Anglia Ruskin University

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

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Address: East Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB1 1PT
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.anglia.ac.uk
Membership type:Founder Member (£5,000+VAT pa)

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

The Big Pitch

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.

International experts discuss benefits of music therapy

Leading experts will meet in Cambridge tomorrow (Friday 24 March) to discuss the benefits of introducing music therapy in a range of health and social care environments.

23 March 2017Read in full

Arrowood book cover

Psychologist unveils his working-class Sherlock

“1895: London Society takes its problems to Sherlock Holmes. Everyone else goes to Arrowood.” That’s the intriguing concept of the debut novel Arrowood, written by Anglia Ruskin University academic Dr Mick Finlay and published by HarperCollins/HQ this Thursday (23 March).

21 March 2017Read in full

Topping out ceremony takes place at new Science Centre

Topping out ceremony takes place at new Science Centre

Anglia Ruskin University staff and representatives from main contractors Morgan Sindall have celebrated the topping out of a new £45million Science Centre in Cambridge which will enable more science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students to benefit from state-of-the-art facilities.

21 March 2017Read in full

Children can have ‘out of body experiences’

New research published in the journal Developmental Science shows for the first time that children as young as six can undergo virtual ‘out of body experiences’, with the results demonstrating how the ‘sense of self’ develops.

20 March 2017Read in full

Star students are shortlisted for national awards

Anglia Ruskin University students and staff have been shortlisted for several prizes in the Student Nursing Times Awards 2017 – including three students in the final of the Student Midwife of the Year category.

17 March 2017Read in full

REACTOR launches its first Big Games Challenge

REACTOR – a project led by Anglia Ruskin University and co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to support the growth of an applied gaming sector in the Cambridgeshire/Peterborough region – has this week launched its inaugural Big Games Challenge.

17 March 2017Read in full

Male banana fiddler crab waving

Fiddler crabs are masters of the dating world

A new study shows that the elaborate courtship displays of the male fiddler crab help to advertise both their physical fitness and the size of their home.

15 March 2017Read in full

How butterflies benefit from coffee corridors

New research shows that coffee and timber plantations are providing a safety net for butterfly species in Ethiopia, as the country’s tropical forests are being destroyed at an alarming rate.

15 March 2017Read in full

Anglia Ruskin University welcomed Chinese VIPs

Anglia Ruskin forges stronger links with China

Anglia Ruskin University welcomed senior members of the Chinese government to Cambridge to discuss new partnerships with the country’s higher education institutions.

14 March 2017Read in full

£1m project aims to promote innovative teaching

Anglia Ruskin University is participating in a £1million project to show how innovative active learning and teaching methods can be used by universities on a large scale to benefit students and break down some of the barriers to their success.

14 March 2017Read in full

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Big Games Challenge 2017

29 Mar 2017

An exciting part of the new REACTOR initiative is the annual Big Games Challenge. Each year the challenge will require participants to focus on solving a problem within a particular sector, or on enhancing and improving experiences, with applied gaming.