Anglia Ruskin University Courses

Anglia Ruskin University Courses

Anglia Ruskin University Courses

Difference between BEng and BSc in Engineering

BSc in Engineering

The structure of the BSc (Hons) course will place emphasis on teaching skills and knowledge which make use of the application of engineering principles and standards and codes of practice, rather than exploring in depth the theory behind the standards and codes. The teaching of mathematics will be aimed at developing an ability to use analytical techniques in practical solutions. This is a slightly more practical course.

Both courses lead to Incorporated Engineer Status (IEng) but the BEng can lead to an MEng. Both courses will lead to Anglia Ruskin University MSc in Civil Engineering.

Anglia Ruskin University cannot offer sandwich courses for International students, as the terms of the Tier 4 visa do not cover a year of working.

BEngg. in Engineering

The BEng (Hons) course is intended to provide the distinctive educational base that will produce graduates who are practical, articulate, numerate, literate, imaginative, versatile, confident and inquisitive. Such graduates should have the potential – with Further Learning – to take responsibility for innovation, technology transfer and change, looking for ways of exploiting emerging technologies and, where appropriate, promoting advanced designs and design methods. The BEng (Hons) course goes into greater depth in the subject and has a higher mathematics content with greater emphasis on the theoretical issues. The BEng (Hons) course requires ‘A’ level Mathematics or equivalent.

Both courses lead to Incorporated Engineer Status (IEng) but the BEng can lead to an MEng. Both courses will lead to Anglia Ruskin University MSc in Civil Engineering.

Anglia Ruskin University does not offer sandwich courses for International students, as the terms of the Tier 4 visa do not cover a year of working.

LLB (Hons) Law

Students from across the world are choosing to study Law in the UK at Anglia Ruskin University’s Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses. Anglia Ruskin University celebrated 50 years of teaching Law so it’s an ideal time and become part of Anglia Ruskin University’s dynamic, forward-thinking Law School.

Why study Law at Anglia Ruskin University?

  • Anglia Ruskin University’s LLB (Hons) Law is in the top third of The Guardian League Table 2014
  • Students will graduate with two awards: LLB (Hons) and Higher Diploma in Paralegal Practice – which very few universities offer
  • Anglia Ruskin University is the only UK University to have a national record of 6 wins in the National Client Interviewing Competition (sponsored by the Law Society)
  • University’s lecturers have backgrounds as practitioners, bringing real legal experience to their teaching
  • Experience mock courtrooms for staging debates and elements of the criminal justice process

Choose to study in Cambridge or Chelmsford, Essex, both situated right next to the County Courts and less than 50 minutes from London by train

Find out more about popular LLB (Hons) Law

MA International Relations

The MA International Relations focuses specifically on the pragmatic, real-world application of international relations theory to policy and strategy, and the rigorous examination of practical problems, building close relations with outside bodies including think tanks and NGOs. This course is distinct in offering:

  • Teaching by lecturers with a background/expertise in: international strategic planning and security, defence analysis, UN training, conflict communications, Foreign Office, new media, risk analysis.
  • Cutting-edge lectures and seminars from prestigious guest speakers, practitioners, diplomats, and strategists
  • Opportunities to undertake internships, placements and visits to a wide range of organisations (which may include UN seminars, EU -various departments, Government bodies, think tanks, media agencies, Janes defence and others)
  • Opportunities to study in Paris with international diplomats and strategists (and possibly Dusseldorf in future)
  • Links to Cambridge University, international speakers and seminars at CRASSH.

Find out more about our MA International Relations

MA Criminology: Transnational Crime

Transnational crime includes activities that violate the laws of more than one country; for example, money laundering, terrorist activities, illicit traffic in arms, environmental crimes and illicit drug and people trafficking. This course will enable students to explore practical and theoretical aspects of transnational criminal activities, including models and methods of detection, policing, social control and sanctions. A range of theoretical standpoints will also enable students to understand Western legal and social traditions, in order to develop a comparative framework.

