Published: 18 November 2009 at 14:14
New Year start times for university courses bring more flexibility to Higher Education.
Anglia Ruskin University is offering new start dates to students who want to access Higher Education to get their careers moving faster.
Many courses within Anglia Ruskin University’s five Faculties of teaching and learning are recruiting students during the months of January to March 2010. This enables you to take a more flexible approach to learning and gives you the opportunity to study when you want to rather than wait for the next available academic intake, in September 2010.
Undergraduates, postgraduate students and those looking to take professional qualifications or undergo a career change can all benefit from courses starting early in the calendar year.
New year starts are aimed at the local job market and suit local or regional employment needs, particularly as universities are discovering that January starts are popular with adults wanting to boost their skills and employability.
Anglia Ruskin will be offering courses across its five Faculties of study – Ashcroft International Business School, Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Science & Technology and the Faculty of Health & Social Care. Courses will vary from Computer Science to Legal Practice; and from Film Studies to Physiotherapy.
Said Anglia Ruskin University’s Director of Corporate Marketing, Alan Cain:
Anglia Ruskin University offers a wide range of vocational degrees and qualifications.For more information on the courses on offer and how to apply: call 0845 271 3333 quoting New Year Start or visit www.anglia.ac.uk/Jan1