Anglia Ruskin University started life in 1858 when the art critic, patron and philanthropist John Ruskin opened Cambridge School of Art. The art school grew to become Anglia Ruskin University, shortened to ARU, and today it is still at the heart of this modern city campus.
Across the site, a number of fixed, tiered lecture theatres accommodate up to 400 delegates and over 40 classrooms, all with natural daylight, are the perfect setting for meetings, workshops, training sessions, or as breakout rooms for larger events.
All event spaces at ARU come with easy to use AV equipment as standard.
Five reasons to use Anglia Ruskin University:
- Located in central Cambridge
- Conveniently located close to public transport links
- Integrated screens and projectors for quick event set-up
- Modern, flexible spaces
Anglia Ruskin University is participating in Friends of the Earth's Kale Yeah! Kitchens sustainable catering scheme.