Applying to Anglia Ruskin through Clearing is quick and easy. Our Clearing centre is open from 1 June, and we're here to offer advice and guidance throughout.
On this page, you'll find answers to some frequently asked questions.
Call our Clearing line on 01245 686868. Our advisers will talk you through the process of applying and help you look at all your options.
Or, you can apply online from 3 July. All our course pages will have an application link on them.
You're eligible to apply trough Clearing if you:
Whatever your situation, give us a call on 01245 686868 and we'll be happy to offer some advice and guidance.
It’s best if you call our Clearing line on 01245 686868. We'll be happy to give you some guidance.
We can receive a high number of calls during Clearing, particularly on A-level results day (17 August). As an alternative, speak to us on live chat (look for the purple chat icon on this page).
You can also email email@example.com. Or, please stay on the phone and we’ll get to you soon.
We'll send you a formal offer email. Once you get this email, you'll have 24 hours to refer yourself to us via your UCAS Track account. Or you can complete and return the Record of Prior Acceptance (RPA) form – there'll be a link in your offer email. Find out more about what happens after you've accepted.
Check your spam/junk folder. Sometimes our emails get caught up in there. Call us on 01245 686868 if you need further advice.
UCAS updates the information on its system twice a day, so it may take some time to see any changes on Track.
If you haven't applied through UCAS, please complete a Record of Prior Acceptance (RPA) form. We'll include a link to the form in your offer email. Send the form, along with copies of your educational certificates to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline in your email.
If you’ve accepted your offer, you'll get a welcome email from us very soon with your student ID number and details on how to officially register as an Anglia Ruskin student. You'll register using a system called e:Vision.
If you've applied for a social care or health course, we may still be processing your Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) or OH checks. This should take no longer than a week, but does depend on how quickly to respond to our communications. In the meantime, keep an eye on your email (including spam/junk folder). Visit our Disclosure and Barring page for more information.
Contact the admissions team that's handling your application – details should be in your offer letter.
We can’t accept deferred applicants through Clearing. Please contact us on 01245 686868 and we’ll be happy to discuss your options.
This is because you signed up to the UCAS Direct Contact Service. While you’re signed up, a maximum of five universities or colleges may phone you directly if they feel you’re eligible to join them. If you’re not interested in them, just let them know and they will sign you off their lists.
We received your information from UCAS, as part of their optional Direct Contact Service. You will have signed up to the service through UCAS.
Browse our full range of undergraduate courses here. This year, you can apply online from 1 July – there'll be an application link on each individual course page.
Visit our dedicated web page for information about tuition fees and how to apply for a student loan. There's also information about additional grants and allowances, including our £400 non-repayable Books Plus scheme.
The application deadline was 31 May 2017, for courses starting in September 2017. You can still make your application after 31 May, but payment of your loan may not begin before you start your course in September. Please contact us for advice if this will cause hardship for you. Call 01245 686868 or email email@example.com.
You can apply online now for university accommodation.
If you have any questions, our Residential Service Team is here to help. Call 01223 698900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (if you'll be studying in Cambridge); call 01245 683110 or email email@example.com (if you'll be studying in Chelmsford).
You should receive these dates after you apply for accommodation, in your accommodation offer letter. Soon you’ll be asked to complete our online induction for new students, which gives you more specific information.
Yes. Our House Hunting Team can answer all your questions, and help you find the right place to live.
We run a number of house-hunting events in the summer. Drop in for help and advice.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01223 695123 (if you'll be studying in Cambridge) or 01245 683180 (if you'll be studying in Chelmsford). Our private rented accommodation page has some handy hints and tips, too.
As we have campuses in three cities, we've traditionally offered considerably more student places than other universities in the region.
There are lots of reasons to study with us: