest worries before I started the ODP course was about what books I should be buying! On my first day lectures advised not to spend too much money on books as the ARU library is amazing and almost all books are available online. They were right, the ARU library is fantastic… Read more…

28 March 2023

My first year studying Paramedic Science was one of the most eye-opening years I have had while being in education. I came to university at the age of 18 having moved far away from home. I always had a lot of excitement towards the course and always looked forward to learning more and more. Read more…

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