Anglia Ruskin University has become one of just 13 UK higher education institutions recognised for arming its students with the knowledge, skills and values to critically challenge the world around them, and tackle social, economic and environmental issues and inequalities.
A team of student auditors awarded Anglia Ruskin the prestigious National Union of Students' Responsible Futures accreditation for its work embedding sustainability and social responsibility across the formal and informal curriculum. This comes just weeks after we were shortlisted for a 2017 Edie Sustainability Leaders Award.
Dr Alison Greig, of Anglia Ruskin’s Global Sustainability Institute, said:
“Anglia Ruskin signed up to Responsible Futures because we recognise the need to develop our students’ knowledge and skills so that they have the capacity to become effective agents for positive change. Achieving this accreditation demonstrates to current and prospective students that a degree from Anglia Ruskin will help them to prosper as responsible global citizens of the 21st century.”
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