The RAU has taken the title of Enterprising Learning Provider of the Year at the SFEDI and IOEE awards.
The Royal Agricultural University has risen to become one of the top ten Universities in the UK - and the top-ranked University in the South West - for student satisfaction.
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has been ranked among the top ten universities in the UK, in a prestigious set of awards based on the views of students themselves.
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Choose from an extensive range of MSc, MBA and research degrees.
Two funded projects are available, courtesy of the John Oldacre Foundation. Apply today!
The perfect opportunity for you to get a feel for student life - places still available
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We believe in creating equal opportunities for all and offer scholarships and bursaries to our students.
Of our students are in employment or further study six months after graduating (click for details)
At the Royal Agricultural University, you are perfectly situated to explore everything the South West has to offer.
We welcome students from around the world, who help enrich the RAU community, contributing to the global perspective that underpins our entire learning environment.
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Our short courses can equip you with the skills you need to continue your professional development
We are pleased to announce that the Lycetts Summer Scholarships are now open for applications for 2020.
The 69th Worshipful Company of Farmers (ACABM) course at the RAU successfully draws to a close. Delivered at the RAU annually each November, this year eighteen delegates from the UK were joined by one delegate from Ukraine/Netherlands.
The RAU's centre for rural innovation and skills has been named in honour of the late philanthropist, businessman and agriculturalist, John Oldacre.
The biggest ever study into the causes of severe equine asthma (sEA) has revealed associations with over 113 substances, including latex found in artificial surfaces.
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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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