The Sustainable Agriculture Bursary will support undergraduate students to pursue their interest in, and the full potential of, sustainable farming practices.
His take-away message is that our industry ‘shouldn’t be scared of change’ despite the uncertainty of Brexit.
A talent for crops and a strong work ethic helped Harry Goring win a prestigious bursary for students wishing to start a career in farming, from a non-farming family background.
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Harriet is a postgraduate student here at the University studying for an MSc in Agricultural Technology and Innovation and she is charting her everyday life in a series of pictures.
The RAU will become the Three Counties Showground’s first ever official agricultural educational partner, in a move that both parties hope will help to tackle the skills shortage across the sector.
The Royal Agricultural University will deliver a new postgraduate and professional training hub in Swindon to support the cultural heritage industries.
Professor Mike Gooding will join the University in April as Head of School for Agriculture, Food and the Environment. In March Professor Neil Ravenscroft will become Head of School for Real Estate and Land Management.
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