Advice for parents/guardiansParent, partner, guardian, family member, friend...anyone closely related to the student will want to support them during their time at Anglia Ruskin University.
We have dedicated staff to encourage and support your son/daughter throughout their studies.
Helping your son/daughter gain a good qualification is the main aim of life at Anglia Ruskin University, but we also see it as vital that we help our students develop a wide range of skills required for a rewarding career.
The University has seen great investment in the past few years; amongst our new facilities to name but are few are:
- State-of-the-art library and computing facilities
- Dedicated new music, arts and language laboratory facilities
- Science study laboratories including a CCTV supported crime scene facility
- Sports and fitness suites including the impressive new Mildmay sports hall
Supporting our studentsUniversity is much more than survival.
Being at university isn't just about survival or the development of coping strategies to get students to the end of the course. It is an enriching experience that enables each student to maximise their potential - academically, personally and professionally. At Anglia we achieve this by providing many varied opportunities and a comprehensive network of services to support students in their development and help them get the most out of their time at Anglia.
Student Support Services are based on-campus, providing careers information
, counselling services
, educational guidance, health advice
, financial aid
and advice for students at all times.
We also support our students with generous bursary scheme of £2000. Click here for more information about the scholarship
Where can I help my son/daughter find further information?Internet
The UCAS website at will have an interactive Clearing vacancy search from A level results day details can be found at www.ucas.com
UCAS supplies official vacancy information to The Independent and The Independent on Sunday.www.independent.co.uk