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Friday 20 September
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Our offices at the Chelmsford Campus (1st floor, Eastwood House) and the Cambridge Campus (1st Floor, Abbeygate House) are open as follows:

Monday to Thursday: 8:30am - 5:00pm

Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm


The Academic Registry supports a wide range of academic activities, including a secretariat function to the Senate committee structure, and provide access to a variety of publications and information which are designed to help the staff and students of Anglia Ruskin University and its UK and international Associate Colleges.


Services within the Academic Registry
Publications and other frequently accessed information

(inc: Department Assessment Panels, Mitigation Panel, Awards Board, Student Review, Assessment Calendar, Official Publication of Results, Guide to Student Results, Final Submission Deadlines, Retrieval Packages, Graduation Ceremonies, Certificates and Transcripts)

(inc: Curriculum Revisions, (Re)Approval of Courses; Creation and Maintenance of Course, Modular and related Records on ASTRA, Module Planning)

(inc: (Re)Approval of Courses and Associate Colleges, Accreditation of Prior Learning, Register of Collaborative Activity, Examinations, External Examining, Periodic Review, Academic Appeals, Annual Monitoring and Quality Enhancement Audits)

(inc: Maintenance of Main Student Record; Registration; Re-registration, Scholarships, Bursaries, Student Loans, Student Withdrawals, Course Transfers, Student Number Data)

The format of the Academic Calendar changes in 2019/20

with some major differences being introduced from September 2019

Find out more....!


**NEW: Ruskin Modules will be introduced to the undergraduate curriculum from 2020/21**

Find out more....!




The Academic Registry Vision

The Academic Registry Vision is to:

  • deliver outstanding professional support, advice and guidance to all our customers – students, examination candidates, appellants, external examiners, Associate Colleges, academic staff, Senate committees, the Corporate Management Team and the Vice-Chancellor's Group;

  • maintain lean and innovative systems for all areas of our work including more electronic based schemes which empower faculties, associate colleges and other support services to achieve their objectives, with appropriate support from the Academic Registry;

  • become a recognised and trusted source for both regular and special demands for management information, and advice on its interpretation and meaning;

  • be an exemplar of best practice for the sector and aspire to achieve external recognition for our work.


If you have any comments or suggestions about the Academic Registry webpages, please detail these in an e-mail message to the Academic Registrar.