Anglia Ruskin University
ARU is a modern and innovative global university, with students from all over the world. First established as the Cambridge School of Art in 1858, ARU has grown and today has campuses in Cambridge, Chelmsford, Peterborough and London, and educational partnerships across the world.
Having invested over £100 million in recent years in their facilities, including the first School of Medicine in Essex, and their new Science Centre in Cambridge, ARU has ambitious plans for the future. Rated highly for their teaching excellence and world-class research, they are consistently named as one of the top 350 institutions internationally by The Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
ARU prides itself on its inclusivity, welcoming students from a wide range of academic and societal backgrounds. Passionate about transforming lives through innovative, inclusive and entrepreneurial education and research, ARU aim to support students to discover their strength and unlock their full potential.