Our dedicated team of staff are here to encourage and support you throughout your studies with the ultimate aim of helping you to achieve your full potential. Helping you secure a good qualification is the main aim of life at Anglia Ruskin. But we also see it as vital that we help you develop a wide range of skills that you will need for a rewarding career.
So, you can be assured of excellent teaching, individual attention, outstanding resources, and to mix with people from different backgrounds and nationalities. You will also get the benefit of our strong links with the business world too.
Put all this into context with our energetic social scene and you begin to get a feel for the cosmopolitan life and exciting prospects you can enjoy at Anglia Ruskin.
How do I find a course?
You can search our entire undergraduate prospectus in a number of ways:
Complete A-Z course list
We offer a wide range of undergraduate awards, ranging from BA/BSc/BEng to University Diplomas.
If you would like a printed version of our prospectus you can order a full version or a personalised version.
How can I pay for my degree?
There are a number of ways in which UK students can fund their full-time undergraduate course, from financial help put in place by the Government through to scholarships and bursaries.
Full details of how and where to apply are available in our student finance section.
If you would like to know the tuition fees for your course, up-to-date information for 2008/2009 is available on our course fee calculator.
Where can I live whilst studying?
Living in student accommodation provides a great way to meet new friends and make the most of your University experience living away from home. Anglia Ruskin University We have a wide choice of accommodation in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough. The University Accommodation Service (UAS) website will help you understand which accommodation options are best for you and will guide you through your application.
When can I visit Anglia Ruskin?
Saturday 21 November
Saturday 6 February 2010
Our Open Days give a snapshot of University life and provide you with important information to help you make the right choice for your future. We offer a number of Anglia Ruskin Open Days in the spring, summer, and autumn, to which you are invited. We are always glad to see parents and friends too. Just let our Contact Centre know you are coming. You can find out about entry requirements, course content, where to live, money issues, support services - plus anything else you need to know!
You can book your place on an Open Day and find more information about the day's events on our Open Days website.
How will my days be structured?
Adapting to a University timetable can be a big change, whether you've come from school, employment or family care, organising your time around lectures and imposing organisation in your study will be important. Timetables for our courses starting in 2008/2009 are available on our ANET support site, these give a good indication of lecture structures and the time where you will be managing your own study.
Find more information about timetabling at Anglia Ruskin
How do I apply?
If you are applying for a full-time undergraduate course you should do so through UCAS (University and Colleges Admissions Service).
The exception to this is if you are applying for a Faculty of Health and Social Care (FHSC) course, in which case you need to apply to us directly. Please select the correct form from our FHSC application forms page.
International and EU students should visit their pages for further information.
What can I expect from Anglia Ruskin as a student?
This student charter aims to explain, in language which is easy to understand, exactly what you can expect of us and, in return, what we expect of you. It is set out to show your experience - from applying to us to graduating and becoming a life-member, or 'alumnus', of the Anglia Ruskin community.