Wonky Competition!

Take part in SRUC’s 2018-19 student competition! Showcase your creativity, entrepreneurial flair and innovation. Impress the expert judging panel with your wonky produce ideas. Total prizes £800 cash plus the…

Ayr Librarian

Libraries Gave Us Power

In the last of our profiles for Libraries Week, we spoke with Mark who works in the library at the SRUC Ayr campus. Introduce yourself I’m Mark, bookworm, husband and…

Rory Aberdeen

Profile of an Aberdeen Librarian

In the second part of our profiles for Libraries Week we speak with SRUC Aberdeen librarian Rory MacLeod. Introduce yourself Hello! I’m Rory MacLeod and I’ve been campus librarian for…

James Ripley Librarian

The Talented Dr. Ripley – Interview With The Librarian

It’s Libraries Week (8th – 13th October 2018) this week and to celebrate we wanted to show off some of our amazing librarians here at SRUC. James Ripley is the…

Diners at Themes Training Restaurant

Fresh New Look at Themes Restaurant

Themes Restaurant has undergone a makeover during the summer and is now open for lunchtime bookings. The restaurant, on the top floor of the main building at Elmwood, is run…

MSc Induction Study Tour 2018

New students embarking on our taught postgraduate courses at the Edinburgh campus spent their first couple of days on a study tour, staying overnight at SRUC’s Wigwam Accommodation in Tyndrum….

Catherine Devaney, Level 2 Diploma Professional Cookery student

Catherine Devaney – Professional Cookery

Catherine Devaney started her professional life as a lawyer in Edinburgh, but after moving to Fife and falling in love with the surroundings, she made a slight career change and…

Jo King holding a small bat

Jo King – BSc Hons Countryside Management graduate of 2018

Congratulations to Jo King, who after graduating with BSc Hons in Countryside Management from Ayr Campus, is going on to do great things in her new job. Jo will be…

vet nursing students with tortoise and cow

All Creatures Great and Small

We have become one of only two institutions in Scotland – and only ten in the UK – to offer a degree in Veterinary Nursing. Welcoming our first intake next…