Find out more about the benefits of studying MA Criminology: Transnational Crime

Research programmes (PHD and PROFDOCS also available in a range of specialisms)

Master of Business Administration

The Anglia Ruskin MBA offers a strong core curriculum, with an overarching emphasis on equipping middle/senior managers with the strategic leadership attributes needed to run and manage their organisations. Leaders need to be able to think critically and creatively as well as having high personal effectiveness skills, such as critical self-awareness and reflection; listening and self-management – and these are important elements of Anglia Ruskin MBA course.

Doing business in these turbulent times requires effective communication and the implementation of efficient solutions, Anglia Ruskin MBA provides students with a broad awareness of organisational issues, as well as providing them with the skills they need to evaluate the potential outcomes of complex situations. They will examine the implications of management theories in understanding senior management roles and responsibilities, within the context of more functional specialist knowledge of business management, such as finance, human resources, strategy and marketing.

Participants will be engaged in high-level strategic analysis and facilitated in developing the personal attributes critical to leadership success. It prepares participants for employment in a management role, and to make a significant contribution to their employer. Participants will be able to understand, respond to and lead change with a strong practical and professional orientation.

Upon graduation, students will be well-prepared to undertake a range of management roles within private and public-sector organisations across the globe.

Course features

Anglia Ruskin University MBA is designed for students who have gained a considerable degree of subject knowledge and proficiency from their undergraduate studies, experience of the workplace, or both.

The approach to study is essentially one of critique and evaluation, using the results of current and recent research and case studies to analyse, evaluate and appraise established methods, practices or techniques.

Teaching input is provided via a wide range of approaches, including lectures, seminars, video and case studies. Particular emphasis is placed on team teaching and the setting of work-based tasks at strategic level.

Learning strategies include syndicate work, group presentations, working with local business organisations and self-managed learning.

Assessments have a strong practical and professional orientation, enabling you to develop a range of practical management skills relevant to senior roles in their organisation. Work-based assignments are used where relevant and practical, to help you relate your learning to their work environment, increase your knowledge of that environment, help raise your profile and ensure your sponsor gains immediate, practical benefit.
Anglia Ruskin University striking business school in Cambridge offers state-of-the-art learning environments.

Links between MBA and international partner institutions are fostered through international websites, residentials and conferences.

Core modules

  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Marketing Management
  • Human Resource Management Practice
  • Research Methods for Managers in an International Context
  • Business Analysis Project
  • Strategic Management Analysis
  • International Business Management
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Dissertation
  • Optional modules: Consultancy Skills or Organisational Transformation

Entry requirements

Open to undergraduates with a second-class honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant business related discipline. Candidates without a formal qualification will be expected to demonstrate previous supervisory experience, preferably at middle management level of at least two years. Candidates are normally required to evidence this by means of a CV.

Applicants for whom English is not their first language will be expected to provide proof they have attained a level of English equivalent to an IELTS score of at least 6.5.

Please note that Anglia Ruskin University may require submission of appropriate documentary evidence before any particular application is considered.

MBA Information Systems

As technology continues to act as the backbone of business models across the globe, it is imperative for managers to understand both recent developments in infrastructure design and implementation and to appreciate the importance of contemporary information systems awareness and the impact senior decisions have in this area.

MBA Information Systems Management course combines teaching delivered by Department of Computing and Technology and Lord Ashcroft International Business School to give students the advantage over other managers by providing them with principle skills in the security, efficiency and integrity of information systems in addition to traditional core management skills in strategic business, leadership and people management.

Upon graduation, students will be well-prepared to undertake a range of management roles within information technology focused businesses across the globe.

Course features

It is a unique course, focusing on the importance of contemporary information systems awareness and the impact senior management decisions have in this area.

Gain an advantage over other managers by gaining skills in security, efficiency and integrity of information systems, in addition to traditional core management issues of strategic business, navigation and people management.

Gain a qualification (MBA) recognized globally as the standard of management excellence, with a unique Information Technology aspect.

Guest lectures provided by expert practitioners in the fields of Information Technology, and Business and Management.

Apply theory into practice in a critical and informed manner, and enhance lifelong learning skills in order to achieve self-direction, originality and promotional prospects.

