About Anglia Ruskin University
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) was awarded university status in 1992. Today, with a student population of 31,000, the University is one of the largest in the East of England.
The University runs courses for students leading to internationally recognised undergraduate and postgraduate British degrees. ARU offers an ever-expanding range of contemporary courses designed to meet the needs of the individual and the requirements of a knowledge-based economy.
As well as the University Centre Peterborough campus near London, ARU has campuses in Cambridge and Chelmsford, attracting students not only from England but in increasing numbers from Europe and internationally. Furthermore, the University has an extensive network of contracts with institutions throughout the world, delivering courses in countries such as Malaysia and Trinidad, and now Malta.
Visit the ARU website.