Barony

Fraser Baillie

Fraser Baillie, Modern Apprentice

Fraser undertook a Modern Apprenticeship at Bryson Tractors in Lanark. Fraser is from a farming background and was involved in agricultural machinery from a very young age as his family...

hannah

SRUC Alumni Profile – Hannah Donegan

Hannah grew up in the west of Ireland on a small family beef farm. Spending her spare time with her dad on the farm, and as she grew older helping...

mySRUC

MySRUC App – 5 Things You Need To Know

The new MySRUC app launches on Wednesday 25th September and it’s designed to make organising your student life a whole lot easier. Here are 5 things you need to know...

Barony Family Fun Open Day

More than 2,000 people flocked to the Barony campus for a family fun open day. Dog agility displays and demonstrations by Suco Sled Dogs pulled in the crowds, while children...

prizegiving

Barony Prizegiving

Students were urged to “attack their careers with a positive attitude” at the annual awards ceremony at the Barony campus. Prizes were awarded to students who had made particular achievements,...

Forestry: Cameron McLean

Cameron McLean completed the Certificate in Forestry course at Barony Campus, and then acquired more experience working for a forestry contractor. A chance subsequently came up to apply for an...

Edinburgh zoo representatives

Walk on the wild side

Students are set to take a walk on the wild side following a collaboration between Scotland’s Rural College and the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS). Classes could use immersive...

Stressed Ken

Stress Awareness Month

April is Stress Awareness Month. Whether you’re feeling that your mental health is excellent or that things are not so good, we can all struggle with the sense of feeling...

NC engineering students at Jaguar Land Rover

Engineering study tour

The NC Engineering students from Barony embarked on their annual study tour.  They had a very interesting four day tour, leaving Barony on the Monday morning and travelling down to...

Forestry apprentices use cutting-edge technology

Scotland’s Rural College is the first institute in the UK to have used cutting-edge technology to log students’ progression towards operating forest machinery. At the start of Scottish Apprenticeship Week...