Anglia Ruskin University
About Anglia Ruskin University
Anglia Ruskin University was established in 1992. With student enrolments of about 31,000 today, it is one of the largest universities in the East side of England, which provides part-time education.
They provide both under and post graduate degrees as well as a range of professional qualifications. The majority of degrees are in nursing, teaching, and contemporary courses which are designed for individual needs and standards of a knowledge-based economy.
The main campus at Cambridge and Chelmsford attracts students from abroad such as Egypt, Oman and the rest of the Middle East, from the East of England and increasingly from Mainland Europe and even from afield. This university has an extensive network of contacts with institutions around the world making the able to offer courses globally.
Anglia Ruskin University is passionate about the continuing the education of their students.
They direct education in new and creative ways.
They are important to the region and want to be viewed by the UK and the rest of the world as exceptional.
Their accomplishments are for the improvement of social, cultural, and economic wellbeing.
They tirelessly work to ensure that:
Over 90% of their students find success, satisfaction and recommend them to others.
Every staff member will routinely engage in research for their academic discipline.
They will continue to gain national and global recognition.
Over 90% of staff will find their positions satisfying and receive job related training and improvements every year.
Students will use the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) daily, and sustainability will be a feature experience; most full-time on campus students will be engaged in activities outside the curriculum.
To make their programs affordable within the region, abroad, and face to face online as well as making their online systems both staff and student friendly.
To be the leading UK awarder of Professional Doctorates, work based education, and the accreditation of prior learning.
To increase the number of institutions they work with at least 5% every year; with profitability growing at least 10% every year.
Increase involvement with local communities, including the ones from their international partnerships.
To have a sense of belonging, to reach their academic ambitions, to maintain innovative inspiration, To be ever mindful and careful of the environment, to support each other, and to always be honest and open first and foremost.