Anglia Ruskin University: Allied and Public Health

Anglia Ruskin University
School of Nursing & Midwifery


Our approach
You want to take the next step in your career. You need the right postgraduate degree to suit your ambitions.

We work closely with the NHS and local care providers to make sure that your learning reflects what’s happening in the sector today – from new and innovative care practices, to developments and changes in policy. And because we’ve been training health professionals for over 25 years, we know how to produce specialists that really make a difference to people’s lives.

Learning in the real world
Your priority is, and always has been, patient experience. You know that providing the best possible care takes a practical understanding of the industry.

We invest in cutting-edge clinical facilities that mirror real hospital wards, and design our courses with the NHS – so if you go on placement, you’ll know exactly what to expect.

Who you’ll work with
You’re ready to take your expertise to the next level, and you need solid academic guidance to reach your full potential.

At ARU, you’ll be taught by professional practitioners with years of experience under their belt, and research active lecturers who are contributing to the latest theories in the field. This means whatever your area of interest, you’ll get the specialist support you need to write engaging, original and potentially ground-breaking dissertations and research projects.

Research with real social impact
You want to be part of an ambitious and innovative postgraduate community.

Our research was named world-leading in 12 subject areas, including Allied Health Professions, Nursing and Social Work (Research Excellence Framework 2014). Staff in our faculty are involved in a number of research projects with local, national and international agencies – and are working to understand and address current issues in care and education both here in the UK and around the world.

Our Courses
MBA Healthcare Management
MSc Advanced Midwifery Practice
MSc Advanced Nursing Practice
MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Wellbeing
MSc Children & Young People
MSc Clinical Nursing
PG Dip Community Specialist Practitioner
PG Cert Critical Care
PG Cert Emergency Care
MSc Mental Health
MSc Adult Nursing
PG Dip Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting or School Nursing)
Professional Doctorate in Health and Social Care
PhD/MPhil Health, Social Care & Education
MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Wellbeing
MSc Children and Young People
MSc Healthcare Management
MSc Medical and Healthcare Education
MSc Mental Health
MSc Physician Associate
MSc Public Health

Postgraduate open evening
Wednesday 27th March 2019, Cambridge and Chelmsford, 4-7pm

Visit us to find out more about your course, meet your future tutors and get a feel for life as one of our postgraduate students. Book your place here.

How to apply
When you’ve found the postgraduate degree that’s right for you, you can apply direct to us through the course page..

If you have any questions, take a look at our frequently asked questions page, call us on 01245 686868 or email

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