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Unlock your Dream Degree with a Foundation Year in Clearing

A Foundation Year is an extra year of study at the start of a university course. A Foundation Year could be the perfect fit for you if you do not meet the requirements for direct entry to university or if you have been out of education for a while and are looking to return and get your degree. We offer a smooth, simple transition onto your chosen degree at ARU. We have an abundance of support services available and offer smaller intimate classes which will equip you with the essential skills needed to be successful in your degree.  

How to spend a day in Chelmsford for £10 or less

ARU Chelmsford is just as 10-minute walk away from the buzzing city centre and close to plenty of parks and green spaces. There is plenty to do in the city and with direct links to London, you’ll rarely run out of options! However, we know it can be overwhelming to decide how to spend your spare time and with the cost of living rising, we wanted to plan some ways you can spend a day in Chelmsford on a tight budget.

How to spend a day in Cambridge for £10 or less

Are you a student living in Cambridge and wondering how to spend your weekends? Maybe you have family or friends visiting and you’re wondering what to show them. With so much on offer, it is sometimes hard to know where to begin. We also know that money can be tight, so we’ve put to together a list of options for spending the day in Cambridge for less than £10!

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ARU top 15% in the country for graduate employment

The primary goal of higher education is to prepare students for their future careers. This is why it’s so important to choose a university with tailored employability and career support. ARU are proud to be in the top 15% in the country for graduates in employment and/or further study (HESA Graduate Outcomes Survey 2023).

International Women's Day ARU College

International Women's Day ARU College

International Women’s Day – Wednesday 8th March 2023

Wednesday 8th March marks International Women's Day (IWD), a widely observed global holiday which focuses on the Women's Rights Movement. The day aims to bring attention to gender equality issues but what is the history of IWD and how can you get involved?

Time to Talk Day 2023

University can sometimes feel isolating and talking about your mental health isn’t always easy. Time to Talk day, run by MIND and Rethink Mental Illness , is “the nation’s biggest mental health conversation" and day for us all to prioritise talking about Mental Health. This Time to Talk Day, we wanted to make you aware of the key mental health support and resources that are available for you from ARU and ARU College.

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