Study at Chelmsford campus, a vibrant city surrounded by green open spaces, which is just 30 minutes by train to London.

Core modules

  • IT Infrastructure (30 credits)·
  • Strategic Management (15 credits)·
  • Business Analysis Project (15 credits)·
  • Organisational Behaviour (15 credits)·
  • Project Management (15 credits)·
  • Secure Systems (15 credits)·
  • Research Methods (15 credits)·
  • Postgraduate Major Project (60 credits)

Entry requirements

Open to undergraduates with a second-class honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant IT or business related discipline.

Applicants for whom English is not their first language will be expected to provide proof they have attained a level of English equivalent to an IELTS score of at least 6.5.

The university requires submission of appropriate documentary evidence before any particular application is considered.

MSc Physiotherapy

Key Facts: 

  1. The course has been developed to reflect the current World Health Organisation and UK agenda for promoting the health and well-being of individuals and communities.
  2. Develop leadership skills, which are vital for today’s healthcare professionals.
  3. Learn how to integrate critically evaluated primary research into practice.
  4. Access to excellent Gait Analysis and other facilities at Anglia Ruskin Postgraduate Medical Institute.
  5. Interact with Lecturers with extensive international experience.
  6. Develop understanding with practical workshops as part of the Advanced Clinical Reasoning and Clinical Application of Exercise modules.
  7. Prepare for new and extended roles.

Physiotherapy at Anglia Ruskin University

The course will enable physiotherapy practitioners to develop their knowledge and extend and advance their practice to meet the increasingly complex demand of physiotherapy within the health and social care sector.

Innovation, research and creativity will be fostered to enable students to influence practice and service delivery and effect change. A key element will be the development of evidence-based practice and leadership. The aim to develop clinical leaders who can improve people’s health and well-being and deliver any necessary changes across organizational boundaries.

Respond to the new challenges facing worldwide healthcare with increased prevalence of other acquired diseases such as obesity, diabetes and osteoporosis. The course will enhance the students understanding of the theoretical underpinning of the use of exercise to aid rehabilitation and enable physiotherapists to explore the theory and relevance of holistic rehabilitation.

Throughout the course, students will be encouraged to actively engage with and critically consider research and evidence from a range of disciplines to determine its quality and relevance in underpinning your practice. This is a theoretical course and students are expected to make links with own area of practice.

MA TESOL and Materials Development

The new MA in TESOL and Materials Development, designed by a team of experts, will train local, national and international leaders in language pedagogy, curriculum design and materials writing, all of which are quickly growing and evolving sub-fields of Applied Linguistics.

Since English became a lingua franca, the demand for teachers and TESOL-oriented materials writers has been greater than ever before. For this reason, the course aims to prepare professionals with a solid foundation in various aspects of applied linguistics so that they can later meet the diverse needs of language learners from different ethnic, educational and socio-economic backgrounds.

The new MA in TESOL and Materials Development is distinct in:

  • Providing students with graduate employment opportunities in a developing market
  • Providing students with the opportunities to work with English Language teachers from Anglia Ruskin Language Services Unit to trial materials
  • Offering opportunities for master classes with Cambridge University Press and other publishers
  • Training graduates to meet an increasing demand for materials writers in the EFL (English as a Foreign Language) sector
  • Supplying global publishers with well-qualified materials writers for local EFL markets
  • Developing materials writers for the e-learning market in the worldwide education and training industry

In addition to the new course Anglia Ruskin University also offers the popular MA Applied Linguistics and TESOL as both a full-time and part-time course based in the cultural city of Cambridge.

Anglia Ruskin University also offers this exceptional course via Distance Learning, ensuring that everyone from across the world has the opportunity to study for this advanced qualification whilst working within their own professional context.

MA Illustration and Book Arts

The New MA Illustration and Book Arts relationships between text and image, words, authorship and the artist’s voice are explored through self-directed visual projects.

This is a practice-based course based primarily on the development of an individual’s visual work. It aims to equip graduates to pursue careers as visual practitioners. In recent years, there has been a growth of interest in the areas of artists’ books, graphic novels, self-publishing and a new awareness of small, batch publishing.

