Frequently asked questions
A list of the most frequently asked questions about starting your studies at Anglia Ruskin University.
When will I receive information about arriving at Anglia Ruskin?
- We'll upload pre-arrival information to the address on your application form at least six weeks before the start of your course. The information will also be uploaded onto these pages. Details of your course/faculty Welcome events can also be found on our welcome pages.
How do I reserve a place on the International & EU Orientation Programme?
How do I book an airport pick-up from Heathrow?
When can I move into University accommodation?
- After you have accepted your offer of accommodation our Residential Service office will inform you when you can move into your accommodation.
What happens if I arrive at my University provided accommodation outside the hours of 9am-5pm?
- If possible try your best to arrive between 9am-5pm. If you know you will be arriving before after 5pm contact our Residential Service office so that arrangements can be made for you to collect your keys. If you unexpectedly arrive out of these hours (for example, if your plane is delayed) then you should go to our Security Office on campus, or call +44 (0)1245 495918. Use +44 outside the UK or the (0) within the UK before dialling the number.
How do I open a UK bank account?
- We will help you when you arrive. Only after you have fully registered can you open an account.
How can I get my student email address?
- Once you have registered/enrolled you will be able to access your Anglia Ruskin email account.
How do I complete my registration with Anglia Ruskin?
- Closer to enrolment date we send you a user name and password so that you can register online before you arrive. Within five days of completing your registration you can see your timetable. If you download our Anglia Ruskin app you can see your timetable on your phone or tablet device.
How do I register with the police?
- Some students from outside the European Economic Area are required to register with the police on arrival. Your visa in your passport will clearly indicate if police registration is necessary for you. If so, upon your arrival in the UK, you must register with the police within seven days, the International Office will help you. See our Pre-Departure guide for more information.
Pre-departure guide (part 1: Planning your arrival)
Pre-departure guide (part 2: Arriving and Living in the UK)
I will miss the International Orientation Programme. What do I do?
- Make your travel plans as soon as possible. Let us know your date of arrival by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. When you arrive you should come to see an adviser in our International Office as soon as possible.