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2016/17 International Prospectus

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Hello and Welcome Thank you for taking an interest in Anglia Ruskin University. I very much hope you will join our progressive, thriving and highly successful academic community. Whilst this prospectus will give you much of the information you need, I also encourage you to explore our website and to meet our team during our various overseas events. We are proud to be a global university, working hard to make our goal of taking university education in imaginative new directions a reality. But we are also proud of our long history. This dates back to 1858, when John Ruskin founded the Cambridge School of Art, now part of our Cambridge campus. Ruskin had wide-ranging interests, including painting, architecture and philosophy; with a creative, enquiring mind, he was not afraid to be unconventional. These are all qualities we encourage in our students, not only because they enrich academic life here but because they are the very skills that the community values in our graduates. You can take advantage of these opportunities at one of our three main campuses: in Cambridge itself, the historic seat of learning; or in one of two cathedral cities, Chelmsford and Peterborough. All three campuses offer a lively, rewarding setting for student life, and provide access to excellent facilities for study, sports, and social activities. We are constantly striving to improve our campuses, and our developments continue with the needs of our students and the environment

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in mind. Our campuses reflect our environmental values and we encourage ‘green’ thinking, for example through our encouragement of the use of public transport. Our international outlook is something else you will notice. Increasing numbers of overseas students choose to study with us, helping us develop a truly diverse community here – so be ready to meet people from widely differing cultures and backgrounds and with very different life experiences from your own. We know that choosing a University is one of the most important decisions you will make and we hope you enjoy finding out more about us, and that you will consider joining us. We are committed to making your time here happy and fulfilling – and to supporting you in your next steps in life. Whatever you read in the press, the personal and economic case for the value of a university education remains compelling. After a university education you will never be the same again!

Professor Iain Martin Vice Chancellor

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Contents

Semester dates For pathways and modules delivered on a semester basis.

Why choose Anglia Ruskin

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September 2016 start

Welcome from our International Team

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Orientation Programme for new students: Thursday 15 – Friday 16 September 2016

Cambridge campus

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Welcome Week: Monday 17 – Friday 23 September 2016

Chelmsford campus

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Teaching starts: Monday 26 September 2016

London campus

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Teaching finishes: Friday 16 December 2016

Peterborough campus

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Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences

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Christmas vacation: Monday 19 December 2016 – Monday 2 January 2017 (inclusive)

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

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Faculty of Medical Science

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Orientation Programme for new students: Thursday 26 – Friday 27 January 2017

Faculty of Science & Technology

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Teaching starts: Monday 30 January 2017

Lord Ashcroft International Business School

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Teaching finishes: Friday 5 May 2017

Research at Anglia Ruskin University

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Easter vacation: Monday 18 April – Friday 22 April 2017 (inclusive)

How to apply (research students)

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English Language support & English courses

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Cambridge Ruskin International College

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Welcome Week: Monday 18 – Friday 22 September 2017

Accommodation

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Teaching starts: Monday 25 September 2017

Tuition fees and scholarships

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Student visas and immigration

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How to apply

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How to find us

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January 2017 start

September 2017 start* Orientation Programme for new students: Thursday 14 – Friday 15 September 2017

*September 2017 start dates are provisional and may be subject to change. Students studying on a trimester basis will follow a slightly different academic calendar, which will involve teaching over the summer holiday.

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Why choose Anglia Ruskin Here at Anglia Ruskin, you can pursue your passion with confidence that you’ll be gaining the expertise that’ll make you stand out.

40,000 students

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nationalities

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continents

With a wide range of courses we offer, there’s a way for you to learn and be part of an ambitious, academic community led by inspiring, award-winning tutors. You’ll become part of our vibrant culture of questioning, and researching – transforming the world around you.

A strong focus on Employability Skills and close collaboration with businesses and industry.

Section at a glance Cambridge campus, go to page 8

Chelmsford campus, go to page 12

Overall,

91.3% of international students are satisfied with their experience here at Anglia Ruskin. (International Student Barometer, Autumn 2015)

London campus, go to page 16

Peterborough campus, go to page 18

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Our roots date back to

1858

when John Ruskin opened our Cambridge School of Art.

Affordable tuition fees for high quality courses. Transformative research From saving lives to conserving water, our

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Research Institutes

are making a difference. Our graduates have a

9 out of 10

chance of getting a job, a better chance than most other graduates of securing a permanent job, and are likely to beat the average graduate salary – all within six months of leaving us. (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey 2013/14)

ÂŁ122 million invested in facilities in the last five years.

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world-leading research areas

recognised by the UK's Higher Education Funding bodies latest assessment.* We are ranked in the

Top 3 in the UK for our University Orientation for new international students (Autumn 2013 International Student Barometer)

Our international support services are recognised as amongst the best (International Student Barometer 2013.)

Many of our courses are professionally accredited by chartered institutes and professional bodies and also offer a placement year.

Wide range of courses, most have both September and January start dates.

* Research Excellence Framework (REF), 2014

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Welcome from our International team Our dedicated and friendly International Office team will support you throughout your application process, arrival and help make your first steps towards joining us as easy as possible.

We work alongside all other departments at Anglia Ruskin to offer you a friendly and personal service that provides advice on matters such as: • Course entry requirements and the application process • Visas • Student welfare • English language support • Fees and scholarships • Accommodation

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We have an amazing team of International Officers that travel all over the world to meet you. They make regular visits to various cities to talk to you about Anglia Ruskin and help you every step of the way. You can find details of events in your country and information on our in-country representatives on our website anglia.ac.uk/yourcountry If you have any questions or doubts, do not hesitate to contact us. Visit anglia.ac.uk/international Email international@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0)1245 493131

We hope to welcome you soon to Anglia Ruskin!


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Cambridge campus Located in Cambridge city centre, our campus has fantastic facilities that make learning and living here a great experience. In recent years we’ve invested heavily in new buildings, including high quality en-suite student accommodation. Our campus continually evolves, with new teaching and research centres, reflecting our growth. If you want to study in inspiring surroundings and a world famous city, this is the place to be.

What’s on campus, at-a-glance Here’s a brief summary of what’s available on-campus, for more information visit anglia.ac.uk/cambridge

400-seat

Open-access area with 250 computers.

lecture theatre.

Students’ Union

Roof terraces and courtyards for Extensive library open

Two 200-seat lecture theatres.

relaxing between lectures.

24 hours a day during semester time.

Large,

266-seat Mumford Theatre.

Ruskin Gallery 10

Employment Bureau

well-equipped gym. Four catering outlets, including Costa Coffee and a café/restaurant offering hot and cold meals.

Student shop John Smith’s Bookshop

Student Support Services

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Harvard-style

lecture theatre.

Medical Centre

Campuswide WiFi


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Laboratories, studios and other facilities If you’re studying drama or music, how about professional studios and a touring quality theatre? Or if you’re in engineering or life sciences, how about fully-equipped labs and workshops? Teacher? Artist? Sports scholar? Wait until you see what we have for you! Our courses focus on employability, so we’ve equipped our Faculties with the kind of resources you’ll be using in your future career. It’s all about being ready to hit the ground running when you graduate. Here are some examples of what you’ll find: • University Eye Clinic (open to the public) • R  ehearsal spaces (for performing-arts courses) • F  orensic science laboratories, complete with a scene-of-crime unit • S  pacious art studios in the original Cambridge School of Art building, built to maximise light • A TV studio • Multimedia sound and recording studios • A  Human Energetics Sports Science Laboratory • L  anguage Centre and Multimedia Language Laboratories • Health and Life Sciences centre

University Library Open 24 hours a day during semester time, our library has extensive print and digital collections, as well as open access computers, quiet study spaces, group study areas and bookable meeting rooms. Visit anglia.ac.uk/library John Smith’s Bookshop Located on campus, John Smith’s is more than just a convenient place to buy books or other course materials. John Smith’s stocks an extensive range of text books and background reading materials as well as a comprehensive range of general and fashion stationery, electronic products and gifts.

Mumford Theatre Right on-campus, the Mumford Theatre hosts a packed calendar of performances by our students, local groups and touring artists. This includes free lunchtime concerts by internationally known musicians from many genres, as well as productions covering dance, comedy, drama and children’s theatre. If you’d like to know more about the Mumford Theatre and its programme visit anglia.ac.uk/mumfordtheatre Ruskin Gallery With its ground-breaking digital technology and traditional viewing spaces, this is a spectacular place to view art. We feature the work of our students from Cambridge School of Art, as well as national and international touring exhibitions. The gallery’s open to the public and admission is free, so you can indulge your passion for art or simply pass a relaxing hour in the company of some great artists. Visit anglia.ac.uk/ruskingallery

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Young Street Cambridge Young Street Cambridge is our spectacular new £9 million development: a stateof-the-art clinical teaching facility for undergraduates and professionals. The development houses our Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education and Faculty of Medical Science providing teaching space for our nursing and health courses. It also provides two additional buildings complete with a 200-seat lecture theatre, cafe, seminar rooms, office space, the Vision and Eye Research Unit (VERU) and cycle parking. Eye clinic We’re one of the few UK universities to have our own eye clinic. This is open to the public and supports our eye and vision-related teaching and research. Visit anglia.ac.uk/eyeclinic The iCentre Located on campus, this is the place to come to hand in your course assignments, ask about university services or regulations, pick up your student ID card and much, much more. If our experienced staff can’t help they’ll know someone who can. It’s a handy resource open to all our students. Visit anglia.ac.uk/icentre

Campus gym Work out on the latest exercise machines, pump up with free weights or join one of our instructor-led exercise classes. Located in the Helmore building, our gym’s open seven days a week for the use of students and staff. Additionally we’ve negotiated a special student rate with Kelsey Kerridge Sports Centre, five minutes from campus. Sports facilities Anglia Ruskin is an ambitious sports university with facilities to match. The latest is our Howe’s Close outdoor sports ground, which will provide floodlit grass and artificial pitches, a new pavilion and dressing rooms, warm-up and training areas.

A little history… We can trace our origins to 1858, when John Ruskin opened the School of Art in Cambridge in East Road. As you’ll see from any visit, we’ve come a long way in the intervening years and especially recently, thanks to a sustained multimillion investment in people, buildings and resources.

Many sports are represented here with some, such as cricket and judo, taking place at elite levels. Every level of ability is catered for and you can try your hand at different sports through our social sport programme without having to commit to a club. Visit anglia.ac.uk/sport Future developments Cambridge campus We’re also creating a revolutionary combined science centre with high tech labs and teaching rooms, equipped with the latest industry standard equipment and digital teaching aids.

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Chelmsford campus Close to the city centre and in the University and Innovation quarter, the campus is the base for many cutting edge courses and research programmes. Modern buildings set in landscaped grounds next to the River Chelmer provide the setting for a friendly, talented community of students and staff.

Here are some of the key landmarks William Harvey Building This is our well-equipped training centre for midwifery, mental healthcare and surgery. Our students learn authentically through the use of our state-of-the-art facilities that mirror real life clinical situations, UK hospital wards and an Early Childhood classroom. Visit our Faculty page anglia.ac.uk/fhsce Marconi Building This £15 million high tech building has an amphitheatre, 150-seat lecture theatre, mock law court, engineering and architecture studios. Visit anglia.ac.uk/marconibuilding Many of our science and technology courses are taught here. To find out more, visit our Faculty page anglia.ac.uk/fst

Lord Ashcroft Building This award-winning building houses one of the largest business and management schools in the region. It’s a globally renowned centre for students, researchers and businesses to share learning. Over 100 teaching staff and 6,000 students from 100 countries are attached to the business school, attracted by research and teaching that’s at the cutting edge of business and management practice. Many organisations, including SMEs, major companies and universities collaborate with us here in Chelmsford, through joint research projects or as users of our consultancy services. This gives our students valuable exposure to the real business world, as well as work experience and employment opportunities. The real world of financial trading has entered the classroom, thanks to our new state-ofthe-art Bloomberg room. The £160,000 Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab has 16 terminals, four screens showing Bloomberg News, BBC World, CNBC and Sky News, and a “ticker” displaying share prices from stock markets worldwide. Students can use the portfolio manager facility on Bloomberg – the world’s leading platform for global business and finance news, data, analytical tools and research – to trade and invest using virtual money. This enables students to understand the strategies and techniques employed by real-life traders and investors as they aim to maximise portfolio returns. Visit anglia.ac.uk/ashcroft

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Postgraduate Medical Institute (PMI) PMI is a partnership that includes all of the NHS acute hospitals, primary care trusts and mental health trusts in Essex, as well as Essex County Council, Ramsay and Nuffield Hospitals, The Royal Society for Public Health and the five faculties of Anglia Ruskin University. This is our spectacular new hub for postgraduate clinical research and teaching – and it’s fast becoming known internationally as a centre of excellence. Facilities include two large lecture theatres, a simulation suite for training professionals in a variety of patient settings, a Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB) Research Laboratory, and a state-of-the-art Gait and Motion Analysis Laboratory. For full details visit anglia.ac.uk/pmi Student Village This is on-campus and offers high quality, mainly en-suite accommodation, as well as village amenities such as sports pitches, sports hall and gym, shops, pharmacy, laundrette and medical centre. Visit anglia.ac.uk/housing


Chelmsford at-a-glance Vibrant

city with clubs, bars, cafés and restaurants, as well as live-music venues. High quality sports and leisure facilities, including an indoor/outdoor athletic centre, swimming pool and golf courses.

Home of Essex County Cricket Club, Chelmsford City Football Club and the Chelmsford Chieftains Ice Hockey Team.

Three theatres,

a multi–screen cinema, Chelmsford Film Club and the Chelmsford and Essex Museum.

Large shopping centres and malls.

Eight green flag parks and riverside setting.

Over 11,000 businesses and 80,000 jobs, making it one of the major

employment centres in south-east England.

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The venue for the annual

V Festival

held in Hylands Park.

The only World Health Organisation ‘Safe Community’ in the UK.

London is 30 minutes away by direct train.

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The MedBIC Business Innovation Centre, Medical and Advanced Engineering The MedBIC, our new £6 million business innovation centre, is a local government collaboration that provides workspaces, workshops, specialised labs and business support to start-up and early stage companies involved in health, medical technology, advanced engineering and other related sectors. Having these businesses located on campus also provides our students employment, internships and industry-related research opportunities. Visit medbic.com StartupLab at The MedBIC Located within The MedBIC, the StartupLab is a dedicated space where Anglia Ruskin students with early stage business ideas and projects can test and develop them in a supportive environment among like-minded peers. Students signing up to the StartupLab are allocated a mentor to help them develop and fast-track their business idea. Visit anglia.ac.uk/startup University Library Our redeveloped Chelmsford campus library houses an impressive range of collections and offers excellent study facilities, including open-access computers, quiet study areas, group study areas and bookable rooms. Visit anglia.ac.uk/library

John Smith’s bookshop Located on campus, John Smith’s is more than just a convenient place to buy books or other course materials. John Smith’s stocks an extensive range of text books and background reading materials as well as a comprehensive range of general and fashion stationery, electronic products and gifts. The iCentre Located on campus, this is the place to come to hand in your course assignments, ask about university services or regulations, pick up your Student ID and much much more. If our experienced staff can’t help they’ll know someone who can. It’s a handy resource open to all our students. Gym and sports hall Sport’s well-catered for here – whether you fancy a casual five-a-side game with your friends or want to get involved competitively with a university club or team. You can also keep fit in a wellequipped gym or join one of our exercise classes. If you want to try something new you’re also in the right place, as we run ‘taster’ sessions in a variety of sports. You can come along, get some informal coaching and have a go without the commitment of joining a club.

