Make your ambitions a reality with ARU
Focus on a career from day one: Come to a modern, global university where careers begin. 35,000 students from 177 countries gain qualifications with us in four continents every year. We'll help you realise your ambitions, while our enterprising initiatives will sharpen your competitive edge.
Be inspired by committed lecturers: At ARU, you'll be part of a thriving community of people keen to get on, led by some of the most enthusiastic and interesting tutors in the country. Our teaching staff hold or have been nominated for a number of prestigious awards, either for teaching itself or their subject expertise. To this, add our world-leading reputation for scholarship in a number of important areas.
Get ahead with outstanding facilities: You'll benefit from our modern facilities - from forensic laboratories to multimedia and recording studios; art galleries to four university libraries open to you 24 hours during term time. We've invested over £122 million in our campuses over the last five years. We'll be adding a further £98 million to keep pace with innovation.
Take advantage of our industry links: Each year we support over 2,000 organisations, who are always looking for bright, talented people.
Enjoy yourself along the way: You'll find us in three vibrant cities - at Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough - with options to study elsewhere, too. And with an outstanding Students' Union, supporting over 140 clubs and societies, your experience will be all the richer.
 National Student Survey 2014.
Study in a vibrant city centre
Our campuses are inspiring places to study and lively places to live.
As one of the largest universities in the east of England, you can explore your options. Pick one of our city-centre campuses at Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough.
Take a look around
Each campus has a different feel. Cambridge is steeped in history, culture and stunning architecture. Peterborough is fast establishing itself as a leading global authority on environmental and sustainability issues. England's newest city, Chelmsford, was recently voted one of the top ten places to live in the UK. All three cities are within easy reach of London, so a day trip to the hustle and bustle of the capital is only a train ride away.
Helping you secure your future
At Anglia Ruskin University, we have over 150 undergraduate courses to help you to turn your ambitions into a reality. Applying to ARU means you can be confident you're choosing to study at a university that takes its students' ambitions seriously. We help to prepare you for life after university - 9 out of 10 of our students are in employment or further education within six months of graduation. We help our students to become part of the fabric of the university, and our students work in partnership with lecturers and staff to become the best they can be.
If you want to be on the cutting edge of research, have access to renowned professors, develop the skills needed to succeed in today's workforce, or expand your thirst for knowledge, here's how we can help you!
Also, great news! Most students starting a typical three year course in September 2014 will automatically receive a total of £1,200 worth of study support through our Anglia Ruskin Books Plus scheme (see Books Plus for more information and exclusions).
 Graduates working or in further study (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Institutions, 2012/13).
Students praise teaching and courses
Wednesday 13 August 2014
According to the National Student Survey (NSS) which was released today, Anglia Ruskin courses are amongst the most intellectually stimulating in the country.
The National Student Survey (NSS) results for 2014 have been published, with 321,000 final-year students responding. 156 higher education institutions took part.
Students returned several positive reflections on Angli....
Research will discover if we're crazy for Klingon
Tuesday 12 August 2014
Are you crazy for Klingon or do you prefer Tolkien's Elvish tongues? Well, a linguistics expert is carrying out a live research experiment to discover the public's reaction to different constructed languages, or 'conlangs'.
Dr Bettina Beinhoff, Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at Anglia Ruskin University, will be surveying 100 members of the public during a special session at Loncon 3, ....