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The Royal Agricultural University specialises in agriculture, business, equine, wildlife, the environment, animal science, food, land and property management.
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Katy Duke 14h
Fantastic display of Muddy Wellies in Cirencester. Great to see this social enterprise on the shelf and benefitting student entrepreneurs
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Royal Ag Uni 2h
A quarter of students starting our undergraduate courses last year had at least one BTEC in their set of qualifications. We want to hear from talented applicants with a range of skills and experiences. It’s not too late to start a degree at the RAU in 2019
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Royal Ag Uni 20h
It was great to be at the Royal Three Counties Show this weekend - despite the weather 🌧️ We loved meeting so many younger visitors, doing our bit to inspire the next generation to pursue higher education 🎓 Photo credit:
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BCA (College) Jun 12
Did you know we offer a BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Physiotherapy? 30 wks of distance learning plus 4 attended wks a year, run in partnership with it could kick-start your career in the treatment & rehab for musculoskeletal conditions in animals:
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Agricology Jun 16
of the will be speaking about in the discussion tent - read about the interesting trials the RAU have been carrying out, looking at the role of mechanical weeding:
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The RSA Jun 17
The future of work: the gig economy, automation, micro-businesses, farming? Tom MacMillian on why rural economies can teach us a lot about how the economy & jobs are changing.
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Royal Ag Uni Jun 19
"An emerging ‘regenerative’ economy is redefining productivity in land-based sectors. Financed by demand for ecological services, from clean water to camping, this offers further scope to attract young people." Our Prof Tom MacMillan writes for
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Gradfeed Jun 18
Max Ryder is our 'Property Industry Ambassador' ! Max is studying Rural Land Management and is going to be supporting us in promoting the industry and the opportunities within it to his extensive network!
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Royal Ag Uni Jun 18
If you haven't applied for Uni yet it's not too late - apply through UCAS until 30 June. Not sure what to study? We offer a wide range of courses in addition to agriculture and rank in the top ten UK universities for job prospects. Find out more here:
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Kelly Swallow Jun 17
Listen to my BBC radio Gloucestershire interview about our Red Hemp-nettle reintroduction experiment. 20 minutes into the show
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Ian Grange Jun 17
Congratulations Olly on your BSc Countryside Management being accepted for publication - and the £500 prize! Thanks to the CNFC for their great support.
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Dr Jessica E Stokes Jun 17
What a spot for the second meeting to connect thematic networks across to power up and connect agricultural knowledge
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Strutt & Parker Scotland Jun 17
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Meadow Quality Ltd Jun 14
TB Advisory Service is holding an event at Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, Wednesday 26th June 2019 at 9am discussing the 'Bovine TB Strategy Review' For tickets and book your place, visit
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Sybil Ruscoe Jun 14
Enterprise - sparkling wine in a can. Next we’ll be chatting trends
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Strutt & Parker Farming Jun 14
Will Gemmill from welcomed winner Alex Dunn onto our stand at yesterday. sponsored the award in May and Alex was a well-deserving winner for her business.
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Royal Ag Uni Jun 14
David Main, RAU's Professor of Production Animal Health and Welfare told the forum audience the UK has 'some of the highest welfare standards globally' - but more can be done
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Sybil Ruscoe Jun 14
Fascinating to hear how can be key social enterprise for rural areas. Public money for public goods - future funding - social enterprise will grow.
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Sybil Ruscoe Jun 14
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Oxford Farming Conf Jun 13
Great insight in to experience of - ’s takeaway message is that our industry ‘shouldn’t be scared of change’ despite the uncertainty of
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