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African students can now apply for a fully funded Masters programme starting in September 2017, supported by the African Fellowship Trust.
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Set in 25 acres of Cotswold countryside, our students have the opportunity to enjoy our scenic campus.
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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
The RAU is thrilled to be ranked 13th of 130 institutions in England with the highest proportion of qualified academic staff, as reported by Times Higher Education.
Emily Edwards, Contract Research and Consultancy and Tony Norris, Farms Manager have been learning how to use automatic calf milk machines.
A new Growth Hub in Cirencester will strengthen the Gloucestershire business community by providing innovative business support.
The RAU in Cirencester is inviting African students to apply for a fully funded Masters programme starting in September 2017, supported by the African Fellowship Trust.
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Farm491 is a space for innovators to grow their businesses by applying technology to agriculture.
Our short courses can equip you with the skills you need to continue your professional development