Created by John Ruskin in 1858, and gaining University status in 1992, the University has four main campuses, in London, Cambridge, Peterborough and Chelmsford. Anglia Ruskin is a leader in health and social care, as well as the arts, education and computing, engineering, law, business, economics, life sciences amongst others. There are seven high profile research institutes and has been investment of over £100 million in recent years. There is great commitment to valuing diversity and promoting equality, in order to maximise potential of staff and students. There are students from all over the world, from 185 different countries and from very varied backgrounds.