Education for Sustainability is about empowering students to take action on the issues that matter. Below are a series of extra-curricular initiatives that are open to all students, many of which are directly student-led.
Become part of a world-leading research centre and learn about sustainability. We offer regular paid internships to students throughout the academic year. We are not currently advertising, but make sure to check the website regularly to find out about upcoming opportunities.
Anglia Ruskin University is now a fully accredited Responsible Futures institution. Read more about what this means for you.
GOES is a monthly magazine which is run, edited, and designed by students for students from any department and faculty at Anglia Ruskin. Topics in the magazine vary greatly, but relate to science and sustainability. You can find out more about taking part here.
The Students' Union at Anglia Ruskin offers many opportunities for you to get involved in volunteering and other opportunities outside of the formal curriculum. Get involved here.
Win up to £250 to support you to embed sustainability across your club and society.
Find out about what is happening on our campuses, from increased opportunities for cyclists and walkers, to campus biodiversity tours.
Sanji is a small village at the foothills of the Himalayas. Each year a small group of staff and students from Anglia Ruskin visits the village to support on sustainability and other community-related projects. Find out more.
Our lunchtime talks explore topics on issues as varied as food, the fashion industry, health and wellbeing, nature and nature's value. Visit the GSI homepages to find out more about when these talks are taking place.