Anglia Ruskin University - ARU • Cambridge, United Kingdom; Chelmsford, United Kingdom; Peterborough, United Kingdom
Anglia Ruskin University was founded as a school in 1858, before establishing itself as a university in 1992. It was renamed Anglia Ruskin University, after John Ruskin, in 2005. The university has 3 campuses in the UK: in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough. Anglia Ruskin University has been names one of the top 350 institutions worldwide by the Times Higher Education's World University Ranking. The modern, multinational university prepares students for a successful career in their field of expertise. Its five faculties and six Research Institutes, provide excellent training in many different areas. The school offers undergraduate, postgraduate, part-time courses, continuing professional development courses, as well as distance-learning and degree apprenticeships. Degrees are offered in these departments: Arts, Law & Social Sciences; Health, Social Care & Education; Medical Science; Science & Technology; and Business at Lord Ashcroft International Business School. Students who yet need to meet the standard academic requirements to be admitted to Anglia Ruskin University, can take preparation courses at Cambridge Ruskin International College (CRIC). The university works closely with institutions across the globe, for example London, Berlin, Budapest, Athens, Basel, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Trinidad. The university presents students with the option to choose from a range of courses and makes sure to find the right course for each individual.