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5 Reasons to study an MA in Publishing

Sean Betts gives us 5 amazing reasons why you should study an MA in Publishing at Anglia Ruskin University. Publishing is a rapidly growing, and evolving industry. While holding qualifications specific to the field are not prerequisites for employment, they can give you an edge when applying for that much coveted job. I study an




Internship Diary: ELT Data Management at Cambridge University Press

Having recently completed her major project, Kalpana Sharma tells us about her internship in ELT Data Management at Cambridge University Press. I had a six-week internship in ELT Data Management at Cambridge University Press (CUP), and worked as part of the Knowledge Management Team. The Knowledge Management Team is responsible for providing efficient, reliable and




Life After Graduation: Esme Chapman

In the latest in the ‘Life After Graduation’ series, MA Publishing alumna, Esme Chapman, brings Blurbify up-to-date on her journey since completing the course and graduating in the ‘Class of 2012/13′. It has, in some ways, been a pretty scary two years since I finished the MA Publishing course at Anglia Ruskin, and I can




A New Internship in Academic Marketing

Victoria Parrin undertook a month-long placement within Cambridge University Press’ Academic Marketing department; the first student to do so. Here she recounts her time with the company and what she took from the experience. What I Got Up To My internship was within the Brand Development team, a small team of just two staff who




From Internship to Full-Time Employment at Cambridge University Press

Mary Bongiovi graduated from Anglia Ruskin in 2013 and has since found a full-time job with Cambridge University Press; all thanks to her time there as an intern. My journey to getting a job at Cambridge University Press (CUP) was one part about making informed choices and the other part about pure luck. I did




The Fruits of my Bloomsbury Internship

In 2013, Victoria Love was lucky enough to be selected for an internship at Bloomsbury Publishing in London. She recently discovered that the fruits of her labour have come to… well, fruition! During my two weeks, I worked on the design briefs for two upcoming titles; Sidney Chambers and the Problem of Evil by James