Developments in digital technologies have facilitated the convergence of traditional subject disciplines, and for book arts and illustration there is opportunity for a far wider range of enterprise than is currently understood by narrow definitions of practice.

Many graduates could expect to have a portfolio career, combining artistic practice with other activities. Students will be required to use a comprehensive range of approaches and technologies, so that on a practical level, technical skills such as bookbinding can lead to opportunities running workshops and short courses. The ability to critically evaluate contemporary theory in discipline provides a basis for higher education teaching or further academic development.

Anglia Ruskin University MA Illustration & Book Arts

18 Minutes at Manchester Piccadilly, Jim Butle

MA Illustration and Book Arts offers unique provision in the UK:

  • Encourages a dialogue between visual practitioners in the fields of illustration and book arts
  • Challenges to cross the common fine art/applied art divide, which characterises degree provision in many UK institutions, recognised strengths in Illustration including the world-wide reputation for Children’s Book Illustration
  • Led by artist/lecturer Jim Butler whose artists book has been acquired by Tate Britain
  • Anglia Ruskin’s superb print facilities, described as ‘world class’ in a recent external examiners report, provide exciting opportunities for students to develop they practice across a range of traditional and new media including intaglio, screen, relief, litho and digital print and laser processes

Entry Requirements

A good honours degree (or equivalent) normally in a related subject. Applicants with professional experience are also encouraged to apply. Entry will normally be subject to submission of a portfolio, and an interview. Candidates for whom English is not a first language will be expected to demonstrate IELTS at level 6.5, or equivalent.

Portfolio Requirements
Portfolio should:

  • Show examples of recent visual practice and where possible should include work which is indicative of some of the themes and areas interest you would like to develop on the Masters
  • How students develop and resolve visual ideas is of particular interest to us, so it is very important that students include developmental work (e.g. sketchbooks, contact sheets etc.)
  • Projects where the experimental approaches and developmental work is evident, irrespective of the success of the final outcomes, are more valuable points of insight than a series of highly finished pieces.

MBA Hospital Management

Develop strategic management skills and advance career with Anglia Ruskin University MBA Hospital Management.

Key Facts

  • The only full-time healthcare-specific MBA of its kind within the East of England
  • The course focusses on key business theories and their application to the specific and challenging health and social care environment
  • Enhance career opportunities nationally and internationally
  • Support long term organisational direction and develop skills and knowledge in the formation of finance and marketing strategy
  • Undertake a research project specific to the challenges faced within your organisation
  • The Cambridge campus location is close to London, under an hour by train

MBA Hospital Management at Anglia Ruskin University

As a high level management course specific to the demands of the Anglia Ruskin MBA Hospital Managementhealthcare environment this course is an investment in future career in management. It will equip with the crucial skills and knowledge required to be a successful manager in an ever-changing health and social care environment.

This course is based on the philosophy that management education should provide students with a thorough grounding in the disciplines related to the functional aspects of management. It is also person centered and takes into account all of the students’ professional backgrounds. Whether students are taking a local or international perspective, the course offers a symbiotic approach to building knowledge and expertise.

The curriculum is dynamic and industry relevant and helps to develop the skills and knowledge required for today’s practitioners responding to Anglia Ruskin University MBA Hospital Managementtomorrow’s health organisations. Completion of the course will mean students are equipped as a manager to meet the global challenges and changes of today and the future. Career pathways will open within several health and social care environments, hospitals and nursing homes plus exciting new roles developing in areas including pharmaceuticals and health technologies. Find out more information.

MBA (Hospital Management) has been developed to meet the needs of middle and senior managers in the running of hospital and healthcare environments, and to facilitate their progression to higher-level roles within their organisation. The course has a strategic approach providing managers with range of strategic health sector management skills required for today’s healthcare leaders to operate within established and emerging health services.

Biomedical Science/Biotechnology

Employment prospects in the rapidly-developing global bio medical sector are bright. Anglia Ruskin students are well-placed to pursue careers in medical biotechnology and work in cutting-edge laboratory environments across the world.

