Anglia Ruskin University King’s Lynn
Our partnership with the College of West Anglia lets you study Anglia Ruskin degree courses in King’s Lynn, Wisbech and Milton, on the outskirts of Cambridge.
You’ll join about 10,000 students split between three campuses. If you’re interested in studying animal behaviour, computer science, history and English literature, sociology, equine science or veterinary nursing – to name but a few – we’re sure we’ll have a course that’s right for you.
There have been some major changes at the college over the last few years, with £35million invested in refurbishment and new buildings and facilities. You can now take advantage of state-of-the-art technology centres in King’s Lynn and Wisbech, plus a new higher education centre in Cambridge. If you’re interested in the performing arts, TV and film, the creative arts centre in King’s Lynn will allow you to hone your skills. Meanwhile in 2015, a brand new teaching centre will be opening in Wisbech. As well as this, you’ll find useful facilities such as a sports centre, restaurants, coffee shops and a nursery on the college’s campuses.
Living in Cambridge, King’s Lynn and Wisbech
The College of West Anglia has a long history: founded in 1894, it’s considered to be one of the top colleges in the country. If you choose to study here, you’ll have Cambridge, King’s Lynn or Wisbech on your doorstep.
If you’re thinking about studying in Milton, Cambridge, check out our Living in Cambridge page for more information about being a student in this fantastic city.
If you like the idea of living and studying in a bustling and friendly market town steeped in history but with all the conveniences of modern life, King’s Lynn could be perfect for you. It was one of England’s most important ports from as early as the 12th century, and its maritime past is still very much in evidence today.