Anglia Ruskin University Campus
Anglia Ruskin University is an innovative university that was recently named in Times Higher Education as the only university in the UK to be a ‘rising star’ – one of the institutions predicted to be challenging the global elite by 2030*. It is one of the largest universities in the East of England.
Students from 177 countries gain qualifications with Anglia Ruskin in four continents. Each year, it also help some 2,000 businesses to grow quicker and partner with organisations to deliver a spectrum of educational and commercial projects. Anglia Ruskin prides itself on being as enterprising as it is innovative and nurtures those qualities in its students.
Students, businesses and partners benefit from outstanding facilities; £100 million has been invested over the last five years and there are plans for a further £91 million of investment over the next five years. The university’s academic excellence has been recognised by the UK’s Higher Education funding bodies, with 12 areas classed as generating world-leading research across five faculties and six research institutes. It is also a lead partner in visionary initiatives, including the Anglia Ruskin MedTech Campus, which will be one of the world’s largest health innovation spaces.
Students rate Anglia Ruskin highly for teaching, personal development and assessment and feedback. 92% of students agree that lecturers are good at explaining things and 91% of students say that lecturers are enthusiastic – rating Anglia Ruskin highly for the third successive year *National Student Survey 2016. Talented students have the opportunity to benefit from the transformational experience of higher education, no matter what their background.
As an innovative university, Anglia Ruskin is keen to promote and support education, exchange knowledge, experience and skills, open up its campuses and be good neighbours. Anglia Ruskin makes a genuine difference within its community, educating the professionals who are important to each and every one of us, from nurses and midwives to social workers and surgeons. The six research institutes are dedicated to tackling pressing issues, from, conserving our precious natural resources to saving lives through pioneering surgery.