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The RAU in Cirencester is delighted to launch a new January start date for several of its postgraduate courses
The Royal Agricultural University has been named the FOURTH safest university in England and Wales, and the safest in the South West, according to The Complete University Guide 2016.
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Set in 25 acres of Cotswold countryside, our students have the opportunity to enjoy our scenic campus.
The RAU is ranked fourth out of the 12 universities in the South West
The RAU has students from 45 different countries studying for globally recognised degrees
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An award winning start-up programme inspiring and nurturing tomorrow's entrepreneurs
Professor Paul Davies was awarded Outstanding Contribution to Food and Farming in Gloucestershire at the Taste of Gloucestershire Awards 2016
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) and the Tropical Agricultural Association (TAA) held a successful one-day seminar on ‘Cropping systems and pulses’ at the University last week.
Jenny Phelps, guest lecturer at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, was awarded an MBE by HM The Queen.
Professor John Alliston was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award 2016 at the Farmers Weekly Awards last night (6 October), which took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Mayfair.
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