Leisure activities There’s plenty to do on-campus when you’re relaxing, with many activities centred around the Students’ Union – including clubs and societies, cultural events, volunteering and gig nights. Chelmsford is a thriving city with a variety of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as theatres, cinemas and a county cricket ground. London’s 30 minutes away by train. A little history... We can trace our Chelmsford campus’ roots back to 1893, when adult furthereducation classes for 50 students were held in Crane Court, Chelmsford. In 1904, Lord Rayleigh laid a foundation stone in Market Road. This was the first step towards creating purpose-built further-education buildings in Chelmsford. In recent years we’ve transformed our campus, investing many millions of pounds in state-of-the-art buildings and facilities for our students and staff. To find out more about studying with us in Chelmsford visit anglia.ac.uk/mychelmsford

The facilities here include Mildmay Sports Hall and Mildmay Fitness Suite, and access to outdoor and artificial pitches. Visit anglia.ac.uk/sport

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London campus Location The campus is situated in the Clerkenwell district of London, within a few minutes’ walk of the City (London’s financial Square Mile), the Inns of Court (legal district) and the Thames. Tourist attractions such as Covent Garden, Oxford Street, Leicester Square and the South Bank are a few minutes’ bus or tube ride away. Getting around London in general is very easy. The Clerkenwell/Farringdon Road area includes the historic Smithfield market and a cosmopolitan community of businesses, studios, cafes, shops, pubs and restaurants has grown around it. London campus Our central London campus specialises in business and finance courses and is close to the capital’s financial ‘Square Mile’. You will find five floors of state-of-the-art lecture theatres, seminar rooms, PC-equipped study areas and space for you to work, relax and socialise. It’s the ideal place to develop your skills, while experiencing one of the world’s great capital cities. Getting to and from the campus is easy. Underground and National Rail (Thameslink) services stop at nearby Farringdon Road station and London has excellent bus services.

Campus facilities Our high tech lecture theatres, seminar rooms, computer labs and study areas really bring teaching and learning to life, so you can get the most from your course. There’s a large library that carries all of the core texts and online archives for each course, as well as dedicated areas suitable for study groups, quiet study or simply catching up on your emails. If you need to refuel, there is a cafeteria in the building, as well as a popular student common room and a games room with pool tables and table tennis. WiFi is available throughout the building. Student welfare and community We have a student support team based on-campus to help and advise you confidentially on a range of issues, including studying, accommodation, money, health, welfare and student visas. You can also speak to elected members of the campus Student Council. They’re there to help you and represent their fellow students’ interests. Student social life tends to revolve around the cafeteria and common room and we offer a number of sports, including football, cricket and rounders. For more sports and social activities you can join Student Central London as an affiliate member. This will give you access to sports, societies, gyms and numerous social events. Visit studentcentral.london/about/ membership

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Facilities include: High tech

lecture spaces.

Large library that carries all of the core texts and online archives for each course.

WiFi throughout. Seminar rooms, computer labs and study areas. Games room with pool and table tennis.

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Peterborough campus Peterborough is home to our Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education, based at Guild House. The revamped site is a superb learning environment benefiting from new skills labs, lecture spaces and breakout areas.

Library At Guild House we have an extensive digital library, giving you access to databases, e-journals and e-books whenever you need it. Our library also has plenty of space for group work and discussion, individual silent study, multimedia, networked PCs, and WiFi. The library’s opening hours vary at different times of year, but you’ll find our friendly and expert staff on hand at our Help Desk to offer support. We also run a comprehensive programme of information and study skills training. Skills lab The clinical skills lab is designed to mirror a real-life nursing environment. Student nurses use the facility to develop their practical nursing skills, such as moving and handling, resuscitation, bed making, aseptic techniques and infection control. Accommodation For information on nursing accommodation available, visit our student accommodation website. Accommodation is also available at the Taverners Hall development.

Facilities include:

Large lecture spaces.

Students’ Union and Student Services.

Visit tavernershall.co.uk

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Modern skills lab complete with state-of-the-art nursing equipment. Specialist health library and extensive digital library providing on and off-campus access to databases, e-journals and e-books.

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seat breakout area.

Student common area including pool table and café.

WiFi throughout.

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Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences Our Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences is made up of five departments: Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Law School, English & Media, Humanities & Social Sciences, Music & Performing Arts. The Language Services Unit also forms a part of our vibrant faculty. We’re renowned for our teaching and research excellence, student support, student success and courses of a national and international reputation.

Section at a glance To find out about Undergraduate Courses, go to pages 22-24 To find out about Postgraduate Courses, go to pages 25-27

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Why study with us? • W  e offer excellent employability opportunities: over 100 of our MA Children’s Book Illustration graduates have signed Publishing deals and most of our MA Publishing graduates immediately secure jobs in the industry. • W  e’re the only university in Cambridge offering Art and Design at degree level. • O  ur graduates are unique. They include the illustrator Thomas Taylor, who designed the first ever Harry Potter book cover and Nic Benns, Emmyaward-winning and BAFTA-nominated, producer of films, including Johnny English and The Day of the Triffids. • W  e have a mix of UK and international students representing over 80 countries. In addition to academic English support and research seminars throughout the year, we also offer an exciting programme of social events including faculty parties and quiz nights, free lunchtime music concerts and art exhibitions.

State-of-the-Art Facilities • W  e have the UK’s largest universitybased Music and Dramatherapy centre. • T  he Ruskin Gallery, our professional and ground-breaking digital art gallery, shows touring exhibitions of international standing as well as student work. • E  xplore our light, bright art spaces alongside 3D workshops, industrystandard film and photographic studios. • P  ractice your profession in our mock courtrooms – for staging law debates and elements of the criminal justice process. • P  erform and view touring theatre productions, comedy and concerts at the Mumford Theatre.

Research Expertise In the last Research Assessment Exercise, we achieved outstanding success, with areas rated as having ‘world-leading’ research and five subjects as having ‘international’ level research. Our History and English research was rated among the best in the country demonstrating the up-to-the minute expertise we offer throughout your time with us.

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Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences

Undergraduate courses Computer Games Art BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Develop cutting-edge creative skills on a degree course we designed with professional artists and games companies.

Creative Music Technology BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Learn how to use the latest technologies to compose, record, perform and produce music or sound in today’s creative industries.

Criminology BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: BA, Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Become an expert on crime and criminal justice, on a degree course that combines theory and research training with practical experience.

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Drama BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Gain an understanding of theories of drama to help you devise, stage and perform exciting theatre.

Drama and English Literature BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Gain a deeper, more practical understanding of texts and performance pieces and grow, as a performer, commentator and thinker.

Drama and Film Studies BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Create and perform your work in professional surroundings. Learn and experience every aspect of the job you want in film or theatre.

Criminology and Sociology BA (Hons)

English Language and English Language Teaching BA (Hons)

Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Course overview: Explore the broader social, economic, political and cultural implications of crime and criminality with our friendly, expert lecturers.

Course overview: As well as BA (Hons), you can graduate with the CELTA qualification. CELTA is recognised worldwide for English teaching.

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English Language and Linguistics BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Develop a deep technical understanding of English and explore specialist career modules such as Creative Writing and Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

English Language Studies (for non-native speakers of English) BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Take your English to a level where you can express yourself effectively in any situation, including business, academia and the media.

English Literature BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Study some of the most exciting books ever written and develop practical work skills that employers will value.

Fashion Design BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Learn and experience the creative and commercial aspects of fashion. Experiment, refine your style, and create a stunning portfolio.


Film and Television Production BA (Hons)

Graphic Design BA (Hons)

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Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Course: BA (Hons) Film Studies Country of origin: Turkey

Course overview: Experience every aspect of modern production, from screenwriting to postproduction, using our professional studios to create your own work.

Course overview: Working on design briefs using industrystandard technology, you will develop your skills and style, ready for a successful design career.

Film Studies BA (Hons)

History BA (Hons)

Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Study the theory and history of film. Train in our cutting-edge production studios. Create and show your own work. Build a thrilling portfolio.

Film Studies and Media Studies BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Benefit from expert tuition, high-profile work placements and exceptional facilities to make and show your own films and broaden your understanding of media.

Fine Art BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Develop a deep understanding of Fine Art and pursue your creative passions, supported by acclaimed tutors within an inspiring Art School.

Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Make studying the past the key to your future. You will graduate with advanced workplace-related skills that many employers need.

Illustration BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Explore new techniques, develop your own visual language and join our many graduates as a professional illustrator.

Illustration and Animation BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Develop innovative, technical skills to succeed as an illustrator, animator and 3D designer in the exciting, growing media industry.

Deniz Johns

“This programme appealed to me immediately as it covered a very wide range of areas in film studies including theory and practice. In these last three years, I have become immersed in so many creative activities that have helped me to grow personally and professionally. I have worked for the Cambridge Film Festival, I co-produced a short film, one of my video works was screened at an international film festival, another at the Arts Picturehouse in a special female filmmakers’ screening. In addition, I was awarded a grant by Anglia Ruskin University to participate in a unique silent film festival in Italy, Le Giornate Del Cinema Muto. I visited Venice Architecture Biennale and got an artist residency in Germany for two months, where I taught a video production course and programmed a film-screening event. Most recently, my 16mm film was screened at the Serpentine Gallery along with many other artist filmmakers.”

Interior Design BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Gain the creative, technical and business skills you need for a successful career, designing the spaces in which we live, work and play.

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Law LLB (Hons)

Philosophy BA (Hons)

Politics BA (Hons)

Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Available starts: September, January (January start available in Cambridge only)

Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Course overview: This highly respected degree qualifies you for vocational training as a Solicitor or Barrister and is useful for many other careers.

Media Studies BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Whether you are dreaming of working as a writer, producer, presenter or technical specialist, you will find the right training and work experience here.

Music BA (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Within our exciting creative community you can blend playing and performing with composition, technology, music production and academic studies.

Performing Arts BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Become a confident, exciting music and drama performer, honing your talents with world-renowned tutors and creatively ambitious fellow artists.

Course overview: Consider some of mankind’s ‘big questions’ and develop thinking and communication skills valued by employers.

Course overview: Learn how politics changes your world. Develop your critical skills by analysing key political structures and institutions from history, then use them to gain an insight into future political landscapes.

Philosophy and English Literature BA (Hons)

Popular Music BA(Hons)

Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Course overview: Write, perform, collaborate, explore and learn about popular music genres, technology, history, theory and how to succeed in today’s industry.

Course overview: Critical, analytical and interpretative skills are highly valued by employers. Here you can perfect them, studying the great thinkers, authors and works.

Photography BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Develop the creative, technical and business skills you need to stand out as an innovative, successful, professional photographer.

Policing and Criminal Justice BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Explore the criminal justice system and how the police tackle crime. You’ll acquire in-depth knowledge and practical skills about law enforcement.

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Sociology BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Gain further insights into why people live, work and interact as they do, and develop skills valuable to employers.

Writing and English Literature BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Combining study and analysis of great literature with writing workshops, master classes and mentoring, this is your route to a published future.

Writing and Film Studies BA (Hons) Intermediate awards: Dip HE, Cert HE Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Train to be a screenwriter or film journalist. This degree combines practical writing and film-making modules with an academic study of film.

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Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences

Postgraduate courses Applied Linguistics and TESOL MA Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Distance Learning Available starts: September, January Course overview: Explore the latest linguistics theories, teaching methodologies and how you can apply them to your classroom practice.

Body Psychotherapy (Top-Up) MA

Creative Writing MA

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Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Courtney Dicmas

Course overview: Take your writing further. Work on your own creative writing projects, study great authors and hone your style with experienced tutors and a supportive group.

Criminology MA

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Course overview: Top up your professional qualification to Masters level. Develop your research skills and practical understanding of the latest, best practice.

Course overview: Explore the nature, causes, policing and punishment of transnational crime, on a practical course designed to enhance your criminal justice career.

Children’s Book Illustration MA

Dramatherapy MA

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Develop your creative skills and career on this inspiring studio-based course supported by internationally-known illustrators, writers and publishers.

Computer Games Development (Art) MA Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Channel your creativity and join a multi-skilled team to develop the next generation of video games.

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: You will graduate as a fully-qualified dramatherapist with a firm grasp of the latest concepts and solid experience gained from clinical placements.

Course: MA Children’s Book Illustration Country of origin: USA “Since I have enrolled in this MA Children’s Book Illustration at Anglia Ruskin, I feel like I have finally found my place in the world. The course is comprised of students from all corners of the globe, from South Korea, Italy, Norway, Vietnam, Poland, China, Thailand, Venezuela, Australia, England and the USA. It makes for a vibrant and incredibly supportive, creative environment. The course leaders, Martin Salisbury and Pam Smy work tirelessly to present us with a wide variety of international guest lecturers, published illustrators, editors and art directors, as well as organising opportunities to meet with publishers to show our work at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair. For its international reputation, strong contacts within the industry of children’s publishing, fantastic tutors, and nutritive creative environment I would recommend this course highly to anyone interested in taking their creative skills to the next level and jump-starting their dreams of a lifelong career in illustration.”

English Literature MA

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Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Burcu Simsek Benderli

Course overview: Advanced teaching and research training make this course ideal professional development for teachers or preparation for PhD studies and an academic career.

Fashion Design MA Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Course: MA Applied Linguistics and TESOL Country of origin: Turkey “My studies at Anglia Ruskin University provided me with a great opportunity to meet international students and UK professionals. The course was very industry-oriented and allowed me to work in the publishing industry immediately, well equipped for just about any task in a publishing house.”

Course overview: Develop your creative skills, technical knowledge and commercial understanding of the industry, while building your own portfolio with our experts’ support.

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Film and Television Production MA

Intercultural Communication MA

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Course overview: Explore and practise the creative and commercial roles of Producer and Director in relation to factual TV and digital media content production.

Course overview: Whether you are working in marketing or doing business internationally, this will give you the cultural map you need to engage successfully.

Fine Art MA

International Business Law LLM

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Research and develop your Fine Art practice, experience collaboration and curation, and test new ideas in a professional setting.

Graphic Design and Typography MA Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Refresh your thinking, learn new skills and update your industry knowledge, working with leading designers on this highly respected course.

Illustration and Book Arts MA Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop your own visual style with the support of our unique facilities and expert staff.

