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Anglia Ruskin University

Based at two main campuses in Cambridge and Chelmsford, Anglia Ruskin is strongly committed to widening access to higher education. Awarded university status in 1992, today it is one of the largest universities in the east of England and has about 30,000 students. An increasing number are attracted to the university from mainland Europe and beyond.

Cambridge-based students will have access to a lovely and deeply student-centric historic city. Chelmsford buzzes with culture and nightlife. There are great shopping centres, a covered market, an ice rink and lots of sports clubs.

Fees
£9,000 for full-time undergraduates in 2014-15.

Bursaries
Anglia Ruskin books plus – £1,200 over three years for every government-funded student who starts in September 2014.

Anglia Ruskin fee reduction – £2,250 over three years if household income is less than £25,000 per year.

Anglia Ruskin national scholarship – £3,800 over three years if household
income is less than £25,000 per year.

Anglia Ruskin achievement scholarship – £3,000 for students who get ABB+ grades at A-level or equivalent.

Anglia Ruskin sports scholarship – £3,000 for talented sports man and
woman.

Accommodation
There is no official guarantee of accommodation for first-year students, but in reality the university can accommodate most first-year Chelmsford applicants and about 90% of Cambridge applicants.

Facilities
Good sports and computing facilities, and well-stocked libraries. More than £81m has been invested in state-of-the-art learning environments with a mock courtroom for law students; simulated hospital wards, operating theatres and a medicine suite. The 22-acre Chelmsford campus boasts an impressive business school and a sports hall.

The university has invested more than £85m in study, social and sports facilities, and the Cambridge campus has been redeveloped to create a state-of-the-art learning and teaching environment for students and staff. The building will be able to generate up to 18% of its energy needs, with its own heat, power plant and solar panels. It will also feed electricity into the national grid to benefit the community.

Transport
Both Cambridge and Chelmsford have easy access to motorways, main roads, rails links and Stansted airport. Click on Cambridge and Chelmsford for directions to the campuses.