December 5, 2022
ARU ranked 1st in the UK for Health and Wellbeing
ARU celebrates top UK spot in THE ranking for Health and Wellbeing!
ARU are flying high after being ranked 1st in the UK and 20th in the world for the category of Health and Wellbeing in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.
The Times Higher Education Impact ratings are the only global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The goal for Health and Wellbeing measures universities’ research on key diseases and conditions, their support for healthcare professions, and the health of students and staff.
ARU’s score increased since 2021 in the areas of ‘collaboration and health services’, ‘number of students graduating in health professions’ and ‘research on health and wellbeing’.
ARU is the largest provider for Nursing, Midwifery, Health and Social Care students in England, training hundreds of key workers each year. Healthcare professionals are needed now more than ever. At ARU College we are proud to provide various pathways into degrees within these fields.
We offer an International Foundation in Healthcare which is a standalone qualification. It can also lead to a BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing upon successful completion of the foundation year and successful completion of an interview. Both our Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses offer purpose-built nursing skills labs that use sophisticated healthcare equipment, simulating many aspects of a working hospital ward. We also offer BSc (Hons) Public Health which is a vital degree for those who wish to study and work within the field of health improvement, health protection, and healthcare.