What to expect from ARU


Faculty: Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care
School: School of Nursing and Midwifery
Course: BSc (Hons) Midwifery
Category: Nursing and midwifery

10 May 2019

I’ve studied at Anglia Ruskin University for a year and half now and it has been an extremely positive experience. One positive element is that everyone I have met so far, both university staff and fellow students, have always been welcoming and friendly. You meet and work alongside people from a range of age groups and backgrounds which I feel helps with your learning, as you can learn different aspects about your course from different people.

Anglia Ruskin University staff are dedicated to their students; they’re all really helpful and rooting for you! They are there to support and guide you with your studies. The tutors are knowledgeable in their fields and will do their best to support you in your achievements and goals.


Opportunities at Anglia Ruskin University are endless! They offer a variety of courses from different faculties including: art, humanities, social sciences, business, medicine, law, health, education and engineering etc. The university also have an Employment Bureau who offer job opportunities to students to suit your timetable and schedules such as; temporary roles, working at events i.e., Open Days, Campus visits and external events. They have an Ambassador Scheme where you work as part of a team to work with schools, colleges and other events through the UCAS cycle, to inspire up-coming students about ARU and student life.


From arriving on your first day at ARU, staff members and students are on hand to help you move into your accommodation. They provide you with information for your induction week, explain what to expect in the first weeks of university life and make ARU feel like a home from home.


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