Anglia Ruskin University

Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) offers a wide range of educational choices, the latest facilities, award winning teaching and something more. They are committed to preparing students for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Students from more than 185 countries choose to study with ARU, in fascinating subject areas from computing and technology to business and health, learning from lecturers with practical experience in the field and benefiting from strong industry links. Students can choose from four exciting city centre campuses – Cambridge, Chelmsford, London and Peterborough – or join a rapidly growing distance learning student community.

ARU is ranked in the top 10% for skills and enterprise and top 20% for local growth and regeneration among English Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the 2021 Knowledge Excellence Framework (KEF).

Final year students have once again rated their educational experience highly in the annual National Student Survey (NSS) 2021, with a particular focus on the sense of community and support for learning at ARU.

ARU actively encourage students from a wide range of academic and societal backgrounds. In 2020, ARU were named as one of the top 350 universities in the world for the fifth successive year – and one of the top 40 in the UK.  

This year ARU was ranked first in the East of England for graduate employment in the Graduate Outcomes Survey 2021 compiled by the Higher Education Statistics Agency. And in addition, were named as the UK’s leading university for Education and Sports Science courses in the 2021 Guardian League Table. 

In 2022 a new £30 million university for Peterborough named ARU Peterborough is set to open its doors to 2,00 students, with an ambition to offer university courses for up to 12,500 by 2030.