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.
There’s still time to apply to start a degree course this year - applications can be made through UCAS until 30 June deadline.
A rare flower is coming back from the brink of extinction, after Kew Gardens entrusted its seeds to a university’s ecology experts.
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has become just the sixth university to be made a Centre of Excellence by the Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs (IOEE)
A business that provides a dedicated label of quality for farms in the process of becoming organic has won a prestigious competition for student entrepreneurs.
A group of university students are celebrating after a beer they came up with as a business project has been selected for sale by Waitrose & Partners.
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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
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.
A network that supports farming within schools and promotes land-based careers to young people will again host its annual conference at the Royal Agricultural University.
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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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