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Industry View Adrian Brink Director Course: MA Publishing Organisation: The Lutterworth Press “We have found the students on the Anglia Ruskin University Publishing very useful. They have helped in our editorial and our sales departments, and I think that the opportunity has benefitted both them and us. In particular, working in the environment of a small company has enabled them to see a wide range of tasks, and to see how different aspects of the MA course fit into the actual publishing process.”

Course overview: Gain legal expertise and an understanding of the international context of the law, essential for international practice.

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International Commercial Law LLM

Course: MA Intercultural Communication

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Build an up-to-date knowledge of the areas of International Commercial Law most relevant today, with tuition and advice from our expert team.

International Relations MA Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Get a thorough theoretical and practical grounding. Then choose from career-specific modules ranging from communication and conflict to policing and security.

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Jason Alumnus

“I now teach English in an elementary school in Seoul, Korea, which I hope will lead to a teaching position in a university. Being in a classroom with many different nationalities was a good way of studying intercultural communication from both a hands-on and theoretical perspective.”


Legal Practice Course PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: High quality tuition and careers advice will prepare you for the point where you qualify for a training contract with a legal employer.

Legal Practice (Top-Up) LLM Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Top up your Legal Practice Course or Bar Professional Training Course to an LLM in Legal Practice, to explore a particular aspect of professional practice in depth.

Music Therapy MA

Printmaking MA Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Train in traditional and high technology print media, receive expert advice and pursue your own projects in our highly equipped studios.

Publishing MA Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Master the creative, commercial, legal and digital aspects of Publishing, with a degree developed and delivered with leading publishers.

Sociology MA

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Course overview: Graduate as a fully qualified Therapist with a sound practical knowledge of the latest therapeutic concepts and musical approaches.

Course overview: Expand your professional skills or train for research. This programme covers the latest subject areas, issues and research techniques.

Photography MA

TESOL and Materials Development MA

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Take your technical skills, creativity and critical appreciation to the next level, experiment in our specialist studios and enjoy expert tuition.

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Study the latest concepts in linguistics, teaching and multimedia. Then practise using them to create materials for different situations and needs.

Student View Kim Maya Sutton (International alumna) Course: MA Publishing Organisation: Safkhet Publishing “My studies at Anglia Ruskin University provided me with a great opportunity to meet international students and UK professionals. The course was very industry-oriented and allowed me to work in the publishing industry immediately, well equipped for just about any task in a publishing house.”

Industry View Nancy Roberts (Industry speaker on the course) Global Production and Operations Director Course: MA Publishing Organisation: Cambridge University Press “Teaching on the MA course was really inspirational; the students were well-informed and knowledgeable, and full of ideas about the future of publishing. I especially like the hands-on nature of the course, which allows students to see what working in the industry is really like, and equips them with the skills to hit the ground running in their first jobs.”

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education Our Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education has a purposeful and dynamic vision to improve the health, social care and education of local, national and international communities through high-quality teaching, research and consultancy. Our departments have a range of courses that meet the demands of international health, social care and education providers and students. With interdisciplinary work a point of strength, you’ll have the opportunity to specialise in an area of excellence as well as draw on other areas such as nursing, midwifery, education and social work from across the faculty to supplement and enrich your learning.

Section at a glance To find out about Undergraduate Courses, go to page 30 To find out about Postgraduate Courses, go to pages 31–32

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Why study with us?

Research Expertise

• 9  5% of graduates are in employment or further study within 6 months of completing their course. Our graduates are able to build a career in health, social care and education.

We provide a creative environment to address real issues across health, social care and education. Our Faculty brings together a range of professionals to engage in world-leading research and innovation to benefit both our students and staff.

• Q  uality is critical to us and the standard of our up-to-date qualifications are second to none and recognised by organisations such as the UK Nursing and Midwifery Council and The Health and Care Professions Council. • W  e’re a centre of high quality research with internationally-recognised professors at the forefront of their fields. You can be confident that our teaching is cutting-edge. • S  tate-of-the-art skills laboratories built in collaboration with the National Health Service, where you’ll have the opportunity to gain hands-on, simulated clinical experience.

State-of-the-Art Facilities We pride ourselves on our exceptional facilities including simulated clinical skills laboratories and wall mounted audiovisual equipment. These facilities give our students the opportunity to gain hands-on simulated experience in realistic facilities that emulate real healthcare and UK hospitals.

In 2014 our Veterans and Families Institute was set up and is carrying out valuable research into the impact of military experience on veterans and their loved ones. With our research in Social Work and Social Policy rated as world-leading in the Research Excellence Framework last year, we are continuing to break new ground. We have also set up a number of research units dedicated to making advancements in research and improving practice. These include our Anglia Ruskin Nursing Research Unit, our Early Childhood Research Group, Participatory Inquiry Forum and the Social Inclusion Research Group. From nursing to early childhood education, social inclusion to mobile learning, our staff and students are passionate about research that makes a difference.

Our faculty also benefits from a fully resourced Early Childhood Research and Resource Centre that gives our early years students the opportunity to develop the skills they need to work in professional settings by experimenting with spaces, equipment and play activities.

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Undergraduate courses Acute Care (Level 6 Top-Up) BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Continue your professional development as a skilled practitioner learning the practical knowledge related to acute, cardiac and diabetes care.

Early Childhood Studies BA (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Study and experience the theoretical, practical and policy aspects of providing world-class Early Years teaching and support services.

Education and Childhood Studies BA (Hons) Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Choose this course if you want to learn how to make a difference in children’s lives through policy, research and practice.

Education Studies BA (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September

Education, Technology and Computing BA (Hons) * Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: At a time when there’s increasing emphasis on computer science in schools, and huge growth in digital technology in education, the economy and society, our course will give you expertise in this important area. *This is a new course and is subject to validation, contact us for more details.

International Nursing Studies (Level 6 Top-Up) BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Gain a deeper understanding of international nursing standards and the needs of acutely ill patients from diverse cultural backgrounds. This course is for registered nurses only.

Social Policy BA (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Want to change the world? This course will equip you to analyse and maybe even solve the big issues societies face today.

Course overview: How should education adapt to tomorrow’s multicultural, digital world? Grow your understanding – and career – with this influential course.

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Postgraduate courses Adult Critical Care Nursing MSc

Early Childhood Education MA

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Distance Learning Available starts: September

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Course overview: Develop your nursing and leadership skills as an advanced international practitioner, guided by your personal tutor and our expert team.

Course overview: Gain a deep understanding of the lives, development, education and care of children internationally, aged 0 to 8.

Advanced Midwifery Practice MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford, Distance Learning Available starts: September, January Course overview: Learn advanced skills with which to manage normal or complex births. Provide better care. Be the best at what you do.

Children and Young People MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Continue your professional development as a skilled planner, leader and provider of successful, efficient, ‘joined up’ services.

Diabetes Care MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Peterborough Available starts: September, January Course overview: Enhance your skills and knowledge of the management of diabetes in both children and adults across a range of health care services.

Education MA Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Whatever your role in education, this programme offers valuable specialist modules that will address the key challenges and issues you face.

International Social Welfare and Social Policy MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Gain the knowledge, skills and qualities you need to make life better for entire populations – through policy development and change..

Learning and Teaching (Higher Education) PG Cert Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford, Distance Learning Available starts: September, January

Educational Leadership and Management MBA

Course overview: Universities worldwide use this online course as professional development for their academic staff. Bring greater understanding to your teaching.

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Distance Learning Available starts: September, January

Mental Health MSc

Course overview: Equip yourself for the challenges of leading and managing organisations, institutions and services in worldwide education.

International Nursing Studies MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: One in four people will experience a mental health problem during their lifetime. Affecting people from all walks of life, its impact is felt on individuals but also their families and the wider community. Our Masters course will increase your knowledge and understanding of mental health care.

Course overview: This course will give you the technical, cultural and practical knowledge you need to practise your profession internationally.

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Global Military Veteran and Family Studies MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Distance Learning Available starts: September, January Course overview: Delivered online, this course provides valuable insights for anyone who plans, manages or provides services to ex-Forces personnel and families.

Student Affairs in Higher Education MA Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: What is the role and function of student services within higher education? Develop the leadership and management skills necessary to improve student recruitment and retention within a global context.

Social Work MA

Women and Children’s Health MSc*

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Available starts: September

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Course overview: Build on your degree studies and social work experience (adult or children and families), boost your career prospects and qualify for Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration.

Course overview: How does global public health relate to women and children? Enhance your knowledge and skills to help improve health outcomes for women and children, both in the UK and internationally.

Special Educational Needs MA

*This is a new course and is subject to validation, contact us for more details.

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Designed for teachers and other educationalists, this course explores the latest concepts, techniques and policy relating to special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

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Faculty of Medical Science Our Faculty of Medical Science is the newest of our five faculties and built on the strong national and international reputation of our flagship Postgraduate Medical Institute (PMI).

Section at a glance To find out about Undergraduate Courses, go to page 36 To find out about Postgraduate Courses, go to pages 37–38

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Why study with us? Our Faculty is committed to delivering innovative, engaging and clinically-relevant teaching and research across its two departments: • Department of Allied & Public Health. • D  epartment of Medicine & Healthcare Science. Our Faculty brings together major providers of clinical care in the East of England into one world-class institution.

Opportunities for students Through the PMI, we maintain close links with National Health Service (NHS) Trusts with whom we run collaborative research and educational programmes for undergraduate and postgraduate students. We offer rigorous academic training and practical experience: • To qualified medics through a range of Masters courses; these are mostly taught MCh and MSc degrees, which offer both observerships in clinical environments and training by key opinion leaders. • In public health, where we are translating science and epidemiology into health education and primary care.

State-of-the-Art Facilities • O  ur advanced learning facilities include a state-of-the-art high-fidelity simulation suite to give students an essential and dynamic ‘hands-on’ learning experience for acquiring new clinical skills and team working. • O  ur brand new multi-functional, superlab is designed for our Pharmaceutical Science, Medical Science and Nutrition courses at our Chelmsford campus. • O  ur ICENI Centre offers a specialised training environment to learn general surgical, minimally-invasive and robotic surgery skills. • T  hrough our network of 24 healthcare and hospital partners, students have the opportunity to learn the NHS gold standard treatments delivered across all surgical and physicianly specialities in the UK.

Research Expertise We have a flourishing community of PhD and MD (Res) students across the full range of our research fields and our state-of-the-art simulation suites provide excellent resources for multidisciplinary team training, as well as skills-based learning. Programmes typically offer placements across a number of clinical sites and, together with our healthcare partners, function as an integrated faculty within Anglia Ruskin University.

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Faculty of Medical Science

Undergraduate courses Management and Leadership in Health and Social Care (Top-Up) BSc (Hons) Location: Distance Learning Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop your skills as a leader capable of designing, managing and improving efficient, integrated, patient-focused services.

Medical Science BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Gaining a critical understanding of health and illness, students on the course will attain practical laboratory skills, clinical skills and research experience, and develop an awareness of the professional attitudes and attributes required for embarking on a number of varied and interesting careers in the healthcare and medical disciplines. This course is also offered as an extended degree over 4 years for those who do not meet the entry requirements for the BSc degree.

Medical Technology BSc (Hons)* Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: The field of Medical Technology is having a considerable impact on healthcare and that impact is increasing. This course will provide the knowledge and skills of new technologies which are developing to deal with the changes in healthcare practice. Acquire the expertise needed for a role in an increasing number of companies where an understanding of both medicine and engineering in addition to some entrepreneurial skills are essential.

Nutrition BSc (Hons)

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Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September

Lorna Waithaka

Course overview: A breadth of theoretical and practical knowledge from a range of life science disciplines to allow a critical understanding of human nutrition and the chemistry of food. This course is also offered as an extended degree over 4 years for those who do not meet the entry requirements for the BSc degree.

Pharmaceutical Science BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Develop the knowledge, skills and practical experience learnt within our state-of-theart labs to prepare for an exciting career in the field of pharmaceutical science. This course is also offered as an extended degree over 4 years for those who do not meet the entry requirements for the BSc degree.

Public Health (or Top-Up) BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Get the in-depth grounding you need to grow your career and tackle key public health issues, at local, national or international levels.

*New for September 2016

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Course: BSc (Hons) Public Health Country of origin: Kenya “I would recommend this course to others, because it has met all my expectations. My current studies will help me in my current job, by promoting health issues in homes and promoting dignity. As a Public Health specialist I will also be able to promote health issues in communities worldwide. I have most enjoyed the teaching on the course, have learnt a lot and found the lecturers interesting. I have benefited from being able to practice my public speaking and also found the social work aspect of the course useful.�


Faculty of Medical Science

Postgraduate courses Clinical Medicine MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Designed primarily for middle grade doctors, students will explore the concept of effective clinical practice within a global healthcare context, and explore the challenges of leadership and innovation in contemporary healthcare and service design.

Health Care Management MBA Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford, Distance Learning Available starts: January Course overview: Designed especially for the sector, this course will equip you for the operational and strategic challenges of managing healthcare.

Health Care Management MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Distance Learning Available starts: September Course overview: With its strong international dimension this programme will equip you to design, manage and improve services around the world.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Distance Learning Available starts: September Course overview: Develop your MRI skills, increase your patient awareness and pursue expertly guided research with this 100% online course.

Medical and Healthcare Education MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Available starts: September (Chelmsford only) January (Cambridge only) Course overview: Become a highly effective health sector educator with a deep theoretical and practical knowledge of teaching, learning and assessment.

Medical Technology MSc Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: This course aims to provide knowledge and skills in the development of technologies to assist in the diagnosis and monitoring of disease. Students will be provided with both the theoretical knowledge of current medical technology and the opportunity to undertake their own research in this area.

Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery MCh Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Chelmsford and ICENI Centre, Colchester Available starts: September Course overview: Combine state-of-the-art laparoscopic training with your own original research, working with our experts in two globally renowned centres.

Student View Lyra Del Rosario Course: MSc Public Health Country of origin: Philippines “I would recommend the course to those that want to be trained as critical, contemporary and diverse public health officers. Although you may have to read a lot, you become more conscientious of global issues and refine your technical writing abilities. Help is also readily available from dedicated tutors and friendly course administrators. I enjoy our lectures, especially our lively group discussions. I learn a lot about different countries, especially as my classmates come from different parts of the world. It is like getting a sneak preview of their world and culture. This makes studying more exciting.”

Student View Nathan Mulongoti Course: MSc Magnetic Resonance Imaging Country of origin: Botswana “I chose to study at Anglia Ruskin because I had confidence in the University and the lecturers that they have enormous experience in delivering the course that I was interested in. They have demonstrated to be the best in what they do since 1995. The course content is also very relevant to the industry, be it research teaching or clinical practice.”

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Orthopaedics MCh

Public Health MSc

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Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge (blended learning) Available starts: September

Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Available starts: September (Chelmsford only), January (Cambridge only)

Jason Emeka Chukwukelu

Course overview: Study key social, environmental and health factors, pursue original research and become a public health innovator locally, nationally or globally.

