We hope you are excited to start your new journey with us this September and we cannot wait to welcome you! Your course at ARU College will empower you with the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to succeed in your degree and beyond.
For relevant registration dates, please see our important dates page where you can find registration dates for your intake, when teaching starts and the end of trimester dates as well.
Our Welcome Talks are here to welcome you to the college and university campus and make sure that you have the best start possible to your degree. These sessions will give you the opportunity to meet fellow students, college staff and teachers. We will walk you through what being a student with us will be like, how you can get involved with activities and societies, and will also give you the opportunity to ask us any questions you may have. We are providing Welcome Talks on both our Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses, find out more about the dates, times, and locations here.
Welcome talks and events take place throughout Welcome Week, this will vary depending on which intake you are in so please make sure you check your registration emails with the correct dates. If you miss any of these, they will be recorded and placed online for you to still watch.
Don’t worry if you have not received your details yet. This can sometimes take a week or two. We always keep track of students who have not received these details yet. If you are at all concerned, contact us.
If you are not getting the reset email, it may be that the one we have on file is incorrect. Please get in touch with us, with confirmation of the email you are using and we can fix this for you.
The UK Government requires us to make sure you are eligible to study in the UK. You will need to go to the Registration Hubs, by bookable appointment, to complete this.
You will need to bring one of the following:
- European Union Residency Card
- Driving Licence
- Birth Certificate
- VISA (if applicable)
Please note: If you are an International student on a VISA, you will need to bring both your Passport and Biometric Residence Permit (BRP)
If you are studying online, you can postpone this until January 2022.
You will be able to collect your student ID from the registration hubs when you complete your Right to Study checks. Make sure you get your photo ready for your student ID card. Read the instructions over on ARU’s website.
Teaching start dates dependant on your intake, please head over to our Important Dates page for the relevant dates for your intake.
For September 2022 intake, neither office or online registration appointments will be required. Nevertheless, ARU College students will need to complete the right to study checks with ARU.
Your registration tab will disappear from your eVision page when you have successfully completed your registration.
Your timetable will be released on eVision within 5 working days of your completion of your eVision. If you have not completed your eVision, your timetable will not be released.
If you believe your timetable is wrong, please contact timetabling directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your timetable will be located on eVision when you log in.
All classes will now be taught on campus.
Timetables cannot be changed unless in exceptional circumstances. If you believe you have an exceptional circumstance, please email us at email@example.com
Please note that timetable changes for work commitments are not accepted.
You can still study whilst you wait for Student Finance to confirm your funding. Please make sure to chase them on a regular basis until they have issued you with your SFE Entitlement Letter. Please note that if you funding does not get approved, you will still be liable for your fees and expected to pay your fees.
You will be able to find your Entitlement Letter, otherwise known as your Payment Schedule Letter, on your SFE student portal. Go to the Letters and Emails tab and you will be able to download a full PDF version of your letter. Please send a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need to pay certain fees, you can find information on our website here: https://www.arucollege.com/admission/fees/
Your fees for the following trimester are always due at the end of teaching week 8 of each trimester. You will be reminded about four weeks prior to this date to allow you time to pay your fees. A late payment fee of £150 will be added if you are unable to pay your fees on time or have an approved payment plan in place.
The university has a great money advice team who can sit with you and go through your concerns and offer advice, along with options to help you. You can find more information here: https://aru.ac.uk/student-life/preparing-for-university/help-with-finances/money-advice-service
If you are ever unsure, come and speak to us or email email@example.com
If you are studying Foundation, Level 4 Business or Premasters, you will be using AXIS (Moodle) ONLY.
If you are studying Level 4 Integrated, you will be using Canvas for your lectures and AXIS/Moodle for your support classes with ARU College. You will have to use both platforms.
AXIS is the ARU College student platform, whereas Canvas is the ARU student platform.
Even though you are an ARU College student, you are still a full Anglia Ruskin University student and you have the same access to services and support as any other ARU student. You may just have slight difference in the platform that you are using.
Yes. You should be aiming to attend all your classes. Research shows that the students that attend the majority or all their classes do better than those that do not.
If you are a student with a VISA, falling below 85% attendance can mean that your VISA will be withdrawn, and you will have to leave the university and the country. If you are a home student from the UK or EU with settled or pre-settled status, not attending tour classes or engaging online can mean we have to withdraw you from your course. We always want to avoid this, so if you are struggling, please let us know.
You will not lose marks in assessments or assignments for low attendance, but research shows that the students that attend the majority or all their classes do better than those that do not.
Yes, those classes are there to support you and they are timetabled for you to attend.