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Extra nursing, midwifery and health course places available at Anglia Ruskin University through clearing

ARU professor Aletta Norval, the deputy vice chancellor. Picture: ARU (40328438)
ARU professor Aletta Norval, the deputy vice chancellor. Picture: ARU (40328438)

Anglia Ruskin University has been allocated extra places by the government for students seeking to do certain courses in health.

It has been given an additional 250 spots for people wishing to study nursing, midwifery and allied health courses and getting their A level results tomorrow (Thursday).

ARU is one of the largest providers of nursing, midwifery and allied health courses in the country, with the interest in the degrees increasing since the pandemic.

Advisors will be manning clearing call centres in Cambridge and Chelmsford during Clearing, which began on July 1 but is busiest on August 13 and the following days.

ARU is offering guaranteed accommodation to all full-time undergraduate students in Cambridge and Chelmsford starting in September.

Professor Aletta Norval, deputy vice chancellor at ARU, said: “We’re delighted to have been allocated extra student places for some of our health courses, meaning we can make an even bigger contribution to addressing the healthcare needs of the region and beyond.

“People apply through Clearing for a number of reasons, they may have made a late decision to come to university, or they may have decided not to go through UCAS. They may have changed their mind about what they want to study.

“What is clear is that there are options to suit everyone, and ARU staff are available to speak about what might be the best way forward for you.”

A full list of courses in Clearing is available at aru.ac.uk/clearing and online applications are open now. Or people can email answers@aru.ac.uk or call 01245 686868 to speak to an adviser.

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