“I have always wanted to study in the UK and the Public Health course at Anglia Ruskin University was recommended to me by several friends who had already studied here. They told me that the campus, its facilities and the support given to students were all excellent and I have to say they were right! The campus is modern with excellent library and classroom facilities, and my tutors are all extremely friendly and approachable.

Course overview: Developed by consultant surgeons, this course teaches the clinical practice, research and leadership skills you will need to qualify for higher surgical training.

Physician Associate MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: This course equips students with the relevant skills and knowledge to support doctors in the diagnosis and management of patients. The course integrates both theoretical and clinical learning.

Pharmaceutical Science MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Designed to provide specialist training and practical experience to graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in the pharmaceutical industry or in research.

Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery Practice MCh Intermediate awards: PG Cert, PG Dip Location: Distance Learning (work-based) Available starts: September Course overview: For qualified plastic surgeons, this course provides supervised practical training in aesthetic plastic surgery, along with original research opportunities.

Course: MSc Public Health Country of origin: Nigeria

I am really enjoying my studies, particularly our research methods and non-communicable disease management modules. I am really keen to undertake more research in communicable disease management, possibly within a PhD here at Anglia Ruskin. During the course, I have been given excellent support from my tutors and have been able to participate in field trips to London, specifically looking at waste management systems – it was great to be able to go and see how things are done first-hand. I have also been able to take part in and help to organise a range of public health related conferences. I am now a member of the Royal Society for Public Health and have joined the American Society for Nutrition. I would 100% recommend my course to anyone thinking of studying Public Health in the UK. The course has helped me to develop both personally and professionally and allowed me to have a greater understanding of effective public health practice and how to tackle inequalities in health.”

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Faculty of Science & Technology Our Faculty provides a world-class environment for the creation and sharing of knowledge and skills in the scientific fields that are key to our future. We have six departments covering a wide range of scientific disciplines: Computing and Technology, Engineering and the Built Environment, Life Sciences (which include Animal and Environmental Biology and Sports Science), Biomedical and Forensic Sciences, Vision and Hearing Sciences and Psychology. Students from over 40 countries study on our undergraduate and postgraduate taught degrees, PhDs and Professional Doctorates.

Section at a glance To find out about Undergraduate Courses go to pages 42–44 To find out about Postgraduate Courses go to pages 45–48

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Why study with us? At Anglia Ruskin nine out of ten of our students are in employment and/or further study six months after completing their course, and four out of five of our students are in “professional/managerial” category jobs six months after their graduation. Our students earn an average starting salary of £22,256, 6% above the UK national graduate average. More students achieve a 1st degree in our faculty than the national average demonstrating the quality and support that we offer to you throughout your studies.

Opportunities for students When you arrive, you will meet your personal tutor who will provide continuous support. Our staff have an open-door policy and our student-run societies represent a wide range of scientific interests. Our events and activities mean that there is always something fun happening both on and off-campus. Our locations means that you will be studying at the heart of the UK’s scientific, business and cultural communities. Our expertise means that businesses want to work with us. We have been able create links at the leading edge of many industries to enhance your prospects. Many of our undergraduate courses now offer the opportunity of taking a work placement year in an area related to your field.

We’re building a brand new science centre which will be a major facility for computing and technology, psychology, biomedical science and forensic science. The science centre will support changing teaching styles and include a 200-seat bioscience laboratory, a 300-seat lecture theatre and even more space for our postgraduate students. The building will be ready in the 2017/18 academic year.

Accreditation and Research The quality and relevance of our courses to industry has been recognised through accreditation by 19 globally-respected scientific bodies including: The Chartered Institute of Building (COIB), the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), The Forensic Science Society (FSS), The British Psychological Society (BPS), the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) and the Royal Society of Biology. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) world-leading or internationally excellent research was identified in all areas entered by our faculty. The majority of our lecturers are actively involved in our research, which means that you will be exposed to the latest discoveries and thinking in your field.

State-of-the-Art Facilities You will have access to a range of impressive learning and research environments including laboratories, studios, computer suites and workshops. We are investing a further £120 million to provide you with some of the best scientific facilities found in any UK University.

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Faculty of Science & Technology

Undergraduate courses Abnormal and Clinical Architectural Psychology BSc (Hons) Technology Location: Cambridge BSc (Hons) Available starts: September Accreditation: The British Psychological Society

Course overview: This is the only bachelor’s degree in the UK dedicated to this field. Stand out in the race for the top jobs.

Animal Behaviour BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Accreditation: Recognised by The Society of Biology Course overview: Become a knowledgeable, skilled, experienced animal behaviour specialist, ready for an exciting career in wildlife, conservation, zoology and beyond.

Architecture BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Prescribed (Part 1) by the Architects Registration Board Course overview: Learn the history, theory and practice of great building design with a degree that offers superb training, facilities and experience.

Architectural Design BSc (Hons)

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists Course overview: Learn how to transform design concepts into finished buildings. This course will teach you the necessary engineering, commercial and management skills.

Audio and Music Technology BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Joint Audio Media Education Support, Institute of Engineering and Technology Course overview: Get ready to work as a professional sound engineer. Learn your craft and the science behind it in our industry-standard studios.

Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Course overview: Study and train for a rewarding, professional career that offers exciting opportunities in surveying and the property industry.

Business Information Systems BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Learn how to use the latest information technologies, design tools and project management techniques to create stateof-the-art business systems.

Civil Engineering BEng (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) acting on behalf of ICE, IstructE, IHT and IHIE for the Engineering Council UK

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Institute of Biomedical Science

Course overview: Make your mark. Train to design, build and maintain fixed structures and public works on our advanced degree course.

Course overview: In and around our new ÂŁ2m laboratories, you will study human pathology and develop advanced laboratory, disease diagnostic and research skills.

Civil Engineering BSc (Hons)

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop enhanced and highly desirable, creative, visual, technical and design-based skills ready for your future in architectural practice.

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Building Surveying BSc (Hons)

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Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) acting on behalf of ICE, IstructE, IHT and IHIE for the Engineering Council UK Course overview: Develop the knowledge and skills needed for this exciting career and gain practical experience, in our labs and on industry placements.


Coaching for Performance in Football BSc (Hons)

Construction Management BSc (Hons)

Intermediate awards: FdSc, Cert HE Location: Cambridge and Distance Learning Available starts: September

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Chartered Institute of Building

Course overview: Expand your coaching skills and gain an academic qualification, with a degree designed with English Premier League and other professional clubs.

Course overview: Study and learn in an environment that mirrors the workplace. Practise your skills in simulations and on high quality placements.

Crime and Computer Gaming Technology BSc (Hons) Investigative Studies BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Become a highly skilled games developer, learning in our state-of-the-art studios in Cambridge in one of the UK’s leading game design centres.

Computer Networks BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Developed with Cisco Systems, our course will train you to design, implement and manage secure, sophisticated enterprise-wide networks.

Computer Science BEng (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Learn techniques including forensic science, criminology, intelligence gathering, assessing evidence and managing crime scenes using realistic simulations.

Forensic Science BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences Course overview: Train in the latest laboratory techniques for detecting and analysing DNA, explosives, drugs and other crucial evidence.

Marine Biology with Biodiversity and Conservation BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Accreditation: Recognised by the Society of Biology Course overview: Our ocean species and habitats are under threat. Our course is your gateway to a career that protects them.

Electronic Engineering BEng (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Accreditation: The Institution of Engineering and Technology Course overview: Cambridge has the largest grouping of high-tech companies in Europe. Build, repair, and maintain a wide variety of electronic devices and pave a career in this thriving industry.

Course overview: Explore the key theories and technologies of computing. Develop skills in designing and building systems to the latest specifications. By choosing particular modules, you can apply for Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) status after you graduate.

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Mechanical Engineering BEng (Hons)

Psychology and Criminology BSc (Hons)

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: The Institution of Engineering and Technology

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September

Course overview: From aerospace to telecommunications, healthcare to power generation, there will be exciting career opportunities worldwide when you complete our Top 20 course (Guardian league table 2016).

Ophthalmic Dispensing BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Accreditation: General Optical Council Course overview: Train for a career as a healthcare professional, dispensing and fitting spectacles, caring for patients and managing your practice.

Optometry BOptom (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Accreditation: General Optical Council Course overview: Become an expert in eye physiology and develop your clinical skills under professional supervision in our labs, eye clinic and during hospital sessions.

Psychology BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Accreditation: British Psychological Society Course overview: Our British Psychology Society-accredited course will give you a thorough grounding in all areas of Psychology, with opportunities to specialise.

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Course overview: Understanding the human mind is key to preventing, predicting and detecting crime. Gain the knowledge and practical skills for a rewarding career.

Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Course overview: Complete our Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) course and you will be qualified to work on exciting construction projects across the globe.

Software Development BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Use your coding and programming skills to lead the way in designing the future of software development projects. Think like a system developer while you gain knowledge in designing innovative business IT solutions, across various platforms, to deliver the techniques and tools employers demand.

Sports Coaching and Physical Education BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Study the latest thinking and practise your coaching skills, in schools, sports teams and our sports laboratories.

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Student View Thais Cavalcante Course: BSc (Hons) Computer Science Country of origin: Brazil “Anglia Ruskin supported me even before I arrived in the United Kingdom. They provided all the necessary information about the university, course, modules, life and accommodation. The campus has good facilities and modern buildings. Cambridge is full of history and scientific events. Great minds such as Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking studied here.�

Sports Science BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Learn the science of sports performance. Study physiology, psychology, biomechanics and nutrition and apply what you learn to aid professional athletes and teams.


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Postgraduate courses Zoology BSc (Hons)

Biotechnology MSc

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Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Accreditation: Recognised by the Society of Biology

Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Yen Chiew Lee

Course overview: In lectures, on field trips and in our laboratories you will study the lives, behaviours and conservation of the world’s animals.

Additive and Hybrid Manufacturing MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Want to become an engineer? Learn about 3D printing on this new conversion course and use your skills in the automotive, aerospace and medical sectors.

Applied Wildlife Conservation MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Gain skills to collect, interpret and communicate wildlife data and learn to manage natural habitats sustainably.

Biomedical Science MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Distance Learning Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Institute of Biomedical Science Course overview: Extend your scientific skills. Choose and study a specialist pathology area. Gain IBMS accredited qualifications at work. Boost your career prospects.

Course overview: Expand your scientific knowledge and skills as a medical biotechnologist, in a leading global centre for biotechnology research.

Civil Engineering MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Joint Board of Moderators Course overview: Take your skills to the next level, progress towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status and explore cutting-edge concepts and techniques in our world-class laboratories.

Clinical Child Psychology MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Covering development and mental health, this course provides a solid basis for clinical training, research or a career working with children.

Course: MSc Clinical Child Psychology Country of origin: Malaysia “My experience at Anglia Ruskin has been interesting and inspiring. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time on the course. The teaching is a combination of lectures, seminars and workshops that integrate theory and practical work. I have improved my critical thinking, covered interesting psychological topics and learned advanced skills that I would be unable to experience at home. I will always remember my experience in Cambridge, a beautiful and historic city with nice people!“

Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop the theoretical knowledge and specialist skills you need to become a ground-breaking researcher in cognitive neuroscience and clinical psychology.

Cloud Computing MSc Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Learn the practical skills you need to become a specialist at the forefront of an evolving technology area, as you design, build and manage cloud based infrastructures and develop solutions to real-life problems.

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Computer Games Development (Computing) MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Take your computer games development skills to the next level. Study, plan, produce and test games in our specialist studios.

Computer Science MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop the advanced skills employers really want, with a degree designed and run with leading international computing companies.

Construction Management MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Course overview: Put yourself first in line for top construction projects and jobs, with the advanced technical and management skills our course provides.

Construction Project Management MSc

Engineering Management MSc

Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Course overview: Develop the specialist management skills and operational understanding you need to plan and run complex construction projects.

Consumer Psychology MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Study the science of consumer behavior. Develop and test your theories to find out how and why consumers buy what they do.

Cyber Security MSc Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Learn how to identify new and existing cyber threats and determine methods and processes to minimise attacks.

Electronic and Electrical Engineering MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Accreditation: The Institution of Engineering and Technology Course overview: Master the key electronic technologies and applications demanded by the modern industrial world, using our state-of-the-art teaching and innovation labs.

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Course overview: Whatever your engineering discipline, develop the commercial, financial and operational skills to lead complex technical organisations.

Forensic Science MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences Course overview: Develop advanced scientific knowledge and analytical skills, pursue original research and practise what you learn in our industry standard laboratories.

Foundations in Clinical Psychology MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Whether you want to train for the profession or pursue a research career our course will give you the advanced clinical psychology knowledge and skills you need.


Information and Communication Technology (Conversion) MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Whether you work in the ICT industry already or have no experience, our flexible course will enhance your career prospects.

Manufacturing Systems MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Learn to plan, manage and improve manufacturing operations and apply your skills to ‘real-world’ problems in our state-of-the-art engineering laboratories.

Mechanical Engineering MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Networking PG Cert Location: Distance Learning Available starts: September Course overview: As a Cisco Academy Partner our condensed networking course will train you to design and run secure, efficient networks, ready for an exciting future.

Optometry MOptom Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Distance Learning Available starts: September Course overview: Advance your theoretical knowledge and clinical skills with our innovative online Masters course.

Project Management MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford, Distance Learning Available starts: September, January

Property and Facilities Management MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course Overview: Develop, use and manage built assets effectively and gain an understanding of the multi-disciplinary and multi-professional nature of facilities management in property development and asset management.

Research Methods in Psychology MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop advanced research skills that are highly valuable for a career in psychology and a wider range of professions including healthcare, sports and business.

Course overview: Learn the advanced methodologies, operational considerations and management skills needed to plan and lead complex projects in any industry.

Course overview: Specialise in the state-of-the-art physical design, creation and support of products and systems for a vast range of industries.

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Sport and Exercise Science MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Study contemporary and future issues within sport and exercise. Focus your research and become a specialist in the areas that interest you most.

Sustainable Building Engineering MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop the knowledge and skills to give existing buildings a sustainable future.

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Town Planning MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Accreditation: Royal Town Planning Institute Course overview: Develop the sought-after technical, legal and management skills needed to become a professional Town Planner, on our RTPI-accredited course.

Urban Design MSc Intermediate awards: PG Dip, PG Cert Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop your own unique design approach through constant practice, while studying disciplines ranging from architecture and engineering to planning law.

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Student View Ali Subratty Course: BOptom (Hons) Optometry Country of origin: Mauritius “The lecturers are available whenever there is a part of the course which is not clear – from early mornings in their office to late nights through emails. This, coupled with the rich resources in terms of textbooks and study spaces offered by Anglia Ruskin’s library, means I can say that studying at Anglia Ruskin is a pleasurable experience.”


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Lord Ashcroft International Business School Lord Ashcroft International Business School has built an enviable reputation as a centre of excellence for Business and Management. Our well-established partnership agreements with higher education institutions across the globe support the Business School’s distinctive international mission. We offer courses in business and management, accounting, finance, banking, marketing and tourism. We aim to develop your entrepreneurship, initiative and resourcefulness, whilst also teaching a wide range of applicable work skills. There is a high priority placed on the quality of teaching and employability, preparing you for an increasingly competitive international environment.

