Anglia Ruskin University is one of the largest universities in Eastern England, United Kingdom, with a total student population of around 31,000. It is named after John Ruskin, who founded the school in 1858. With campuses in Cambridge and Chelmsford, we offer relevant and practical undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
Why study at Anglia Ruskin?We have excellent study, social and sports facilities, conduct world-leading research, provide our graduates with future/employability skills and take pride in making international students feel at home. Read more reasons to study with us.
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Entry requirementsFor entry into year 1 of an undergraduate Bachelors degree, you'll need to have one of the following:
- GCE A Level
- DTEVT Advanced Certificate
- Diploma from the Medical Council in Zambia
- A recognised foundation qualification or equivalent
- A UK equivalent bachelors degree (minimum second class lower)
- A recognised pre-Masters course
English language requirementsIn addition to the academic requirements listed above, you'll need to provide evidence that you meet the required level of English language.
Tuition fees & scholarshipsYour tuition fees will vary depending on your chosen level of study, for full details please see our fees for 2012/13.
Our International Merit Scholarship scheme provides awards of either £500 or £1000 to well-qualified students applying for any full-time Bachelors or Masters course.
How to apply
Please check our Bachelors, Masters and Research prospectuses for specific application routes per course/programme. However, as a general guide you should apply via the following routes.
- Undergraduate Bachelors: apply online via UCAS
- Postgraduate Masters: apply online directly to us, via our course pages
- Postgraduate Research: contact us to discuss your proposal
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