University Information

Total Students

19,300

Students in Halls

1,800

Full Time (%)

74%

Avg Tariff Points

100

About Anglia Ruskin University

ARU are proud to be ranked one of the top 40 universities in the UK and ranked in the top 350 in the world for the seventh year running in the Times Higher Education magazine's Europe Teaching Rankings, 2023.

With campuses in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough, the university has both direct links to London and excellent connections with local businesses and authorities, including schools, police forces and NHS organisations.

ARU is also home to Essex's only School of Medicine, an art gallery and theatre as well as mock hospitals and state-of-the-art SuperLabs.

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Anglia Ruskin University Key Information

Job Prospects

Job Prospects

From your first day at ARU, we'll support you to build the skills and abilities employers value in graduates.

ARU's curriculum puts your employability at the centre. Our courses are recognised by industry, with a large number being professionally accredited. Reflecting our strong links with regional businesses and organisations, many of our courses also contain placement opportunities.

You'll also have access to our dedicated Employability service – this is staffed by a friendly team of experts who can offer personalised career advice, help with job applications, interview prep and much more besides.

ARU Temps, our onsite recruitment agency, specialise in temporary and part-time work and can help you find roles to gain crucial skills and experience alongside your studies.

Our institutional focus on entrepreneurial education is reflected in our graduate's performance - we're ranked top 15% in the country for graduates in employment and/or further study 15 months after graduating (GOS, 2023).
The Graduate Outcomes Survey ranks ARU in the top 10 of mainstream universities in the country, for the proportion of UK undergraduates in employment 15 months after graduating.*


*Source: HESA (Higher Education Statistic Agency) Open Data release, published 23 June 2020. The data relates to UK-domiciled graduates who attended a mainstream higher education institution in England and graduated in 2017/18. A mainstream institution is defined as any non-specialist institution with more than 500 students.

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Campus Life

Student Life

Student Life

At ARU, we want you to get the most out of your studies and your experience with us. From the moment you join, you'll be apart of an inclusive, friendly community who will support and champion your success. During your first week, you will get to experience our Welcome Week; A week designed for you to meet other students on your course and your lecturers, get involved in activities and to overall have a bit of fun to help settle you into university life.

From that week forward, you can expect to look forward to SU events and day-trips, society-run events, and even regular dog therapy sessions on campus.

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Tuition Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries

Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees

Undergraduate tuition fees for ARU students in the academic year 2023/2024 are as follows: UK students per year: GBP 9,250, International students per year: GBP 15,000+.

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Anglia Ruskin University Accommodation Choices

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Anastasia House

Housing Price

£170.87 pw

Total Rooms

61 rooms
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Peter Taylor House

Housing Price

£152.02 pw

Total Rooms

256 rooms
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Swinhoe Hall

Housing Price

£139.51 pw

Total Rooms

126 rooms
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Chelmsford Student Village

Housing Price

£138.11 pw

Total Rooms

511 rooms
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