Cambridge is a hot spot for medical biotechnology and the university has strong links with world-renowned biotechnology research laboratories located in the region, including: the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute; Addenbrookes Hospital; and the Babraham Research Institute.

The University biomedical/biotechnology students have access to cutting-edge biomedical research and testing equipment, including a brand new £2 million teaching and research laboratory, and an ‘Intellipath’ immunohistochemistry stainer used extensively in clinical laboratories to identify malignant cells within human tissue. Anglia Ruskin University is the first UK University to use the Intellipath as a teaching tool, representing the university commitment to providing students with experience and skills which are valued by employers in the health sector.

Students develop a wide-range of current laboratory skills through a variety of practical assessments, research projects and field trips and the university employ Biomedical Scientists working in local hospital pathology laboratories to deliver teaching on specialist areas of our curriculum, ensuring the teaching stays up-to-date and industry relevant.

Previous students have gone on to exciting and rewarding careers within the NHS, the Blood Transfusion Service, the Medical Research Council and in the pharmaceutical industry. A significant number of our students opt to further their studies at MPhil and PhD level.

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

  • Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) students are offered a year’s free IBMS Student membership.
  • The degree delivers transferable skills (oral and written communication, numerical and computational) relevant to a wider range of graduate employment opportunities
  • Students develop an awareness of the wider social, economic and ethical aspects of biomedical science
  • 85% of students are in work or further study six months after graduating (Unistats 2012)
  • 89% of students agreed that Anglia Ruskin staff are good at explaining things (Unistats 2012).

MSc Biomedical Science

  • Developed for people already working as biomedical scientists this degree is designed to help enhance their career prospects in the healthcare science industry
  • Entirely internet-based (delivered via our Virtual Learning Environment) there is no attendance on-campus required
  • Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS)
  • Students get the opportunity to tailor their studies by choosing a specialist pathology area.

MSc Biotechnology

  • On this degree, students develop a wide-range of current laboratory skills through a variety of practical assessments, research projects and field trips
  • Students may get the opportunity to complete a research-based project working with staff engaged at the cutting edge of biotechnology research
  • Guest lectures are provided by experts in the field
  • The degree delivers a broad base of learning in medical biotechnology
  • Teaching is group-based and learning is delivered in small groups

International Prospectus 2013

Anglia Ruskin University : Biomedical Science/Biotechnology

Cambridge Ruskin International College (CRIC)

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CRIC, an associate college of Anglia Ruskin offers foundation and pre-masters courses to allow progression onto undergraduate Bachelors and postgraduate Masters degrees at Anglia Ruskin.

MSc Clinical Child Psychology

This course is designed to provide the students with an understanding of atypical development. This will encompass both developmental disorders and childhood mental health, looking at the developmental cause, assessment, classification, and treatment. It will provide a good foundation for those wishing to pursue further training in professional clinical training, child psychology and research. The students will develop their academic knowledge in these areas as well as training in relevant assessment and research techniques.

Please note that this course does not include clinical work with children, neither does it constitute professional training (e.g. training in clinical psychology).

Psychology at Anglia Ruskin University

A career in psychology offers excellent long-term prospects in rewarding care profession.  Anglia Ruskin University is committed to help the Anglia Ruskin University- MSc Clinical Child Psychologystudents to fulfill their career aspirations and to equip with the skills, knowledge and experience that will help them in their future psychology career.

Based on Cambridge campus, the Department of Psychology has been rated as a world-class for both its teaching and research. Anglia Ruskin University as world-leading facilities which allow to undertake research in all areas of psychology including, but not limited to diagnosis and treatment in clinical child psychology, consumer behaviors, and neuroscience. Students will be taught by research active academic staff at the forefront of cutting edge discoveries in their fields.