Section at a glance To find out about Undergraduate Courses go to pages 52–53 To find out about Postgraduate Courses go to pages 54–55

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Why study with us? • W  e are one of the largest business schools in the East of England, with nearly 100 full-time teaching staff and approximately 6,000 students from over 100 countries. • O  ur undergraduate degrees have an optional placement year (September starts only). This allows you to develop your skills in a real working environment. • S  tudents can benefit by taking advantage of our intern programme: one-to-one business mentor, work experience, exclusive training and development, reference from the Dean. • O  ur courses are accredited by some of the world leading industry bodies such as Chartered Management Institute, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the Tourism Management Institute. • O  n average, we engage with over 500 businesses in a variety of research development and consultancy projects every year. Recent partnerships include work with Harrods’ Learning & Development team to build an accelerated, work-based programme of study. And we currently deliver an innovative three year work-based BA (Hons) Management & Leadership programme with Barclays Retail Banking.

State-of-the-Art Facilities • S  tate-of-the-art technology is installed in our classrooms and lecture theatres. • O  ur Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab provides a simulated experience of what it’s like to trade actively in the financial markets. • O  ur team based learning room provides an interactive environment for students to develop their team communication and working skills. • T  he ‘horse-shoe’ seating format of our Harvard-style Lecture Theatre has proven to be a successful method of increasing interaction between the lecturer and students.

Research Expertise Research undertaken by our staff has been published in internationally recognised peer-reviewed journals and many of our research and enterprise activities are supported by EU and UK research funding bodies. Our research agenda also means that everything we do is focused on improving management practice and supporting business development and growth.

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Undergraduate courses Accounting and Finance BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Begin a rewarding career in accounting & finance and gain maximum exemptions from professional body qualifications – including ACCA (nine Foundation papers) and CPA Australia (five papers) - with our highly-regarded degree course.

Accounting and Financial Management (Top-Up) BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Train in the advanced concepts, techniques and approaches that top Finance Directors, Investment Managers and CEOs use every day.

Banking and Finance BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Develop the skills you need to work in the dynamic areas of banking and finance. Whether your ultimate ambitions lie in banking itself or the wider commercial world, this degree is an excellent route towards a rewarding career.

Banking and Finance (Top-Up) BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Gain a full Honours degree in just one year. You’ll go straight into Year 3, enhancing your numerical analysis skills and improving your career prospects in an international market – specialising in banking and finance.

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Business Administration (Top-Up) BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Building on the skills you’ve developed during previous study, our top-up programme will increase your understanding of the issues facing international businesses.

Business and Finance (Top-Up) BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Boost your management skillset with advanced training in fields such as business financing, budgeting and forecasting, sustainability and analysis.

Business and Human Resource Management BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: In this course you’ll explore: how staff are recruited; what motivates individuals; how effectively they work together; their ability to cope with change; the importance of leadership and much more.

Business Economics BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Explore the fascinating, far-reaching field of economics and the business disciplines that have evolved from it – including finance, management and marketing.

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Student View Xiran Yang Course: Accounting and Finance BSc (Hons) Country of origin: China “Living on the Anglia Ruskin University campus, I realised that studying is only a small part of living in the UK. Fitting into western culture is important and understanding different aspects will teach you to be independent. Welcome Week was excellent; the Students’ Union held lots of activities giving students the opportunity to join different university social clubs. I joined the Football Club, as I love playing football. At first I found it hard communicating with other members of the club as English is not my first language. However, the people I met were very friendly, and my social life has grown as well as my confidence and ability to communicate. I’ve adapted well to fit into western culture and I strongly recommend taking part in Anglia Ruskin activities and joining social clubs. It helps you get to know different people as well as improve your English language skills.”


Business Management Finance and Business BSc (Hons) Analytics BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Course overview: Choosing to study our business management will keep your career options open while developing skills that can cross any sector – and maybe even a role that hasn’t been invented yet.

Course overview: In addition to gaining firm understanding on International Financial Markets, this course equips you with the specialist skills, knowledge and experience in the use of big data, and statistical analysis to help companies to make more effective business decisions.

Business Management and Finance Finance and BSc (Hons) Economics BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Course overview: Your in-depth business education and training will include specialist modules covering the investment and financial aspects of managing organisations.

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Understand the details of business, finance and economics by studying BSc (Hons) Finance & Economics. Through our curriculum, we’ll encourage you to be critical and thoughtful, someone who’s ready to challenge current and emerging business practice.

International Business Management (Accelerated) BSc (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: A popular option for those wanting to enter the professional world, or postgraduate studies, at a faster pace. This unique two-year accelerated course focuses on issues including globalisation, sustainability and intercultural communication and how to manage them.

Marketing BA (Hons) Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Learn about the theory of marketing while also developing the practical skills employers look for, including IT, communication and the ability to question and analyse. The marketing principles you’ll cover are highly relevant to real-life practice and relate to the professional standards of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM).

Business Management and Leadership BSc (Hons) International Business Location: Chelmsford Management Available starts: September, January BSc (Hons) Tourism Management Course overview: Location: Cambridge This course will develop your BSc (Hons) Available starts: September, January business management skills and your understanding of the role of leadership in today’s organisations – and open up a world of career opportunities.

Finance BSc (Hons) Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Course overview: In today’s international market, businesses need employees who understand globalisation, sustainability and intercultural communication. You will learn more about these complex issues and how you can manage them in a modern, global organisation.

Course overview: You will get a firm understanding of international financial markets and bond markets while developing financial modelling skills and acquiring knowledge to make investment and financial decisions.

Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Study the economic, social, political, cultural and environmental significance of tourism. Take part in exciting study visits and prepare for a career in an industry which is of major, and growing, importance to our global economy.

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Postgraduate courses Accounting MSc

Finance MSc

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January

Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September

Course overview: Our MSc in Accounting will give you the skills and knowledge you need for many mid to senior-level roles in finance and accounting – and a range of broader, transferable skills that are valued by employers in many industries.

Course overview: This course will prepare you for a wide range of roles and investment opportunities in the financial world. You may already be working successfully in finance and want to continue your professional development, or you might be looking to move into financial management.

Accounting and Finance MSc Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September, January Course overview: Get the advanced training you need for a high level business, management or academic career anywhere in the world.

Entrepreneurial Management MSc Location: Cambridge Available starts: September Course overview: Our highly innovative Masters course will give you the skills you need to boost your employability and get your own business off the ground.

Human Resource Management MA Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: This course will give you a broad understanding of the importance of people management in organisational development and business operations. In addition, this course is recognised by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD).

International Business MSc Location: Cambridge, Basel (CH), Hanze Univesity Groningen (NL) Available starts: September, January Course overview: This course focuses on issues of vital importance to the global economy, and gives you the chance to study in Switzerland or the Netherlands for one semester and graduate with a dual degree.

Student View Leni Herlinawati Course: International Business MA Country of origin: Indonesia “It’s been a great experience studying at Anglia Ruskin University. I’ve learnt so many things and met, and made friends with, so many other students from around the world. The East Road campus is in a great location, very near to the city centre of Cambridge. It has good facilities to support study; an excellent library, high technology education systems, good class size, relaxing areas and a large cafeteria as well as a variety of sports areas and sport classes. Anglia Ruskin has many classes to help international students build their skills including how to write your assignments, help with writing your dissertation and a variety of additional language classes.”

Student View Asgar Ali Course: Master of Business Administration Country of origin: India “I plan to open my own business in the future and believe that one needs to be aware of the trends in business. The MBA provided me with the ideological, theoretical, practical and intellectual framework upon which my business will be based.”

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International Master of Business Hospitality and Administration MBA Tourism Management Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January MSc Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Hospitality and tourism is an exciting and demanding international industry where you need specialist skills and knowledge to succeed. If you see yourself as a future leader, our specialist management course will give you the tools to achieve your goals.

Management MSc Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January Course overview: Ideal for those looking to step up to a senior managerial role, this course focuses on issues that are relevant to managers in organisations of all sizes across the world, boosting your managerial capabilities and career potential.

Course overview: This course focuses on the strategic and leadership qualities that you’ll need to be a successful manager in any organisation or your own business.

Supply Chain Management MSc Location: Chelmsford Available starts: September Course overview: Develop the advanced purchasing, logistics and supply chain expertise you’ll need for management roles in national and international organisations. The course is accredited by The Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS).

Marketing MSc Location: Cambridge Available starts: September, January

Student View Samareh Azadi Course: International Business MA Country of origin: Iran “I’ve had a great experience studying at Anglia Ruskin. All the lecturers and personal tutors were very supportive and friendly. Besides studying, I had several group projects with other students. This environment provided a great opportunity to work with students from different countries and cultures. During my time at Anglia Ruskin I also entered the Big Pitch competition which was a business idea competition for students. The competition made studying even more attractive. It meant I experienced all my modules in theory and practice as well as real life. I was delighted to win third prize in the competition, which was £5,000 to start my own business.”

Course overview: This course explores the art and science of marketing, and the techniques that successful professionals use. Our course will suit you whether you’re already working in marketing, or new to the subject and hoping to move into a marketing role in the future.

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Research at Anglia Ruskin Our academic excellence has been recognised by the UK’s Higher Education funding bodies, with 12 areas classed as generating world-leading research:* •A  llied Health Professions, Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy •A  rchitecture, Built Environment and Planning • Art and Design: History, Practice and Theory • Business and Management Studies •Communication, Cultural and Media Studies, Library and Information Management • English Language and Literature •G  eography, Environmental Studies and Archaeology • History • Law • Music, Drama, Dance and Performing Arts • Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience • Social Work and Social Policy *Research Excellence Framework (REF), 2014

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Highly rated research In the UK the Government commissions independent assessment of university research every five years. The results are used to determine where public funds should be directed during the following period. Involving over 52,000 academics from 154 universities, the results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 show that we are making a significant impact on economics, societies, the environment and culture in all corners of the globe. Expert reviewers rate each institute’s research activity by subject area, for quality and impact. In the REF 2014 Anglia Ruskin achieved the highest, world-leading ranking in these major categories (see page 56). REF 2014 is the biggest research assessment exercise in the world and the results are used to allocate around £2 billion of research funding every year. Our five faculties and six Research Institutes bring together a kaleidoscope of subjects and specialist partners. Led by an inspiring team of academics, we champion a cross-disciplinary approach to research. We bridge scientific, technical and creative fields. You can find out more about our research excellence at anglia.ac.uk/rae

Institutes making a difference Our Research Institutes are internationally recognised centres run by Anglia Ruskin University in collaboration with business, government and third-sector organisations.

Institute for International Management Practice (IIMP) The IIMP produces rigorous, practice facing research. As well as supporting research activity and outputs in the Lord Ashcroft International Business School, we deliver business content to research bids across the University. Concerned with the drivers and impacts of technology change, the IIMP’s work in this area has included; healthcare - supporting SME ‘routes to market’ and the impacts of technology on large health organisations; the use of information technology by the police and local authorities and the role of technology innovation in affordable housing. We have also worked in developing economies, studying the impact of mobile technologies on business development and on teaching innovation in North Korea. Other work has focused on economic behaviour occurring around internet transactions. Research into entrepreneurship has focused on the response of small firms to regulation, senior and late career entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial failure, the psychology of entrepreneurship and trust in business relationships. The Institute is able to offer research services in (technology) benefits realisation, policy and technology evaluation, policy support, strategic consultancy, technology forecasting, ethnographic research, systems analysis, large-scale surveys and data analysis for large data sets. Visit anglia.ac.uk/iimp

Well-funded and highly equipped, they employ and host world-leading experts, producing knowledge that benefits the world and feeds directly into our university teaching programmes. Our Institutes are part of a wider community of research units, centres, groups and clusters based at Anglia Ruskin. Many of these contribute to the Institutes’ multidisciplinary projects.

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Anglia Ruskin IT Research Institute (ARITI) Launched in 2014, Anglia Ruskin Information Technology Research Institute (ARITI) uses advanced research techniques to provide state-of-the-art solutions in applications of artificial intelligence, digital diagnosis, big data, and cyber security domain. With a rapidly growing team of academics, postdoctoral researchers, and research students, we have been actively participating in many collaborative local and international research funded projects, across a wide range of areas including health, education, security, engineering, business, and other global challenges. ARITI creates opportunities for: • Placement based research in order to improve our students’ employability. • Young entrepreneurs to develop new markets. ARITI provides postgraduate study: • MPhil • PhD • Professional Doctorate (DProf) Visit anglia.ac.uk/ariti

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Postgraduate Medical Institute (PMI) Founded in 2008 and based within our Faculty of Medical Science, the Postgraduate Medical Institute (PMI) is a partnership, unique in the United Kingdom, of all the acute, mental health, primary care trusts in the county of Essex, the Royal Society for Public Health, Essex County Council, two national private health providers and Anglia Ruskin University. We provide a focus for clinical education, research and innovation internationally. Our research extends along the care pathway, from ill-health prevention and primary care, through mental health and community services, to acute hospital and specialist tertiary care. Within the Faculty, we have research interests in a disparate array of postgraduate clinical medical specialties with activity in, amongst others, such areas as molecular medicine, ophthalmology, musculoskeletal medicine, interventional neuroradiology, cardiothoracic medicine, immunology, pharmaceutical science, biomechanics and public health. There are opportunities for PhD and MD research degree candidates across these areas with access to the most excellent academic and clinical supervisory teams.

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To give you some idea of the breadth of our activities, here’s a list of our research units: • Anglia Ruskin Aesthetic Surgery Group • A  nglia Ruskin Centre for Circulatory Health • Anglia Ruskin Clinical Trials Unit • Gait and Motion Analysis Laboratory • Health & Wellbeing Academy • Molecular Diagnostics Unit • M  usculoskeletal Medicine Research Group • Neuroscience and Vascular Simulation • S  t. Andrews Anglia Ruskin Burns and Plastic Surgery Research Unit • The ICENI Centre • Vision and Eye Research Unit For more information about the Institute visit anglia.ac.uk/pmi


Veterans and Families Institute (VFI) Based in our Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education, the VFI was established in April 2014 to address the issues and challenges faced by the 3 million military veterans, their families and dependants living in the UK. Whilst most veterans adapt very well to civilian life, there are a growing number of studies that show that alcohol misuse, mental illness and social adjustment are significant problems for a minority. In the UK very little work has been undertaken to understand the impact of military service and transition to civilian life on service personnel and importantly, their families. The VFI has a number of ongoing areas of research and policy interest and is host to the national Veterans Research Hub. We are currently focusing on: • The impact of traumatic limb loss on the family • T  he criminal justice system and veterans • Family support • P  rovision for Foreign and Commonwealth families

Cultures of The Digital Global Sustainability Economy Research Institute (GSI) Institute (CoDE) The Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) is CoDE specialise in research projects bridging art and culture with science and technology, both within academia and industry. We facilitate communication and collaboration between creative and technical experts, whilst also drawing on our own multidisciplinary research skills, particularly in fields of art and design, music technology, digital filmmaking, computer gaming, mobile applications and the internet of things. Research projects within CoDE are focused on investigating technologies, innovation and new business opportunities for the creative industries, as well as cultural and societal evolution owing to technological advance.

a high-profile research institute in Anglia Ruskin, and has grown rapidly since its formation in early 2011. We are a dynamic group of researchers involved in an extremely wide variety of research projects, collaborating with numerous external partners as well as other departments across the university. Our research focuses on personal motivations and systems change set against the challenges of sustainability. Our core research question is: how does the system influence the individual, and how does the individual influence the system? We have four key areas of research: • Consumption and change • Climate action and cultural systems • Global risk and resilience

Our interdisciplinary research themes include: • Digital Performance, Production and Play • S  erious Gaming, Mobile Applications and the Internet of Things

• Employment assistance

• C  reative Communication and User Centered Design

• Early Service Leavers

• Digital Humanities and Social Media

We have a team of researchers, lecturers and visiting fellows who all bring their own strengths and interests into the VFI. We currently have two PhD students, with the potential for further PhD studentships.

