Royal Agricultural University continues to welcome applications

17 Aug 2020

The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) continues to welcome applications to its range of inspiring degree courses starting in September.

The Cirencester-based university is offering spaces on all of its undergraduate courses through Clearing across a range of subject areas including business, environment, food and society, wildlife, conservation, equine, agriculture, real estate and rural land management.    

Prospective students who are seeking a university space this autumn are urged to make contact to discuss their individual circumstances and the wide range of opportunities available to them.

Jennie Stewart, Head of Recruitment and Admissions at the RAU, said: “We understand that this is an anxious time for A-level students who have not received the grades that they were hoping for and we would like to offer our reassurance that everyone who applies to study with the RAU will be carefully considered on an individual basis.

“This is in line with the strong supportive community ethos we enjoy at the RAU, where our students are known by name and treated as individuals.

“I would urge anyone who would like to discuss their options to get in touch. Our friendly and professional Admissions Team will be happy to discuss your circumstances.”

Virtual open days and small on-campus group tours are being held throughout August, giving prospective students and their families the chance to find out more about life and study at the specialist university that prides itself on the relevance of its programmes, the employability of its graduates and the fellowship of its global community of students and alumni.

Contact the RAU Admission Team by calling 01285 889 912 or emailing