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ARU Blogs — Beth

Beth Towsey

Faculty:Health, Medicine and Social Care

School:School of Nursing and Midwifery

Course: BSc (Hons) Midwifery

Hi guys! My name's Beth, I'm a second year student midwife at the Chelmsford campus.

In my first year I lived in halls in the Student Village and I now privately rent a flat with my best friend who I also met in halls. The best thing about halls is how close they are to campus and living independently. I am a member of the ARU Midwifery Society and I hope to be part of the committee in my final year.

My favourite thing about ARU is how close our cohort is. The girls that I am training with will be lifelong friends!

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19 June 2017

Beth shares with us an average week on midwifery placement, to try and demonstrate how to keep a uni-life balance. Placed in the community, to meet the number of hours you need to complete four short days (8am–4pm) per week. Read more…

8 June 2017

Midwifery is one of the hardest degrees to be accepted onto. It is therefore essential that your application outshines other potential candidates. Today’s blog looks at the value of work experience, where to find it and how to apply. Read more…


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