Why Anglia Ruskin

Come to a modern, global university where careers begin. From day one, we’ll help you work towards your ambitions, graduating with industry-recognised qualifications valued all over the world.

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We’re winners. We pride ourselves on championing entrepreneurial spirit among our students, staff and alumni. You’ll find many signs to evidence this throughout our university – from our 12 areas of world-leading research to our award-winning entrepreneurial initiatives.

Learn using multi-million pound facilities

From forensic laboratories to multimedia recording studios and university libraries open to you 24 hours during term time.

Study in one of our modern campuses

As one of the largest universities in the East of England, you can study in three vibrant cities:

Student Support

Our Student Services team was rated the best in the country (Times Higher Education Awards, 2012)

Our Student Services Team will help support you through your studies and beyond. We provide help and advice for all aspects of your university life so that you can make the most of your time with us. In the following pages, you’ll find support for money matters, study advice, personal support, help meeting people, making yourself more employable and much more.

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This is your first stop for our international students who need support. Our International Student Advice team will be with you from before day one, providing assistance for pre-arrival, getting to our campuses, immigration advice, settling in and more.

Faculty Student Advice Service

Find out more about the support and advice available to you, which will help you make the most out of your course. We’ll help you understand the university system, provide you with advice about how to study and more.

Employability Service

Our graduate prospects are among the best in the country – with 9 out of 10 starting their career or further study within the first six months.*

From your very first day our focus is on improving your job prospects and our services are planned to give you everything from careers advice, CV and interview workshops to job opportunities and internships.

*Graduates working or in further study (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Institutions, 2012/13).


The iCentre is your first point of call for any information you might need about your time with us. They deal with student registration, supplying student ID, assignment submissions, and helping international students to set up a UK bank account.

Student Money Advice

Understanding the cost of living and studying in a University abroad can be tricky. Our support with finance pages will provide you with the information you need and the support we have available to help you manage your funds.

Advice for Disabled Students

We hold regular drop-in sessions to give information, advice and support to students with disabilities. You can also find out more about getting assessed for the Disabled Students’ Allowance. We’ll help you find the right solutions to enable you to reach your full potential on your course.

Health and Wellbeing

We want to help you have a happy and successful time here with us. If you have any concerns we offer a free and fully confidential Counselling and Wellbeing Service.

The service covers everything from anxieties and stress, advice from our Chaplaincy Service and help and support for any concerns you have about your course and exams.

Sport and Active Anglia

We’re a very active university with a huge range of sport teams and fitness activities to choose from. Whether you’re hoping to compete in the Olympics or just looking for some casual fitness classes we have something for you.

Students’ Union

You’ll become a part of this union as soon as you will become our student. It’s independent union from the University that supports students through university. You get to decide how this union is run and what they do. You can vote in elections, get your voice heard through student councils or take part in campaigns. Their core function is representation, which means they dedicate almost all of their resources to making sure your voice gets heard, and you get the most out of your degree.

Fees for international students

Below you can find a summary of our fee brackets for international students. For specific course fees, please visit your course page of interest:

2016/17 fee brackets (per year)

Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences

Undergraduate BA (Hons) and LLB (Hons) degrees: £11,000 – £11,500
Postgraduate taught MA and LLM degrees: £11,200 – £12,700

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Undergraduate BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons) degrees: £11,000
Postgraduate taught MA and MSc degrees: £11,200 – £12,900

Faculty of Medical Science

Undergraduate BSc (Hons): £11,000 – £11,500
Postgraduate taught MSc, MBA and MCh degrees: £11,000 – £12,900

Faculty of Science & Technology

Undergraduate BA (Hons), BSc (Hons), BOptom and BEng (Hons) degrees: £11,000 – £11,500
Postgraduate taught MSc degrees: £11,200 – £11,700

Lord Ashcroft International Business School

Undergraduate BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons) degrees: £11,000 – £13,750
Postgraduate taught MA, MSc and MBA degrees: £11,200 – £12,900

Postgraduate research fees for all faculties

Please note the fees below are just for guidance, visit our research pages for more specific information about research fees for international students.


MPhil/PhD £11,200
Professional Doctorate (Stage 1) £11,000
Bench fee (if required) £1,000 – £7,000
Writing-up fee £1,300