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Postgraduate Reviews of Courses at Anglia Ruskin University

I would tell most students to avoid. I cannot speak to the social aspect as I keep to myself, but I’ll tell you that if I was ever placed in a hiring role, I wouldn’t believe that a prospective employee knew anything about the subject of their ARU degree. Overall, I’d say this place is a scam and I haven’t learned a single thing. read full review
Up until now, my experience with the students and even the teachers is going good. And all this depends on a student, that how he/she interact with his/her module leader and what amount of time he contributes. But i think student interaction should be enhanced. read full review
experience so far is good and challenging read full review
Absence of clarity in the processes, not satisfied with grades for certain courses, where feedback or comments not provided. Some teachers do not have a practical experience outside of University read full review
Splendid. I am glad i choose the university. School environment is warm and study materials/ library availability is really adequate.
Timetable is well structured. read full review

Public Health MSc


Student Reviewer - February 2020

While applying for this masters course, I did fill up the application form over many institutions. As my credentials were good, I got offer letters from all of them including huge scholarships. Now I repent, why did I chose Anglia Ruskin over Cardiff University Wales and Middlesex University London.

The agents of ARU blatantly lied and misguided me when I met them at the Educational Fair in the Grand Hotel, Calcutta, India.

I made some good friends here, but had I got the chance to start from the beginning again, I would have definitely chosen Cardiff University over ARU. read full review
It has been a smooth road so far, the lectures have been okay and it’s understandable. The library is quiet resourceful, and the accommodation is really peaceful. read full review
It has been satisfactory. In my academic journey this has been my third Uni. It's not as good as where I did my Masters - I felt they were better set up for PGRs. If I were UG, it would meet my needs but I think there isn't much consideration for mature students or those who live off campus. read full review
I love Anglia Ruskin Cambridge but I am passionate about innovation and improvement, as a student of over 5 years ive watched a lot of progress that I am very proud to be apart of but there needs to be an investment into student services and the usability of the service for international students so they can get the help they need and know how to ask for it. The first point of call would be to introduce large legible signposts to order the lines of student waiting for help. The signs and methods used in the last 5 years for intake have been inadequate. The cafe is doing wonderful things to reduce waste and meet healthy living goals. We have asked for the unhealthy single-use plastic vending machines be removed but they have not yet but there is faith they will be removed in due time. The reason ive stayed with ARU as a returning student is their environmental commitment read full review