Anglia Ruskin University College (Cambridge) is a public university and home to more than 10,355 students, including over 2,600 international students. Established in 1992, the institution’s historical story begins in 1858 when John Ruskin, an art critic, patron, and admirable philanthropist opened the Cambridge Art School. Now a renowned centre of learning with international standards, the campus is a hub of vibrant culture and social scene that welcomes students from all walks of life.
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) College offers numerous undergraduate and postgraduate pathways for applicants that do not meet the direct entry requirements, have spent time out of education, or have not taken the required subjects for their chosen degree. Once they complete the pathway at ARU College, they will gain direct entry for an ARU degree of their choice.
Location: Students will seek endless opportunities in Cambridge, the creative city and home to countless galleries, shops, restaurants, music venues and clubs, including the Cambridge Arts Theatre and ADC Theatre, UK’s oldest University playhouse.
Facilities: Students will get to enjoy state-of-the-art campus facilities that the University has invested over £80 million in. Some specialist facilities include a suite of forensic science laboratories, 4 university libraries, a university eye clinic, 2 art galleries, mock courtrooms, hospital wards, and operating theatres.
Emphasis on Internationalization: We take pride in our diverse student body population, with one in five students at the University coming from outside the UK.
Employability: We’re placed 5th in England and the top in the East of England for undergraduates in employment within 15 months of graduating
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|University Name||Anglia Ruskin University College - Cambridge|
|City/State/Country||Cambridge, East of England|