Don’t forget to register for your course!
It’s quick and easy to register online. We’ll send your username and password before you arrive, so just log in and complete the simple steps.
Send us your photo so we can get your Student ID Card ready for when you arrive.
A selfie is ok as long as we can clearly see your head and shoulders. No filters please!
Have you arranged how you’ll pay your fees and living costs?
Make sure you’ve applied for any funding that you’re eligible for. We’re here to help you with your finances.
Make sure you sort out your accommodation before you arrive at ARU.
Our Residential Service Team will help you find somewhere to stay and advise you on what to bring to help you settle in.
To help you prepare for your studies we’ve created 'ARU Ready to Study', an online introduction which gives you all the information you need before you start your course.
Find out what to expect when you arrive on campus, information about academic study skills and where you can get support while you’re studying.
Remember, you will need to bring photo ID with you to collect your student ID card and for our Right to Study process checks.
Your collection of useful resources to read before you arrive and refer to when you’re here.
Find your Student Charter, Academic Regulations and more here.
The date your course starts will be in the email from your admissions tutor. Make sure you're on campus in time for Welcome week which starts on 17th September.
View your teaching timetable to see when and where your lectures are.
You can access your teaching timetable online and on the Anglia Ruskin App.
Our mobile app gives you quick access to your student emails, timetable, campus maps and much more.
You will also find all our Welcome events and be able to plan your Welcome Week. Download the app now - it’s free!
Use our online resource that explains all the terms you need to know and what support you can access.
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