2018-2019 Semester Programs: Anglia Ruskin University

 Spring Semester 2019 – Cambridge, England  click here for price*  click here for dates  CESP
 Fall Semester 2019 – Cambridge, England  click here for price*  click here for dates  CEFA


Eligibility & GPA requirement: click here

Possible U.S. Credits: 3-4 modules (courses) for a total of 15 U.S. semester credits per semester.

Final transcript is issued by Anglia Ruskin University.

Cambridge England: Semester Course Offerings at Anglia Ruskin University

At Anglia Ruskin University, a class or course is called a “module” while a degree or field of study is called a “course.” Students take 3-4 modules per semester. ASA advises students to have 8 modules approved for credit by your home institution, in case of schedule conflicts or cancellations.

Single modules are worth 15 U.K. credits or 3.75 semester credits. (4 ECTS Credit = 1 U.S. semester credit.) Students who take the usual 4 single modules per semester will earn 15 semester credits in one semester.

Modules labeled Level 4 are sophomore or lower division modules. Level 5 modules are junior/senior or upper division modules. Level 5 modules are generally for students who are majors in that field. Level 4 modules normally have no pre-requisites or fewer pre-requisites than Level 5 modules. Level 6 (Honours modules) and Level 7 (postgraduate modules) are not open to study abroad students.

ASA students may take modules from the following courses. Please click on the course links below to see a list of modules offered. Then, on the list of modules, you can then click on the blue module code for a description/syllabus of the module, a list of pre-requisites, etc. To the right of the page, it will indicate which semester the module is offered. Please remember that Semester 1 is Fall, and Semester 2 is Spring. Modules listed below are available both Semester 1 and Semester 2, unless otherwise noted. Students may enroll in Undergraduate modules onlyModule offerings are subject to change.


*Top-Up and Continuing modules not available to study abroad students

Foreign Languages

Business and Human Resource Management (HRM)
Business Economics
Events Management
Business Management
International Business Management
Tourism Management

Digital Media
Fashion Design
Fine Art
Graphic Design
Illustration and Animation
Interior Design

Humanities and Social Sciences
Criminology and Sociology
Criminology and Policing
English Literature
Philosophy and English Literature
Public Service

Education and Social Care
Social Work

Biomedical and Forensic Sciences
Biomedical Science
Crime and Investigative Studies
Forensic Science

Computing and Technology
Audio and Music Technology
Computer Gaming Technology
Computer Science
Electronic Engineering

Sport and Exercise Sciences
Sports Coaching and Physical Education
Sport and Exercise Science

Abnormal and Clinical Psychology
Psychology and Criminology

*Top-Up and Continuing modules not available to study abroad students