About Anglia Ruskin University
The Anglia Ruskin University is today one of the largest universities in the East of England with a student population of over 31,000. The Anglia Ruskin University was awarded university in 1992.
The main campuses are at Cambridge and Chelmsford. In addition, the university has an extensive network of contacts with institutions around the world such as Malaysia and Trinidad.
A wide range of courses are offered from five faculties namely: The Ashcroft International Business School; Faculty of Science and Technology; Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences; Faculty of Education; and Faculty of Health and Social Care. The university also a large provider of part-time education.