While Anglia Ruskin's roots date back to 1858, when Cambridge School of Art opened its doors, they're more interested in people's futures.
Today, they're one of the largest universities in the East of England, with more than 35,000 students studying at every level: from undergraduate to postgraduate, research degrees to distance learning. As well as their current students, they have 90,000 alumni in 159 countries around the world.
Anglia Ruskin is an inspiring place to study. In the National Student Survey 2015, their lecturers were rated among the most enthusiastic and interesting in the country, their students among the most confident and their courses among the most intellectually stimulating for the second year running.