Anglia Ruskin University
Anglia Ruskin University is the university of choice for students and employers in the East of England and operates principally from campuses in Cambridge and Chelmsford
|Telephone:||01245 493 131|
|Address:||East Road, Cambridge|
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Today we have around 30,000 students studying at our campuses and at the colleges that form our Regional University Partnerships. Our two main sites (at Cambridge and Chelmsford) attract a variety of students from the local community as well as the rest of the UK and overseas.
We contribute actively to the economic strength of the region by supporting the growth and success of businesses, government departments, charities and organisations.
We have years of real and credible industry expertise at the cutting edge of Business, Education, Science and Technology, Health, Arts, Law and Social Science.
The needs of every organisation are different and we are unique in supporting those needs. This is achieved by providing a route to academic expertise - a process more commonly referred to as knowledge transfer.
Knowledge transfer can take several forms, such as:-
Product development - achieved through, research, testing and validation or sponsored research.
Staff development - achieved through accredited or unaccredited courses, continuous professional development courses or distance learning.
Specialist facilities - such as operating theatres, forensic labs, mock courtroom, scientific and technical equipment, meeting and conference space
To benefit from our bank of expertise - call us now on 0845 196 3177.
The Big Pitch is a business idea competition exclusively for undergraduate and postgraduate students at Anglia Ruskin University across all campuses: Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough.
Developed with local tech employers, our Digital and Technology Solutions Degree Apprenticeship course is a cost-effective way for you to attract, develop and retain a highly-skilled workforce.
An academic from Anglia Ruskin University’s Global Sustainability Institute has played a key role in a new report being presented to MPs in the House of Commons today [3 July], which shows that quality of life could decline as the UK falls short of meeting UN targets.
3 July 2018Read in full
Topics as varied as the politics of resistance, forensic poetry, accelerated time and free time, and the lexicon of the internet will be covered at Theorem 2018, a PhD conference and exhibition dedicated to the visual arts and practice-based research.
27 June 2018Read in full
LGBT+ teachers working in rural areas are far more likely to suffer mental health problems than those based in urban schools, according to new research by Anglia Ruskin University.
13 June 2018Read in full