Core modules

  • Issues in Psychological Research
  • Diagnosis and Treatment in Clinical Child Psychology
  • Developmental Psychopathology
  • Quantitative Research Methods
  • Dissertation

Entry requirements 

  • Applicants should possess or expect to possess when commencing Anglia Ruskin University - MSc Clinical Child Psychologythe course a first or second class Honours Degree (2:1), based in a psychology related degree or cognate subject, from a UK Higher Education Institution, or its equivalent worldwide.
  • Prospective students with non-standard entry qualifications are advised to discuss their personal position with the course leader before applying.
  • All candidates will be required to demonstrate the university standard of English language (IELTS) at 6.5 or equivalent, with nothing lower than 5.5 in any of the 4 elements (listening, speaking, reading and writing).

For more details about our entry requirements for this course, please visit online prospectus.

How to apply

Students should apply via our online application system or download application form.

For more information on how to apply, please visit our website.

MCh Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery

This course aims to meet the personal, professional and educational requirements of surgeons continuing their professional development MCh Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery Course at Anglia Ruskin Universitywithin the clinical field of laparoscopic surgery. It will enable students to develop their knowledge and extend and advance their clinical practice to achieve competency in the principles of minimally invasive and robotic surgery. This course will provide students with the breadth and depth of experience to fully engage with all aspects of minimally invasive and robotic surgery, as well as practical training with simulators.

Why study with Anglia Ruskin University?

  • Specifically developed for surgeons wishing to enhance their clinical skills in laparoscopic surgery with options to specialise in gynaecology, vascular, gastrointestinal and urology.
  • Delivered by a team of 19 world leading experts in their specialist fields.
  • Extensive practical training with innovative simulation suites at the internationally recognised ICENI centre, based at the Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust.
  • Access to the pioneering Da Vinci robotic system at Broomfield Hospitalin Chelmsford.
  • Students will be able to maximise career opportunities in the UK and internationally, with invaluable networking opportunities with the UK’s leading surgeons.
  • Anglia Ruskin University is very enthusiastic about – and proud of – our research and research activity is central to our vision. They specialise in delivering near-market, translational research in partnership with health service providers and educators.

Core modules

  • Core Principles of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery
  • Global Leadership
  • Research Studies
  • Major Project

Entry requirements 

  • Students must have a recognized primary medical degree that has been approved by the General Medical Council which has been Anglia Ruskin University - MCh Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery Courseawarded by an institution listed on the Avicenna Directory for Medicine.
  • All Students will be required to demonstrate the university standard of English language (IELTS) at Level 7 (including written English) prior to commencement on a course.
  • Students may gain entry to this course by clearly demonstrating on their application that their qualifications and experience are equivalent to a recognised medical degree.
  • In addition, candidates will be required to undertake a telephone interview.
  • Students seeking admission with credit (either APCL or APEL) will be referred initially to our AP(E)L advisor in our Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education.

Please note that Anglia Ruskin University’s published entry requirements are a guide only and their decision will be based on  student’s overall suitability for the course as well as whether  student meet the minimum entry requirements.

For more details about the entry requirements for this course, please visit online prospectus.

How to apply

Students should apply via Anglia Ruskin University’s online application system or download application form.

http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/prospectus/pg/minimally_invasive_and_robotic_surgery.html

Msc Public Health

Anglia Ruskin University courses follow a modern approach to public health by directly addressing the important social and other factors influencing the well-being of populations. Anglia Ruskin University approach is to equip both professional and non-professional students with the knowledge and skills they need to work in the fast-changing and dynamic world of public health. Whether the students see their future career in local public services or in global non-governmental organizations, the course at Anglia Ruskin University will provide an essential foundation.

5 reasons to study our MSc Public Health course

Anglia Ruskin University - MSc Public Health - 5 Reason

  • Students will gain knowledge and skills to work in the fast-changing and dynamic world of public health.
  • They will develop strategic, applicable leadership skills to achieve public health improvement.
  • They will emphasize the collaborative and multi-dimensional approaches integral to working with individuals and communities to improve public health.
  • Anglia Ruskin University course is recognized by the UK Royal Society for Public Health.
  • Lecturers have a wide-range of international research interests, including how developed nations can achieve a sustainable and resilient food chain and the global burden of public health.

