Course: BSc (Hons) Environment, Food and Society

Course details

  • UCAS Code

    D695
  • Location

    Royal Agricultural University Campus
  • Duration

    3 years (Full time)
  • Academic Year

    20 September 2021 - 20 May 2022

Benefit from our strong relationships with leading food and farming businesses, policy makers from industry, and government and civil society organisations; as well as gaining access to the organisations directly involved in promoting sustainable food, farming and environmental management.

Course overview

This programme will give you the skills to understand the challenges and contribute to the solutions of major global issues. You  will cover topics such as natural resource management, wildlife conservation, animal welfare, agro-forestry, ecology and community supported agriculture. The course has been developed in collaboration with the Soil Association Food for Life programme and is centred around four key themes – People and Food, Food and the Environment, People and the Environment, and Making a Difference.

Ready to take the plunge? Apply now

Applications to study at the Royal Agricultural University must be made through the UCAS system. This applies to all undergraduate courses.

Applications should be made by the UCAS deadline to ensure we are able to offer you a place on your first choice course. However, if you have missed the deadline please contact [email protected] as there are usually places available.

If you would like to apply during UCAS Extra or Clearing, please check that we have places available.

Applicants wishing to study on a course on a part-time basis will need to apply directly to the RAU.

Please contact [email protected] to discuss your requirements and obtain an application form.