Anglia Ruskin University has three campuses, located in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough. Each campus offers its own range of specialised courses. Its history dates back to 1858 when it was opened as the Cambridge School of Art. This art school is still at the heart of the university’s Cambridge campus, but since 1858 it has expanded greatly to offer a wide range of courses from different disciplines.
The university’s values are ambition, innovation, courage, community, integrity and responsibility, and you’ll see these play out in the way the university conducts its teaching, as well as through the support it offers and the atmosphere it fosters on its campuses.
No matter which campus you’re studying on, you’ll find everything you need nearby. Each campus has bars and nightclubs in close proximity as well as museums, cinemas, restaurants and green spaces, so there’s something for everybody.
All of the campuses have easy transport links to London and other major cities, making both national and international travel straightforward. You can rest assured that whichever campus you’re studying at, you’ll be benefitting from specialist courses, access to the student lifestyle, and an easy trip back home.