NCC Education are delighted to announce their new progression route agreement with Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), UK.
Originally named the Cambridge School of Art in 1858, ARU partnered with a number of colleges and grew to become Anglia Ruskin University.
With four campuses in South East England and a number of partner institutions around the world, the university now has over 39,000 students in attendance from over 185 countries.
In recent years, ARU have invested over £115 million in their campuses to improve facilities for its students and recently won a Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards for “excellent learning facilities”.
In 2014, 12 areas of research were ranked as ‘world-leading’ in the UK Government’s Research Excellence Framework (REF) and in 1995 Her Majesty the Queen opened the fittingly named Queen’s building, which is home to the University Library.
The expertise of the university now covers computing and technology, engineering, law, business, economics, life sciences and more; with every department being equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to ensure the best outcome of training.
For international students studying at the university, ARU provides a comprehensive support system that addresses all aspects of university life.
Partnerships Manager Dermot Finnigan at NCC Education says: “We are excited to offer our business students a comprehensive range of progression opportunities to Anglia Ruskin University.”
Director of International Partnership Dr. Simon Evans at the Faculty of Business and Law, ARU says: “The Faculty of Business and Law at Anglia Ruskin University is looking forward to welcoming suitably qualified NCC Education’s Business graduates to our undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Business and Management, where they can choose to study on-campus, online or via blended delivery”
Following the agreement, ARU will recognise the following NCC Education qualifications and consider the applications of graduates from these programmes to various levels of its Faculty of Business and Law: Level 3 Diploma in Business (L3DB), Level 4 Diploma in Business (L4DB), Level 5 Diploma in Business (L5DB), and Level 7 Diploma in Business Management (L7DBM).
*All students must meet the standard entry requirements as part of their application process, in addition to their NCC Education qualifications.
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