Our portfolio of undergraduate courses has been specially designed to help students realise their potential.
Schools and Colleges
RAU staff and student ambassadors regularly visit schools and colleges across the country to talk about higher education and opportunities open to students. This may take the form of:
Attendance at careers/HE fairs
University awareness and aspiration raising workshops
Subject-specific taster sessions
Presentations to students and/or parents about the RAU
Presentations and workshops to students and/or parents about higher education, with topics such as UCAS applications, personal statement writing, choosing a university/course, student finance and student life
If you would like us to visit your school or college please contact us by emailing email@example.com or calling us on 01285 889878. We recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.
Schools and colleges are welcome to visit our beautiful campus and farms to get a real feel for what life as a student is really like. Campus visits can include meeting current university students, academic taster sessions with our lecturers and support with university applications. Please contact us to chat through options and book a visit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 01285 889878.
The RAU Outreach Team attend many of the UCAS exhibitions located across the UK every year. These events provide an ideal opportunity for you to meet us and ask plenty of questions about studying at the University. For more information about these exhibitions please visit the UCAS website.
Year 10 Summer School is a free, fun summer residential course for year 10 students in local state schools. Students get first-hand experience of what it’s like to be a student by living in halls of residence, attending academic sessions, meeting other students and taking part in social activities. Further information about the 2019 programme and booking form can be found here.
We host an annual Teacher and Adviser Conference every summer. This event brings together teachers and advisers from across the UK to raise awareness of the exciting variety of progression and career opportunities in the land-based sector, and what is currently available at the smaller, specialist institutions. Previous years topics have included: how best to support students to access, progress and succeed at further education and higher education, sessions on student finance, transition to university, student enterprise and land-based graduate careers. Further information about the 2020 programme will be provided in Spring 2020.
We are a proud partner of the GROWS Network, a collaboration of universities, colleges and schools across Gloucestershire. GROWS works with young people in the region, raising their awareness of higher education and pathways towards it. Visit the GROWS website for further information.
In addition to the foundation degrees and BSc (Hons) courses available to study here at the RAU, we also validate a number of courses at partner colleges. You can find out more about our partner colleges here.