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97.5% Graduate Employability
Studying at the RAU provides our graduates with a head start in the workplace.Find out more...
New MSc Bursary
The Royal Agricultural University is delighted to announce a new bursary, of up to £2,500, available to all new MSc students from the UK or EU stud...Find out more...
Equine Undergraduate Degrees
The RAU has maintained close links with the equine industry and has continually redefined its courses to meet employer requirements.Find out more...
Real Estate and Land Management Courses
Employers have a high regard for our courses evidenced by the excellent employability record of our graduates.Find out more...
Foundation Degrees for 2014 Entry
Apply now for a foundation degree in agriculture, archaeology, and wildlife or heritage conservation.Find out more...
Study at the RAU
Limited places available on a wide range of courses through Clearing for well qualified candidates for September 2014 start.
You will find all aspects of life at the RAU varied and exciting. We pride ourselves on being large enough that many facilities are on-site; yet small enough to create a friendly atmosphere.
- Cirencester Scholarships still available for local students 28.08.14
- RAU shortlisted for environmental award 21.08.14
- RAU sponsors Young Farmer category in Taste of Gloucestershire Food and Farming Awards 19.08.14
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Our undergraduate degree courses are designed to offer considerable flexibility to students. All BSc Honours courses are completed in three years and comprise 24 modules, eight in each academic year.
With students already joining us from over 45 different countries, studying at the RAU will be an enjoyable and rewarding experience for international students.
Apply for a Scholarship
The Scholarship Scheme was established to provide worthy students with the support necessary to work towards achieving their full personal potential.
Since the fellowship programme was launched in 2005, over a million pounds has now been generously provided by donors in support of the programme.