Anglia Ruskin University - Apple for extra credit

April 9, 2009

A university has won accreditation from one of the world's top technology companies that will, it claims, give its students a jump-start in the creative industries. Anglia Ruskin University has been awarded the status of an Apple Authorised Training Centre for Education, which means that students can be trained in how to use Apple's creative software while they are at the university. Graduates can also earn an Apple Pro certificate alongside their degree, which Anglia Ruskin said can help them chase careers in film, television and new-media industries.

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