Students from Exchange partners

If you're a student from one of our partner universities around the world, our exchange programme gives you the chance to study in the UK for a semester as part of your degree programme.

As an exchange student at Anglia Ruskin, you'll study on one of our two main campuses in Cambridge and Chelmsford, both of which are just 45 minutes away from London.

All of our courses are modular and credit bearing, which means that - providing your home institution belongs to the credit conversion system - the credits gained at our University will be recognised as part of your degree programme. (Please check details on credit recognition with your home university's Study Abroad office.)

To take part in our exchange programme, you’ll have to be a current full-time student on an appropriate course at one of our partner universities:

If you're not currently studying at one of our partner universities, consider applying to our Study Abroad programme.

For details of how to apply to the exchange programme, please see below.

 

Making your application

Application deadlines for our Study Abroad programme for the 2022-23 academic year are:

  • Trimester 1 (September-December 2022): 31 May 2022
  • Trimester 2 (January-May 2023): 31 October 2022

Before applying, check our modules on our course pages. You can search for courses from our Study page. If you choose a specific course, look at the 'Teaching and Assessment' section and it will state the modules and module descriptions for that course. If you are unable to find specific modules, please email studyabroad@aru.ac.uk to enquire.

Then, to sign up to the programme, please read our Application Procedure before completing the following forms and sending them to studyabroad@aru.ac.uk.

Application Form

Learning Agreement

Evaluation of English Language Competence

Visa information

If you want to study in the UK for a full year, you'll need to obtain a Student visa.

If you're coming to study for one trimester you'll be on a Standard Visitor visa or enter the UK as a visitor, which doesn't allow you to work while here.

For more information, visit our immigration advice pages

Student Life

We want your experience at Anglia Ruskin to be unforgettable - that's why we'll be here to help you every step of the way, from finding accommodation for the duration of your stay to bringing you the support of our award-winning Student Services team.

Contact us

For further information please contact the Study Abroad/ Exchange office at your university or email us at studyabroad@aru.ac.uk