Core modules

  •  Addictions and Communicable Disease Management
  •  Essential Issues in Public Health Policy
  •  Epidemiological Research Methods
  •  Strategic Management and Commissioning
  •  Major Project

Entry requirements 

  • Students should normally have a good first degree or equivalent and be working, or hope to work, within any area of the public health Anglia Ruskin University - MSc Public Health Entryarena. They do not necessarily need a professional qualification for access to the course, but do need to demonstrate a strong interest in public health and local health improvement.
  • Students with a third class honours, or ordinary (pass) degree plus a minimum of one year of relevant post-graduate work experience, will be considered on an individual basis.
  • Students who do not have a first degree, but have relevant work experience, may be able to gain access to the course by completing a Non Graduate Entry Profile demonstrating, and reflecting on, achievement of generic undergraduate learning outcomes through experiential learning.
  • International Students will be required to demonstrate the university standard of English language (IELTS) at Level 6.5 (including written English) prior to commencement on a course.

Please Find the Details on the Website : MSc Public Health

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17 Responses to “Anglia Ruskin University Courses”

  1. sonu says : Reply

    I want to pursue MA in Criminology from the above said University
    My scores are as follows
    10th 55.0%
    12th 57.3%
    15th 63.6%
    my IELTS is 6 overall
    With such scores will I be able to get into the above said University.

  2. dolly says : Reply

    I am currently doing my 5 year Law course and want to LLM Law at UK as I am aiming to settle there.
    please tell me the procedure I will have to go through to get admission into the university.
    thank you

  3. jigar says : Reply

    I have done BE in Chemical Engineering from Mumbai University in 2014. Am having 1 year Work Experience & now want to pursue MBA.
    Am I eligible?
    please guide

  4. naina says : Reply

    i have a general degree in science
    am i eligible for Msc in Physiotherapy at the university of angila ruskin ?

  5. sumit says : Reply

    i have a degree in hotel management
    my bio data is as below
    10th 52%
    12th 57%
    15th 53.79%
    IELTS 5.5
    can i get admission into the university?

  6. chanchal says : Reply

    i am a bcom graduate from allahabad university
    i want to do msc in public health.
    please guide me how do i get into such courses?

  7. rehan says : Reply

    I wish to pursue Master of Business Administration from the above said university.
    My biodata is given below
    10th 52%
    12th 58%
    15th 55.75%
    my IELTS is 5 will i get admission into the same university?

  8. naren says : Reply

    i have done my graduation in arts
    i want to pursue Msc Public Health from the above mentioned university.
    am i eligible for the said course?
    i have given my IELTS and waiting for the result.

  9. aditi says : Reply

    i am an eco graduate from the university of delhi.
    i want to pursue MA International Relations.
    my scores are as follows
    10th 89%
    12th 77%
    15th 89%
    IELTS 6.5 will i make it to the above college?

  10. neetu sethia says : Reply

    i want to pursue MSc Clinical Child Psychology
    i am a BA graduate frm pune university
    my cv is as below
    10th 67%
    12th 89%
    15th 79%
    can i get admission with these marks?

  11. Aashna Motihar says : Reply

    Hello,
    what are the available medical facilities for students?

  12. chanchal says : Reply

    I am BA graduate from the University of Mumbai in Economics.
    I want to pursue MA in International Relations from the above university
    My IELTS is 6 overall and Academic scores are as below
    10th 79%
    12th 57%
    15th 62%
    Can I get admission with such scores!

  13. aayan says : Reply

    i am a bcom graduate frm university of delhi.
    i want to pursue LLB (Hons) Law.
    my IELTS is 7
    will i get admission in the above said university?

  14. narayan says : Reply

    I have a B.Tech degree in Electronics
    I want to pursue MBA Information Systems from University of Anglia Ruskin !
    my scores are as below
    10th 78%
    12th 76%
    B.Tech 68%
    IELTS 7 Over all
    what are my chances of getting admission for the above said course.

  15. naren says : Reply

    my cv
    X 87%
    XII 65%
    15th 78% hotel management from ihm mumbai
    my IELTS is 6 can i get admission into MBA in hotel management at the above said university!

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