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About Anglia Ruskin University
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) provides aspiring students with lots of choices, whatever they want to study. Learn from lecturers with practical experience in their respective fields, benefit from the university’s network of strong industry links, and explore fascinating subjects while developing the wider skills needed to get on in the workplace. All gathered in one central place that couldn’t be more supportive.
In 1858 John Ruskin opened a School of Art in Cambridge, laying the foundation for the institution which became a university in 1992 and took the name Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in 2005. Its entrepreneurial excellence was nationally recognized when it won the Duke of York Award for University Entrepreneurship at the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2016.
Anglia Ruskin University’s new School of Medicine features high-tech facilities including the only Theil cadaveric facility in England, so that Medicine undergraduates can work with cadavers preserved as close to life-like as possible.
ARU holds the TEF certificate, TEF Silver is awarded to institutions that deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for their students, and consistently exceed “rigorous national quality requirements” for higher education in the UK.
Anglia Ruskin University-Student services and facilities
ARU offers a wide variety of quality of life services and facilities to its students.
- A huge online collection of e-journals, e-books and databases is available to students 24/7. During semesters, campus libraries located in Cambridge and Chelmsford are open 24 hours, four days a week; each providing a significant collection of course-relevant materials. Study spaces range from group work zones to silent study areas, with facilities including multimedia playback, networked PCs, wireless connectivity, and standard IT applications.
- The library in Peterborough has at least one copy of every item on students’ recommended reading list. Stock items include journals and books.
Anglia Ruskin University-Student Jobs
ARU has its own on-campus agency, the Employment Bureau, which manages all part-time temporary jobs that come up around the university, as well as with local employers.
Anglia Ruskin-Career Advice
- The Employability Service offers career advice and organizes events including employment workshops and company visits.
- One-to-one appointments with experienced career advisers are offered via phone, email or face-to-face.
- This support is available to students before, during and after their time at the university.
Anglia Ruskin university-Health Services
- A GP surgery (Rivermead Gate) is available on-campus in Chelmsford, situated near student accommodation facilities.
- There is also a Medical Centre on the campus in Cambridge.
Anglia Ruskin University- Counselling and Mental Health Support
- A free and fully-confidential counselling and well-being service is offered to all current students, with drop-in sessions or bookable appointments available.
Anglia Ruskin University-Disability Support
- The university provides help for students who have a disability, mental health or long-term medical condition, or specific learning difference such as dyslexia or dyspraxia.
- The Study Support team will coordinate any specialist support or adjustments students might need, and advise on their eligibility for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs).
- If students are approved for DSAs the Anglia Access Centre can carry out their needs assessment.
Anglia Ruskin-Other Services and Facilities
- iCentres, available on both the Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses, provide the first point of contact for student help, information and advice.
- A Student Money Advice Service gives students advice on funding, benefits, other sources of income, managing their money and other finance-related issues.
- Study Skills Plus offers coaching and workshop sessions to help students develop and refine their writing, planning and exam skills.
Anglia Ruskin and University-Students’ Union
- The Students’ Union hosts a huge variety of events both on and off campus, including weekly club nights in Cambridge and Chelmsford.
- Events include cultural celebrations such as Diwali and Chinese New Year, informal socials hosted by clubs and societies, and large-scale events such as the Summer Ball with live bands and great DJs.
- The union represents students within the university; students are encouraged to have their say on how the university develops.
Anglia Ruskin Notable Alumni & Famous Faces
- Nick Crane – BBC presenter.
- Mark Wood – chair of the NSPCC.
- David Gilmour – Pink Floyd.
- Ben Garrod – evolutionary biologist, primatologist and broadcaster.
Anglia Ruskin-Welcome Arrangements
The International Office at Anglia Ruskin invites students to take part in a two-day International Orientation for September and one day Orientation for January. Orientation is a good opportunity for international and European students to review academic information, learn about services available for students, and get practical advice plus information on social events. It is also a great chance to meet with other new students and the International Office team.
Anglia Ruskin-English Language Requirements
For students whose first language is not English, the minimum standards are below; some courses may require higher scores.
- Undergraduate: IELTS 6.0 overall (minimum 5.5 in any component) or equivalent, with exceptions.
- Postgraduate (master’s): IELTS 6.5 overall (minimum 5.5 in any component) or equivalent, with exceptions.
- Postgraduate (research degrees): IELTS 6.5 or equivalent, unless a higher IELTS score is required by subject area at undergraduate or postgraduate level.
- If students need to improve their level of English language to meet entry requirements, a supportive team of experts in the university’s language center provide a variety of courses, including pre-sessional programs.
Please refer to educational advisers for further details.
Anglia Ruskin University- Accommodation
- Student accommodation is available on campus in both Cambridge and Chelmsford; university accommodation is also available off-campus. All are within close proximity to the city centers and train and bus stations, and within 50-minutes of London.
- Students should apply online for accommodation as soon as they have accepted their offer of an academic place at the university. Students who apply early will have the best chance of securing their first choice of accommodation.
- All accommodation is self-catering, but meals can be purchased from multiple on-site catering outlets if required. These amenities are open during the day from Monday to Friday, while vending machines are accessible 24/7.
- The university can also help if students have any medical requirements; there are a selection of rooms suitable for a range of disabilities, and a few rooms with provision for an adjacent live-in carer.
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