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• Education for sustainability We’ve built a global reputation for our research, with major publications in the food risk, communication of climate science, policy, and climate finance. We have partnerships with businesses, not-for-profit organisations and the UK Government and have won several large European and UK Research Council funded projects. Visit anglia.ac.uk/gsi Like to know more about our research? For more information about the many Institutes, research centres, groups and clusters based at Anglia Ruskin visit anglia.ac.uk/researchactivity

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Types of Doctorate Doctor and Master of Philosophy (PhD MPhil) You’ll identify an area where significant new knowledge or understanding will be generated. Having determined an intellectual problem (‘gap in knowledge’) you’ll establish the research question or hypothesis. The framework for undertaking the research is then formulated. Full-time PhD students normally complete their research within three years. MPhil candidates also critically investigate and evaluate an approved topic and must demonstrate an understanding of research methods appropriate to the chosen field. We offer PhD and MPhil study across a wide range of subject areas and in each of our five faculties.

Doctor of Medicine by Research MD (Res) MD degrees are a higher degree available to qualified medical doctors and dentists. You’ll undertake an in-depth research study that will relate specifically to your own medical practice. Completion of the doctorate will identify you as an expert in your field. The qualification will also demonstrate you have a proven ability to problem-solve and to conduct original research at a very high level, contributing to the existing body of knowledge within your own specialist field.

Professional Doctorate (DProf) These programmes are tailored to meet the needs of experienced professionals and practitioners. Research focuses on your own professional practice and integrates professional and academic knowledge. Please check with the university before you apply as most DProf programmes are only offered in part-time mode.

DProf programmes at Anglia Ruskin  rogrammes are in the following P subject areas: • Applied Linguistics • Business Administration (DBA) • Education (EdD)

If you are seeking admission to the MPhil, MPhil with the possibility of transfer to PhD or DProf, you will normally be required to hold a first or upper second class Honours degree from a university or other institution of higher education recognised by Anglia Ruskin.

• Health and Social Care • Practical Theology • Science and Technology Visit anglia.ac.uk/researchprogrammes Email international@anglia.ac.uk

Research Degrees Involving Creative Work Practice-based Doctorates include practice as an integral component (or theorise that practice). This type of doctorate advances knowledge partly by means of practice. Creative work must be accompanied by a written component (thesis or commentary), the length of which must fall within the boundaries established by the Research Degrees’ Regulations.

PhD by Published Work Candidates who have published work (normally written within the last ten years) that demonstrates an independent and original contribution to knowledge and an understanding of research methods, may apply to establish a prima facie case for the award of a PhD or MPhil.

The Doctoral School We have created a Doctoral School to better focus support for our postgraduate research (PGR) students. The School brings together into one unit the administrative support for our PGR activity as well as the Researcher Development Programme of seminars and workshops. It is based on both the Chelmsford and Cambridge campuses. Visit anglia.ac.uk/study/postgraduateresearch

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Entry requirements

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Alternatively, a qualification regarded by Anglia Ruskin as equivalent to a first or upper second class Honours degree may be accepted. In addition, for entry to a DProf you will need to demonstrate that you have appropriate professional experience. We also accept applications for the PhD direct entry programme. In this case you will need to hold an award equivalent to a UK Master’s degree, in an appropriate cognate area, which includes training in research and the execution of a research project. You will be required to supply documentation to support your application. If you do not have these qualifications, your application will be considered on its merits in relation to the nature and scope of your proposed research. If English is not your first language you will also need a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 and have achieved a minimum of English Language competence to at least IELTS 5.5 across all four disciplines of writing , reading, speaking and listening. For details see the ‘how to apply’ section. If you need advice or further support on the application process, please contact us. Email internationaladmissions@anglia.ac.uk


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How to apply Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences Research areas • Children’s Book Illustration • Communication

Information for research students We recommend that you look at our research areas using the links below. If you are unsure about which area to undertake research in, this will help you decide.

• Creative Writing • English Language and Intercultural • English Language and Linguistics • English Literature • Film and Television Production • Film Studies and Media Studies • Fine Art • Graphic Design and Typography

Our application form (including guidance on requirements for your research proposal) is available to download from our website. Visit anglia.ac.uk/researchprogrammes Email internationaladmissions@anglia.ac.uk

In addition, you should be prepared to provide the following documents to support your application: • A research proposal, the specifications for which are provided in the application form. • C  ertified copies of your original qualification certificates and official translations (if produced in a language other than English). • E  vidence of your English Language qualifications. • A  personal statement outlining your motivation for undertaking study for a research degree and the skills, previous experience and/or training that support your application.

• A  t least two references. All applicants for postgraduate research degrees must provide two references as follows: – For MPhil and PhD, two academic references to support the application. – F  or Professional Doctorates, one academic and one professional reference to support your application. • Some applicants will require Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) clearance certification (See ATAS section on page 78 for more information). • P  hotocopies of your passport to include your photograph and personal details pages – if you are already based within the UK you’ll need to provide photocopies of your visa and immigration stamps.

• History • Law • M  usic, Theatre and Performance, Music Therapy, Dramatherapy • Philosophy • Publishing • Social Sciences (Sociology, Criminology) Email alssmarketing@anglia.ac.uk Visit anglia.ac.uk/alssresearch

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education Research areas • Critical Education • Early Childhood Education • E  arly Prediction and Prevention of Obesity in Childhood • Educational Technology • Healthcare and Education • Midwifery • Nursing • Outcomes and Population Science • Outdoor Learning • Professional and Work Based Learning • Professional Enquiry • Research Ethics • Research into Practice • Social Health and Well-being • Social Inclusion • Special Needs Education Email fhsceadmissions@anglia.ac.uk Visit anglia.ac.uk/fhsce/research

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Faculty of Medical Science

Faculty of Science & Technology

Research areas

Research areas

Lord Ashcroft International Business School

• Anglia Ruskin Clinical Trials Unit

• Analytical Chemistry

Research areas

• Breast Cancer Research Group

• Animal and Environmental Sciences

• Cardiology Research Unit

• C  ommunication, Ethics and Culture in International Business

• Centre for Neurosciences Research

• A  udiology and Hearing Disability Research

• Clinical Trials Medicine

• Biomedical Science

• Corporate Social Responsibility

• Fundamental Discovery Science

• Biotechnology

• Economic Geography

• Genitourinary Medicine Research

• Built Environment

• Molecular Medicine Research Unit

• Computer Science

• E  conomic Paradigms, Models and Methodologies

• M  usculoskeletal Medicine Research Unit

• Engineering and Tribology

• Economics of Network

• Equine Science

• Proof of Concept – Experimental

• Forensic Science

• E  ntrepreneurship and SME Internationalisation

• S  t Andrew’s Anglia Ruskin (StAAR) Research Unit for Burns & Plastic Surgery

• Mechanical Engineering

• Industrial Organisation

• Medical Engineering

• Innovation, Knowledge and Information Economies

• T  he ICENI Centre for Minimally Invasive Surgical Research & Education • T  he Patrick Geoghegan Health & Wellbeing Academy • Vision & Eye Research Unit Email pmi@anglia.ac.uk Visit anglia.ac.uk/pmi

• Molecular Biology • Optometry and Vision Sciences

• Competition Policy

• International Tourism

• Psychology

• N  ew Public Service Management and Change

• Sound Engineering

• Spirituality in the Workplace

• Sport and Exercise Sciences

• Social Enterprise

• Sustainability

• Sustainable Tourism

• Telecommunications

• T  echnology and International Entrepreneurship

• Zoology

• Tourism Marketing Email fst-research@anglia.ac.uk Visit anglia.ac.uk/fstresearch

• Urban Tourism and Event Management Email laibsrecruitment@anglia.ac.uk Visit anglia.ac.uk/laibsresearch

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English Language support

Language Services Unit (LSU) We provide a wide-range of English Language programmes, including Academic and General English, IELTS Preparation, bespoke programmes for groups, and teacher training and development. We also run summer programmes for students who want to experience learning English in a university environment. At the LSU we provide a friendly and supportive teaching environment. All our teachers are highly qualified, many are CELTA and DELTA trainers and some are IELTS examiners. Our teachers are dedicated to delivering a high standard of education and are committed to supporting our international students achieve academic success.

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Studying with LSU you will benefit from having full access to our university facilities, including our multi-media language laboratory, library cafes, restaurants, books shops, sports facilities, theatre and much more. Your course will also include a free orientation programme, airport pick-up and social programme, with activities on and off campus. Our social programme is designed to develop your English in an informal setting and help you settle into life in a UK university. Visit anglia.ac.uk/lsu Email lsu@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0) 1245 683 681


Language Services Unit Courses Pre-sessional English

Summer Courses

In-sessional Support

Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Start Dates: Throughout the year

Location: Cambridge Start Dates: June, July, August

Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford Start Dates: Throughout term time

Course Overview: Our Pre-sessional courses, are an intensive programme suitable for students who have applied to study an academic course at Anglia Ruskin University, and need to improve their English skills. We provide courses from 5-20 weeks. These courses run prior to the January and September academic start dates. During the course you will attend classes on writing, reading, listening and speaking. The course will also include academic skills in research methods, note-taking, seminar skills and presentation skills.

Overview: We provide a range of flexible English courses over the summer period. The courses include English language skills, social activities and day trips to popular UK tourist sights. These programmes are suitable for students who would like to have a ‘taster’ of university life in the UK, combined with developing their English skills. During the course you will also have the opportunity to meet our academic staff and find out more about the programmes we offer at Anglia Ruskin University.

During the academic year we provide free in-sessional support for all our International students, to support them with their undergraduate and postgraduate studies. Our in-sessional support includes classes on a range of academic and language skills, including writing, reading, listening and presentation skills. We also provide one-to-one academic language consultations to give students the opportunity to discuss their academic work in more detail.

At the end of your course you will take our English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT). After successfully completing the pre-sessional course you should progress onto your academic course at Anglia Ruskin University.

English for University Studies Location: Cambridge Start Dates: Throughout the year Course Overview: Our English for University Studies (EUS) programme has been designed for international students whose first language is not in English and would like to study on a course that combines General and Academic English. This course is suitable for students who may need additional English support prior to taking a Pre-sessional course, or who would like the option of taking a year-round English programme before starting their academic course at Anglia Ruskin University or Cambridge Ruskin International College (CRIC). This course includes an IELTS exam test at the end of the programme.

IELTS Preparation Location: Cambridge Start Dates: March, April, May, June Course Overview: Our IELTS Preparation course is run in the evenings and is suitable for students who may be living/working in the UK and would like to attend a course for additional support, prior to taking an IELTS. We offer 6 and 4 week courses, depending on your level of English.

Student View Jingjin Ding

English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT) Location: Cambridge, Chelmsford, Overseas Dates: Throughout the year Overview: At the LSU we run our own English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT). This test provides a great opportunity to provide proof of your English level for your academic course at Anglia Ruskin University, and meets the requirements for the UK Visa Immigration (UKVI). We run the ELPT at our Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses throughout the year. We also offer testing overseas.

Course: 15 week pre-sessional course Country of origin: China “I chose to study at Anglia Ruskin, as I really wanted to study Human Resource Management in Cambridge. As I only had IELTS 5.5, I liked that the language unit offers longer presessional courses. The pre-sessional course has really helped to improve my listening, reading and writing skills and the teachers on the course were all very supportive and patient.”

Find out about how to apply at anglia.ac.uk/international For an up to date list of all our course, fees and entry levels, please visit our website. Visit anglia.ac.uk/lsu

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Cambridge Ruskin International College Cambridge Ruskin International College is located on our Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses. For students who are unable to gain direct entry to Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Ruskin International College (CRIC) provides an attractive option. CRIC offers a friendly, successful academic community which currently hosts over 45 different nationalities from across the world. Students can join CRIC at Foundation, First Year or Pre-Masters level as part of an extended Anglia Ruskin undergraduate or postgraduate degree course.

CRIC students have access to the same facilities as other university students on campus with the added benefit of extra teaching hours and smaller class sizes. The extra guidance and close support which our Academic and Student Services team gives to every student will help you achieve your academic potential. The team also arranges accommodation as well as extra-curricular activities for all their students. On satisfactory completion of your CRIC stages you are guaranteed a place at Anglia Ruskin to continue your undergraduate or postgraduate studies. CRIC offers students first year entry, University Foundation and Pre-Masters pathways to their degree of choice. For more information about CRIC courses: Visit anglia.ac.uk/cric Email cric@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0)1223 695700

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Did you know? 99% of CRIC students successfully progress onto their chosen Anglia Ruskin pathway. All CRIC courses require an English language level of IELTS 5.5 in all bands. If you don’t yet meet this requirement there are Presessional English programmes available from as low as IELTS 4.0.


Undergraduate Pathway

Postgraduate Pathway Student View

High School

CRIC Stage 1 University Foundation or CRIC Stage 2* First Year Degree

ARU Stage 3 Second Year Degree

Minimum 15 years’ education

CRIC Stage 1 Pre-Masters

ARU Stage 2 Masters

Yussuf Daurenbekov “My experience at CRIC was very good. I loved everything about it and had a wonderful time studying there. Living in Cambridge was one of the best times of my life and I made so many friends from all over the world, who I am still in contact with now. I enjoyed everything about CRIC. The staff are very generous and kind and always ready to help. It made me feel like they really do care about every single student they have. The teachers are also very helpful and professional. I definitely think that studying in the UK has been beneficial to my future. For me it has been a ticket for a better and more successful life. I recently launched a new Real Estate Agency in the heart of Dubai and although we are only two months in, we already have more than 100 luxurious properties to work with. I believe I wouldn’t have had this opportunity if I hadn’t studied at CRIC and Anglia Ruskin.”

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Accommodation University Accommodation

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Living in university-provided accommodation can be an excellent way to meet new friends. In both Cambridge and Chelmsford, the accommodation is close to the city centre and within walking distance of the train station with its fast links to London.

