In 1858, Anglia Ruskin University was founded as a School but in 1992 it was established as a university. It is a public university and stands within the top 350 institutions in the world. ARU has a wide range of course and it welcomes study abroad students with the study abroad programs. It also has its campuses in Cambridge, Chelmsford, Peterborough, and London.
- University or Organization: Anglia Ruskin University
- Department: Faculty of Business and Law
- Course Level: Masters
- Award: £4,000
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: Not known
- Nationality: The UK, EU, International
- The program can be taken in the United Kingdom
- Application Deadline: Open for September 2019 entry.
- Language: English
- Eligible Countries: All interested applicants from the UK, EU, and Overseas are eligible.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: They can apply for a master’s degree program within the Faculty of Business and Law at the university.
- Admissible Criteria: Studying full-time, unless there are exceptional circumstances preventing full-time study and start your studies course in September 2019 or January 2020.
How to Apply
- To take the first step toward your career, you need to enroll either in a Master of Business Administration MBA or Master of Business Administration with Placement Year MBA at the university. If you meet the eligibility criteria, you will be automatically considered for the grant.
- As you are going to start your higher studies at ARU, you must hold an undergraduate degree for successfully applying to the course.
- The university might ask candidates to submit copies of previous transcripts or certificates, passport, and curriculum vitae.
- If your country language is not English, then you need to demonstrate the English language proficiency through the TOEFL or IELTS test.
If you apply for a one year MBA program, then a £4,000 fee reduction to all successful applicants.
If you apply for a two-year MBA with the option of work placement, then a £2,000 fee reduction to all successful applicants. If you aren’t able to secure a work placement, you’ll instead become eligible for the £4,000 discount offered to one-year students.