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Anglia Ruskin University (ARU)

1. Overview of the institution

Anglia Ruskin was awarded university status in 1992. It is one of the largest universities in the East of England offering a wide range of courses, which meet the needs, and requirements of a knowledge-based economy. Out of a student population of 30,000, more than 90% students succeed with high satisfaction rates. Anglia Ruskin’s is one of the most socially inclusive universities in the UK with commitment to value diversity and promoting equality.

2. Location and facilities

Anglia Ruskin University has two main campuses: Cambridge, and Chelmsford in mid-Essex. Over the last five years, the university has £81million, aimed at providing students a wealth of new and improved facilities, some of which are-- accommodation, cafes, libraries, designated screening room with DVD and free lunchtime concerts.

3. Departments/Subject areas

  • Biomedical and Forensic Sciences

  • Computing and Technology

  • Engineering and Built environment

  • Life Sciences

  • Psychology

  • Vision and Hearing Sciences

4. Scholarships

The UK scholarships are of various types. There are merit-based scholarships for students who are meritorious and need-based scholarships for those who are unable to afford higher education due to economic constraints. There are minority-based scholarships and student-specific scholarships too. At The Chopras Overseas Educational Consultancy, you can get all the relevant information regarding the UK scholarships.

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5. Careers: Unique student support

Anglia Ruskin’s highly regarded Employer Mentoring Scheme has been designed to support second year undergraduates. Each student is carefully matched with a mentor from their chosen career field, who volunteers to provide skills building, support and encouragement.

The university’s on-campus recruitment agency, the Employment Bureau, also supports students in finding part-time work while they are studying and full-time employment after graduation. The Employment Bureau provides a range of academic guidance and professional services, including careers and personal and counseling support services. They remain in touch with over 60,000 alumni in more than 140 countries.