All of the accommodation is selfcatering, but meals can be purchased from multiple on-site catering outlets, if required. These amenities are open during the day from Monday to Friday, while vending machines are accessible 24/7. We can also help if you have any medical requirements and we have a selection of rooms suitable for a range of disabilities, and a few rooms with provision for an adjacent live-in carer.

We advise you to apply for accommodation as soon as you have accepted your offer of an academic place with us. You have a good chance of securing your first choice of accommodation if you apply early.

• S  tudy bedrooms are usually furnished with a single bed, wardrobe or hanging space, chest of drawers or under-bed storage containers, desk and study chair.

General information about university accommodation • Flats and houses are normally shared between three and nine students. • M  ost accommodation consists of single study bedrooms, sharing kitchen/living areas and either an en-suite shower room or shared bathroom.

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• A  ll room sizes and facilities vary. All accommodation offers broadband internet access. • R  oom rents, which include utilities (gas, electricity and water charges) to a generous limit, are based on the room size, property location and facilities available. Please be aware that Anglia Ruskin does not have any accommodation suitable for families and that self-contained accommodation in the private sector can be very expensive (typically a self-contained, one bedroom flat costs from around £800 per month based on a twelve month rental period). Family houses are normally more than £1,000 per month in Cambridge, lower rents can be found in Chelmsford.


Private sector accommodation If you need to find a room or flat in the local area, our Residential Service offices at both campuses manage ‘Studentpad’, our password protected website that advertises accommodation available for students. The website also includes general house hunting information and a student accommodation message board service. Visit anglia.ac.uk/privatesector Visit angliastudentpad.co.uk

Types of private sector accommodation

Lodgings/homestay • The property owner will usually live in the premises.

Shared houses/flats • The owner will not usually live on the premises.

• B  athroom facilities are often shared with the household.

• K  itchen and bathroom facilities are shared with other tenants. • There may be a communal living room. • Accommodation is usually self-catering. • Y  ou’ll be required to sign a contract, usually for the academic year or for 12 months. • R  ents range from approximately £90 to £160 per room per week. • R  ents may exclude bills, such as electricity, gas, water and telephone/internet.

• M  eals may be provided or you’ll use the family kitchen to self-cater. • N  ormally a deposit of between one and four weeks rent will be payable. • A  n owner would not normally expect you to sign a long-term contract. • Most bills are often included. Lodgings can be particularly helpful to students who are studying for just one semester or for students looking for the experience of living with local people. You’ll live in their home which may include their family, pets or others. You’ll share the facilities and in many cases form good friendships. Lodgings will require a student to be flexible and prepared to make adjustments to suit everyone in the house e.g. times when the kitchen and bathroom may be available,

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meals taken, etc. It can be a very effective means of both consolidating language learning and exploring a different culture. Rooms can be shared, or single, and offered on various board types. Half board You’ll receive bed, breakfast and an evening meal. You can expect to pay between £90 and £110 per week in Chelmsford and £105 to £140 per week in Cambridge. Bed and breakfast You’ll receive breakfast only (which may be self-service), and you can expect to pay between £85 and £95 per week in Chelmsford and £100 to £115 per week in Cambridge. Self-catering You’ll be allowed to use the family kitchen to prepare your own meals and can expect to pay £80 to £100 per week in Chelmsford and £85 to £105 in Cambridge.

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Applying for university accommodation How to apply See our website for the latest information and online application forms – applications are accepted from February onwards for September entry in any given year and are processed in date-received order. You can apply online at our website and most our rooms can be self-selected online. Visit anglia.ac.uk/accommodation Securing your accommodation If you wish to accept the offer of accommodation you must follow the online instructions you are provided with to confirm your place. Rents are collected electronically via automated means, whether through a credit or debit card or via a secure online gateway. Details of how to pay are provided as part of your accommodation offer.

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Rents are usually paid in instalments throughout the year with the first instalment commonly higher than later instalments. Students studying for only one semester are usually expected to pay either in full, or in three instalments. In all cases an advance rent payment to secure an offer of accommodation, as well as the first regular instalment, must be paid in full before keys are issued. To set up your instalment payments for university-managed accommodation you’ll need to enter the appropriate card details online to enable us to collect payments on the due dates. Visit anglia.ac.uk/webpayments You’ll be issued with a confirmation once you have successfully set up a web payment schedule. For university-allocated

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accommodation that is managed by others, including Sedley Court, CB1, The Forum, YMCA and The Railyard, you’ll be advised on how to set up rent payments as part of your acceptance offer. Arrivals information Prior to the start of your accommodation contract, you’ll be invited to undertake our online induction. This will give you all the specific details you need about moving in and what to bring. You’ll also be able to download a specific Resident’s Handbook for the property you’ll live in. Information accurate at the time of publication and is subject to change without notice.


CB1 – Aston, Bragg & Crick

The Railyard (Stephenson & Telford)

Peter Taylor House

Swinhoe Hall

Anastasia House

YMCA

University Houses (including Collier Road)

Sedley Court

The Student Village Chelmsford

Cambridge

Cambridge

Cambridge

Cambridge

Cambridge

Cambridge

Cambridge

Cambridge

Chelmsford

Proposed cost per week from

En-suite: £130.51

£159.14

£137.13

Standard: £124.32 Large: £132.93 En-suite: £141.40

£154.21

£126.84

£90.65 – £149.03

£133.40

£117.95 – £125.93

En-suite £145.53

Average: £119.84

Proposed cost for total tenancy from

En-suite: £5481.42 Studios: £6124.86 – £7342.02

£6843.02

Standard: £5026.08 Large: £5374.17 En-suite: £5716.60

£6234.49

£5073.60

£3664.85 – £6025.07

£5602.80

£4768.55 – £5091.17

Proposed deposit

£250 plus a £50 utilities bond

4 weeks’ rent

None

None

None

£300

None

£300

£300

Proposed fees/advance payment

Application/ administration fee £150

4 weeks’ rent advance rent on accepting offer of accommodation

3 weeks’ rent advance rent on accepting offer of accommodation

3 weeks’ rent advance rent on accepting offer of accommodation

3 weeks’ rent advance rent on accepting offer of accommodation

£1 month’s rent before moving in

3 weeks’ rent advance rent on accepting offer of accommodation

Up to 6 weeks’ rent before contract commencement

Three weeks’ advance rent on accepting offer of accommodation

Length of tenancy

Mid-September 2016 – early July 2017

Mid-September 2016 – early July 2017

Mid-September 2016 – late June 2017

Mid-September 2016 – late June 2017

Mid-September 2016 – late June 2017

Mid-September 2016 – late June 2017

Mid-September 2016 – late June 2017

Early September 2016 – late June 2017

Early September 2016 – late June 2017

Location

Off-campus

Off-campus

On-campus

On-campus

Next to campus

Off-campus

Off-campus

Off-campus

On-campus

Management

Externally managed

Externally managed

Anglia Ruskin

Anglia Ruskin

Anglia Ruskin

Externally managed

Anglia Ruskin

Externally managed

Anglia Ruskin

Number of bedrooms

511

244

254

121

68

33

265

150

510

Type

Hall with flats

Hall with flats

Hall with communal corridors

Hall with communal corridors

Hall with flats

Hall with flats

Shared house

Hall with flats

Hall with flats

Bedroom

Single occupancy & some studios for couples if both are full time Anglia Ruskin students

Single occupancy

Single occupancy

Single occupancy, 2 twin rooms

Single occupancy

Single occupancy

Single occupancy, 5 twin rooms

Single occupancy

Single occupancy

Bed size

Small double

Small double

Single

Single

Small double

Single

Single

Single

Single

Utilities

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Gas, water, electric included to reasonable threshold

Desk, chair, wardrobe

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

En-suite rooms

En-suite

En-suite

En-suite

11 En-suite, 110 Non en-suite

61 En-suite, 7 Non en-suite all with mini fridge

5 En-suite, 28 non ensuite

10 En-suite rooms available

En-suite

Mostly en-suite

Internet

12Mbps. Wired (£50 fee)

High Speed WiFi

A minimum 20MB wired and wireless service

A minimum 20MB wired and wireless service

A minimum 20MB wired and wireless service

Wireless, 100MB

A minimum 20MB wired and wireless service

Wired 4MB

A minimum 20MB wired and wireless service

Possessions Insurance

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

In Collier Road Houses only

Yes

Yes

Shared kitchen

Shared kitchen, 112 studios

Shared kitchen

Shared kitchen

Shared kitchen

Shared kitchen

Shared kitchen

Shared kitchen

Shared kitchen

Shared kitchen

Laundry

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

On-campus

Yes

On-campus

Yes

Yes

Social space

Kitchen/ living room/ communal lounge

Kitchen/dining room

Kitchen/dining room

Kitchen/dining room

Kitchen/dining room

Kitchen/dining room

Some have living rooms

Social space

Kitchen/dining room

Medical requirement rooms

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Security

On-call out-ofoffice-hours staff, 24-hour security, CCTV

On-call out-ofoffice-hours staff, 24-hour security, CCTV

On-call out-ofoffice-hours staff, 24-hour security, CCTV

On-call out-ofoffice-hours staff, 24-hour security, CCTV

On-call out-ofoffice-hours staff, 24-hour security

24-hour staffing

On-call out-of-officehours staff

On-call out-ofoffice-hours staff, CCTV

On-call out-ofoffice-hours staff, 24-hour security, CCTV

*(included in rent)

Studio: £145.83 – 174.81 £5543.97

En-suite £5821.20

Average: £4844.96

(coin and card operated)

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Tuition fees and scholarships International (non-EU) Tuition fees for 2016/17 (per year)

Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Undergraduate

Undergraduate

• A  ll BA (Hons) and LLB (Hons) degrees (except those listed below)

£11,000

• All BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons) degrees

• BA (Hons) Computer Games Art

£11,500

Postgraduate

• BA (Hons) Fashion Design

£11,500

• All MA and MSc degrees (except those listed below)

• BA (Hons) Film and Television Production

£11,500

• MA Social Work

£12,900

• BA (Hons) Fine Art

£11,500

• MA Early Childhood Education

£11,200

• BA (Hons) Illustration

£11,500

• MA Education

£11,200

• BA (Hons) Illustration and Animation

£11,500

• MA Student Affairs in Higher Education

£11,200

• BA (Hons) Photography

£11,500

• M  BA Educational Leadership and Management

£12,900

• MSc Mental Health

£11,200

Postgraduate • All MA degrees and LLM courses (except those listed below)

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£11,000

£11,700

£11,200

Faculty of Medical Science

• LLM Legal Practice (top-up 60 credits)

£4,500

• MA Children’s Book Illustration

£12,700

• MA Computer Games Development (Art)

£11,700

Undergraduate

• MA Fashion Design

£11,700

• All BSc (Hons) degrees (except those listed below)

£11,500

• MA Fine Art

£11,700

• BSc (Hons) Public Health

£11,000

• MA Film and Television Production

£11,700

• MA Illustration and Book Arts

£11,700

• M  A Intercultural Communication (with Eurocampus)

£11,700

• MBA Health Care Management

£12,900

• MA Photography

£11,700

• MCh Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery

£12,700

• MA Printmaking

£11,700

• MSc Medical Technology

£12,700

• MA Publishing

£11,700

• MSc Physician Associate

£12,900

• MA Music Therapy

£5,850 (2 years – £11,700)

• MA Dramatherapy

£5,850 (2 years – £11,700)

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Postgraduate • All MSc degrees (except those listed below)

£11,700


Postgraduate

Faculty of Science & Technology

• All MA and MSc degrees (except those listed below)

£11,200

• MBA

£12,900

Undergraduate • A  ll BA (Hons), BSc (Hons), BOptom (Hons) and BEng (Hons) degrees (except those listed below)

£11,500

• BSc (Hons) Abnormal and Clinical Psychology

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Architecture

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Computer Networks

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Computer Science

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Construction Management

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Crime and Investigative Studies

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Psychology

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Software Development

£11,000

• BSc (Hons) Sports Science

£11,000

Postgraduate • All MSc degrees

£11,700

All Faculties Postgraduate research (Full-time) • MPhil/PhD

£11,200

• Professional Doctorate (Stage 1)

£11,000

• Bench fee (if required)

£1,000 to £7,000

• Writing-up fee

£1,300

Stage 2 Research is part-time only and must be undertaken alongside your professional employment or practice (either in the UK or overseas). International students can complete this stage in the UK only if they have a visa status which allows it; sponsorship for a Tier 4 student visa is not available for this stage. Fees information in this prospectus is correct at time of going to print. For more up-to-date information on fees, please Visit anglia.ac.uk/international/fees

Lord Ashcroft International Business School

If you are an EU student, please Visit anglia.ac.uk/fees

Undergraduate • A  ll BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons) degrees (including top-ups) (except those listed below)

£11,000

• B  Sc (Hons) International Business Management (accelerated)

£13,750

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Paying your fees Deposit Most international students are required to pay a deposit of £4,000 for undergraduate, postgraduate and postgraduate research courses or provide an acceptable letter of sponsorship. The deposit will be listed as a condition in your offer letter, and you’ll not be issued a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) until we’ve received your deposit. Please note the deposit is non-refundable unless your visa is refused. For more information about the letter of sponsorship, please visit our website. Visit anglia.ac.uk/international/ payingfees

Early payment discount To all international students who are paying their annual tuition fees in full, our University will offer an early payment discount. The discount is £400 and is applicable to all international students (undergraduate, postgraduate and postgraduate research). Please note this discount is not applicable to Pre-sessional English or short course students and terms and conditions apply.

Choosing to pay in instalments If you choose to pay your tuition fees in instalments, you’ll pay a £4,000 deposit, then instalments as follows: • Students starting in September: 60% of the remaining fees (including the deposit) at registration, a further 40% in January. • S  tudents starting in January: 60% of the remaining fees (including the deposit) at registration, a further 40% in May. • A  ll tuition fee instalments are deducted for payment on the 15th of the appropriate month. Please note that you will be required to pay 60% of your first year tuition fees before registration.   For more information on how to pay your fees, please visit our website. Visit anglia.ac.uk/international/ payingfees  

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Scholarships Listed below are few of our scholarships which we offer to our international (non-EU) students. In addition, there may be more scholarships available that are based on your field of study, your home country or on a faculty basis. Please visit our website for up-to-date scholarships information or contact us. Visit anglia.ac.uk/international/fees Email internationaladmissions@anglia.ac.uk

The International Merit Scholarship The International Merit Scholarship provides awards of either £500 or £1,000 to well-qualified students applying for any full-time undergraduate, postgraduate taught or postgraduate research course. In some countries, we offer a laptop alternative. Awards are made on the basis of academic merit. Once you apply for a course at Anglia Ruskin you’ll be automatically considered for a scholarship and details of any award given will be included in your offer letter.

