Undergraduate students

Full-time Undergraduate study

Undergraduate Full-time Prospectus 2013

Finding your course

We offer a wide range of undergraduate courses, ranging from Accounting and Finance to Zoology. You can view or search our entire undergraduate prospectus in a number of ways:

Anglia Ruskin Open Day

Anglia Ruskin Open Day

What to do next:

  • Come to one of our Open Days, whether you know exactly what you want to study, or you'd just like to have a look around, come and see first-hand what we have to offer.
  • If you can't make an Open Day or want a sneak preview, take a look at our Campus pages, which will give you an idea of the facilities they offer.
  • Check out the locations of our main campuses which are based in Cambridge and Chelmsford, both which offer excellent opportunities to enjoy your free time, on and off campus.
  • If you are studying at one of our partner colleges find out what facilities are available on campus, and in the local areas: University Centre Harlow, University Centre Peterborough, The College of West Anglia.
  • To help you keep up with our University's latest news and events you can 'like' our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.

Further information before you apply:

  • Check out our Going to University guide (below) for the important dates, more on the application process and how to write a fantastic personal statement.
  • Money and funding your studies: fees, student loan and scholarships and funding.
  • We've got specific information for mature students, whether you're coming to university for the first time or returning to study.
  • Have you thought about part-time study?
  • If you're moving away from home you can find out about your range of accommodation options.
  • Need to know the semester dates?

Students chatting in student accommodation

Students chatting in student accommodation

Services you can enjoy if you decide to become a student:

  • Our Study Support Service offers study skills resources for all students and comprehensive support for disabled students.
  • The student iCentres are the first point of contact for all students, no matter what your query.
  • If you're looking to earn extra money whilst studying, our Employment Bureau may be able to help you find work that will fit around your studies.
  • We want to ensure your time at Anglia Ruskin is the start of a successful future so our Employability Service can offer you support and advice from year one to ensure you get that dream job.
  • You'll automatically become a member of Anglia Ruskin Students' Union; they're here to represent, serve and support you during your time here.

What can I expect from Anglia Ruskin as a student?

Our Student Charter aims to explain exactly what you can expect of us and, in return, what we expect of you. It is set out to show your experience - from applying to us to graduating and becoming a life-member, or 'alumnus', of the Anglia Ruskin community.

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