Anglia Ruskin University
In 1989 Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology (CCAT) and Essex Institute of Higher Education merged together to form the Anglia Higher Education College. Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology was previously known as Cambridge School of Art, which was established in 1858 by John Ruskin. Later in 1960 it became Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology.
The college offers various Full time and Part-time courses for undergraduate and postgraduate.
It also offers Research Degrees in
- Master of Philosophy/Doctor of Philosophy (MPhil/PhD)
International Office APU, East Road, Cambridge
Tel: 0845 271 3333 1
International: +44 1245 493131
Fax 01245 348772
Askham Bryan College
Askham Bryan College is basically “Yorkshire Institute of Agriculture” which was started in 1948. In 1967 it became Askham Bryan College of Agriculture and Horticulture. Various courses such as animal management, land management, business, food production, engineering and bioscience are taught here.
The Askham Bryan College has developed a residential facility including 189 brand new en-suite rooms for accommodation in summer 2007.
Courses offered by Askham Bryan College are:
- Land Management
- Animal Management
- Business & IT
- Countryside & Environment
- Crafts & Leisure
- Engineering, Plant and Construction
- Forestry & Arboriculture
- Sports Surface & Greenkeeping
- Landscape Construction
- Travel, Tourism and Sport
Telephone: 01904 772277
Fax: 01904 772288