International Alumni Scholarship This scholarship of £1,000, deducted from the tuition fee, is available if you’re: • a current Anglia Ruskin undergraduate student who is progressing straight to our postgraduate taught course, or • a current Anglia Ruskin postgraduate student progressing straight to our postgraduate research course.

Sports Scholarship We offer selective sports scholarships and bursaries to students of high sporting potential enrolled on our academic programmes. Awards range from £500 to £1,000 per year, and are available in a variety of sports including cricket, rowing, athletics and swimming.

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Transfer Scholarship If you are transferring from a partner institution with which we have a cooperation agreement you may receive a £1,000 transfer scholarship as a reduction of your tuition fees. At the moment we have an agreement with the London School of Accountancy.

Additional scholarship information In addition to the scholarships described above, you may wish to consult the joint British Council and UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) as possible sources of funding for students wishing to study in the UK. Please note that we normally award one scholarship per student. However, sometimes students are eligible for more than one scholarship. Please contact us on internationaladmissions@anglia.ac.uk for more information. If you are an EU student and would like to know more about scholarships and other funding options, please visit our website: Visit anglia.ac.uk/scholarships

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Student visas and immigration We are a registered sponsor under Tier 4 of the UK’s points-based immigration system. We issue the necessary documentation to assist students in obtaining entry clearance to the UK. This section will highlight the most important parts you need to know about visas and immigration. For more information, visit: anglia.ac.uk/visa

Students studying with Anglia Ruskin for longer than six months As a non-EEA student you need a visa to study at Anglia Ruskin University. The Tier 4 (General) visa is the category for adult students who want to come to or remain in the UK for their post-16 education. In order to apply for your Tier 4 student visa you’ll need a Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS), which is a unique 14 digital alphanumeric reference number and the information we have sent to the UK Visas and Immigration regarding your study with us. As a university, we will issue you with a ‘CAS statement’ which includes the CAS number and information that you’ll need to complete your visa application form. The earliest you can apply for your Tier 4 student visa is 3 months before the start of your course and for most countries the British Embassy Entry Clearance Officers will let you have the decision on your visa within 3 weeks of your application with them. Check the guide processing times (gov.uk/visa-processing-times) to find out how long getting a visa might take in your country. Your CAS will not be issued until you have met all your conditions of your offer including paying your deposit and sending us a copy of the information page from your passport.

If you have made your application to Anglia Ruskin University via one of our agents or our partner institutions, they will support your visa application and will ask you to provide a number of documents to ensure you are ready to apply for your visa. They will then request your CAS from us. The documents they will need to see will be: • Original documents that you have used to obtain your offer including academic qualifications and evidence of English language proficiency. • A receipt for your deposit payment. • Y  our passport and any previous UK visas. • Evidence of your maintenance funds. If you have applied directly to the University you’ll need to submit these documents to International Admissions (internationaladmissions@anglia. ac.uk) before your CAS is issued. So that you are ready to make your visa application in good time to arrive at the start of your course you should start preparing early. This is especially important if you are from a country which requires you to obtain a certificate confirming you do not have infectious pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) before making an immigration application to come to the UK. Details of how to obtain a TB certificate in your country can be found at: gov.uk/tb-test-visa. Please be aware that you’ll need to book an appointment and at busy times (such as between July to October) you may have to wait ten days or more for an appointment.

You’ll also be required to show that you have sufficient funds to pay for your remaining fees and a fixed amount towards your living costs, this is known as maintenance. You must be able to show, using original bank statements, that the money has been held for at least 28 days (finishing on the date of the closing balance) and the end of that 28 days period cannot be more than one month before the date of the application. The bank statements must also be from a bank recognised by the UK Visas and Immigration. If the bank account is not a UK current account then you must show that you have sufficient funds based on the prevailing exchange rate at the time of the application of your visa (not at the time the bank statement commenced). You cannot apply for your visa if you do not meet this requirement – your application will be refused. If you are in doubt please check with us or with our agents as non-compliance with this requirement even on a technicality will result in a refusal of your visa. If you would like further information about applying for a visa, contact the British Embassy or High Commission in your home country. Visit gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa

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Cost of living in the UK Academic Technology The UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) Approval Scheme regularly reviews and sets the minimum (ATAS) clearance living cost requirements for students studying in universities in or outside certification from London. This is the same amount which The Foreign and is needed for your visa application too. At the moment, for students studying Commonwealth Office outside London the required funds are £9,135 per 9 months academic year or £1,015 per month. Please be aware that this monthly recommended amount does not include your tuition fees. The recommended amount is the minimum funds required to cover living costs and your budget should reflect your own priorities – for example, you may wish to spend a little more on books and a little less on clothes. Please visit the UKVI website for the most up-to-date information about the cost of living in the UK.

Visit gov.uk/government/publications/ immigration-rules-appendix-c

Students studying with Anglia Ruskin for six months or less The ‘Short term study visa category will allow you to come to the UK if you are 18 years or older, and want to enter: • for up to 6 months to study a short course

International candidates who are applying for postgraduate level courses in certain science or technology subjects (and who are not from either a European Economic Area country or Switzerland) will require ATAS clearance certification from The Foreign and Commonwealth Office. At Anglia Ruskin University, this will mainly apply to students undertaking research or Postgraduate taught courses in the faculties of Science & Technology, Health, Social Care & Education and Medical Science. If you require an ATAS certificate, we will inform you of this requirement in your offer letter and provide you with details to support your ATAS application. For more information about ATAS including guidance on submitting an application: Visit fco.gov.uk/atas

• o  r for up to 11 months to study an English language course. This particularly applies if you are coming to study on one semester programmes (such as Study Abroad) or are undertaking a ‘dual award’ programme where less than six months of the course is based in the UK. If you are coming to Anglia Ruskin University to study an English language course lasting less than six months, but intend to then continue studying with us on a degree programme the Tier 4 visa route is more appropriate for you.

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How to apply

Our International Admissions team will help you make your first steps towards joining us as easy as possible. You can find specific entry requirements for your country on our website. Visit anglia.ac.uk/yourcountry If your country is not yet listed, we will assess your qualifications when we receive your application, but if you need advice before this, please contact us: Email international@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0)1245 493131

Have you chosen your course?

NO

NO

YES

Have you received our decision on your application?

Postgraduate Courses: anglia.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate

Undergraduate Courses: anglia.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate

YES

Have you submitted a completed application?

See courses we offer by faculty in pages 20-55 or alternatively, check our online prospectuses.

Apply online via course pages, just go to the course page and choose the apply online option. This option is available for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Please note if you are an EU student and are interested in undergraduate courses, you need to apply via UCAS, all information about this application route is provided on course pages. For more information visit anglia.ac.uk/international/apply You will need to support your application by providing the following documents: qualification certificates and transcripts, a statement of purpose, references,

NO

1. Check your email including junk folder. We may have requested further information or additional documents from you. 2. Contact your agent (if applicable).

proof of name change (if applicable), photocopies of passport, portfolio (if applicable), curriculum vitae/resume. Once you have submitted your application we will email you log in details for your applicant portal, and we will contact you when you need to log in to do something. You will also be able to view documents we upload for you and view the decision on your application. To access your portal, visit e-vision. anglia.ac.uk/urd/sits.urd/run/siw_lgn

3. If you are a direct applicant and if you haven’t heard from us in ten business days, please email us at: Email internationaladmissions@ anglia.ac.uk

YES

Decision on your application We aim to provide an initial response and/or a decision upon your application as soon as possible. Provided you meet our English, academic and immigration requirements, you’ll be likely to receive an offer from us. Once you receive this, you must accept your offer and provide copies of all documents requested to meet the conditions. For example, academic qualifications and English language test results, when you receive them. One of your conditions will be to pay the deposit too.

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For more information on to how to pay the deposit, visit our website: Visit anglia.ac.uk/international/fees You also need to complete the previous study form (doesn’t apply to our EU students) Visit anglia.ac.uk/visa A Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS) will be issued once we have received all the information we need. Please contact the admissions team if you have any queries.

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Once the CAS been received, you can now apply for the visa. It will only be issued three months before the start date of the course. Please refer to the page 77 for more details about student visas and immigration. Please note that CAS is not relevant to EU students. Your application process is completed as soon as you have accepted your offer and met all your conditions.


Useful links International Office Visit anglia.ac.uk/international Email international@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0)1245 493131

International Admissions Email internationaladmissions@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0)1245 683680

UK/EU Admissions Email answers@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0)1245 493131

International Student Advice Service Email internationaladvice@anglia.ac.uk Cambridge campus Call +44 (0)1223 698135 or Call +44 (0)1223 698073 Chelmsford campus Call +44 (0)1245 684285

Residential Service team Visit anglia.ac.uk/accommodation Cambridge campus Email cambaccom@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0)1223 363271

Admission with credit If you have already completed one or two years of study at university level in the UK or your home country, you may be eligible to enter directly into year two or three of a related degree course at Anglia Ruskin. Please visit our Accreditation of Prior Learning webpage for information and guidance on entry criteria and the application process. Visit anglia.ac.uk/priorlearning English language requirements Our standard entry criteria for undergraduate courses is IELTS 6.0 or equivalent, with nothing lower than 5.5 in any of the four elements (listening, speaking, reading and writing).

However, some of our courses may have higher English language proficiency requirements. For specific details and exceptions regarding IELTS, please visit your course page of choice. Visiting your country Staff from our university make frequent trips overseas to meet prospective students. In addition to attending fairs, they are available to carry out short interviews, check your application and make instant offers. Check our website for details of upcoming trips (these are updated regularly). Visit anglia.ac.uk/yourcountry

Our standard entry criteria for postgraduate courses is IELTS 6.5, with nothing lower than 5.5 in any of the four elements (listening, speaking, reading and writing).

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Chelmsford campus Email essexaccom@anglia.ac.uk Call +44 (0)1245 493131

Anglia Ruskin Students’ Union Visit angliastudent.com Email info@angliastudent.com Call +44 (0)1223 460008

Other Useful Links UK Visas – advice on obtaining a Student Visa Visit ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk

British Council Advice on studying in the UK Visit educationuk.org

UKCISA The UK Council for International Student Affairs, extensive advice for international students Visit ukcisa.org.uk

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How to find us Travelling by air to the UK The best airports to fly to are all major London airports including Stansted, Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick. Which one you fly to will depend on where you’re coming from. If you’re coming into Heathrow, you can sign up for the free airport pick-up organised by our International Student Advice Team. You can find out more about that on our planning your arrival page: anglia.ac.uk/international/ planning-your-travel

Our Cambridge campus to: Heathrow Airport: 1 hour 37 minutes Luton Airport: 1 hour 10 minutes Gatwick Airport: 1 hour 43 minutes

Travelling by train (from continental Europe) to the UK

Travelling by bus or coach to our campuses

If you’re in continental Europe, you can take the Eurostar straight into London St Pancras train station, from where you can simply take another train to get into our campuses.

Cambridge Buses and coaches from most routes, including national lines, stop at Drummer Street Bus Station just a five-minute walk from campus. The main bus operator in Cambridge is Stagecoach, which runs a full range of services on their Citi network.

Visit the Eurostar website for more information eurostar.com Travelling by train or tube to our campuses Cambridge We’re a 25-minute walk from the Cambridge railway station. Trains run frequently between Cambridge and London (from London King’s Cross and Liverpool Street), Ipswich, Peterborough (with connections to the north), King’s Lynn and Birmingham.

Visit: nationalexpress.com Chelmsford The bus station is on Duke Street, a 15-minute walk from the campus, where First Group operates bus services across Essex. National Express coach routes terminate in Victoria Road, just a 10-minute walk from campus. Visit firstgroup.com Visit nationalexpress.com

Stansted Airport: 33 minutes

Our Chelmsford campus to: Heathrow Airport: 1 hour 36 minutes Luton Airport: 1 hour 10 minutes Gatwick Airport: 1 hour 5 minutes Stansted Airport: 30 minutes

Our London campus to: Heathrow Airport: 57 minutes Luton Airport: 1 hour 17 minutes Gatwick Airport: 1 hour 25 minutes Stansted Airport: 1 hour 6 minutes

Our Peterborough campus to: Gatwick Airport: 1 hour 37 minutes Stansted Airport: 36 minutes Heathrow Airport: 1 hour 45 minutes

Chelmsford The train station is a ten-minute walk from the campus and is on the main line from London Liverpool Street to Colchester, taking only 30 minutes from the capital. Up to six trains an hour connect Chelmsford to London Liverpool Street. London Our campus is close to Chancery Lane tube station (Central line – about five minutes’ walk away) and Farringdon tube (Hammersmith & City, Circle, Metropolitan Underground lines – about two minutes’ walk away).As well as the tube, First Capital Connect train services come into Farringdon station from Luton, Bedford, St Albans, Croydon and Gatwick. Peterborough High-speed trains leaving every 20 minutes will take you from London to Peterborough in 45 minutes with trains also operating from Birmingham, Cambridge, Ely, Ipswich, Lincoln, Liverpool, Norwich and Stansted Airport. Visit nationalrail.co.uk

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London Routes 8, 17, 25, 45, 46, 63 and 521 stop on Charterhouse Street. Peterborough Buses to the campus leave from Queensgate Bus Station located in Peterborough city centre and take approximately five minutes. Visit peterborough.gov.uk


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Disabled parking Cycle parking Motorcycle parking Toilets Restaurant/café Smoking area Pedestrian route Recycling point Lifts Wi-Fi

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Our London campus

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Notice to potential students Anglia Ruskin University Higher Education Corporation is an exempt charity. Registered Office: Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1SQ. This prospectus describes the courses and awards offered by Anglia Ruskin University. Anglia Ruskin University’s online prospectus contains further information about each course and any updates. The online prospectus can be viewed here: anglia.ac.uk/study Should you become a student of Anglia Ruskin University, you will receive additional documents detailing the teaching, examination, assessment, and other education services offered by Anglia Ruskin University. In particular, you will be invited to be bound by the Rules, Regulations and Procedures for Students, a copy of which can be obtained from the Secretary & Clerks Office or at www.anglia.ac.uk/keydocuments

Before you apply to Anglia Ruskin University Anglia Ruskin University endeavours to take all reasonable steps to provide the education services in the manner set out in this prospectus and in those additional documents. It does not, however, guarantee the provision of such services. Should industrial action or other events beyond the control of Anglia Ruskin University interfere with its ability to provide education services, Anglia Ruskin University undertakes to use all reasonable endeavours to minimise the resulting disruption to those services. Should you become a student at Anglia Ruskin University, an offer letter will be sent to you and this shall constitute a term of any contract between you and Anglia Ruskin University. Any offer of a place made to you by Anglia Ruskin University is made on the basis that in accepting such an offer you signify your consent and agreement to abide by the Rules Regulations and Procedures for Students as a term of any such contract. All course information in this prospectus is correct at time of going to print. Considerable care has been taken in the preparation of this prospectus to ensure its accuracy at the time of going to press. If, however, you feel that it is inaccurate or misleading, you should write, stating the detail of your complaint, to: The Secretary and Clerk to the University, Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1SQ.

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