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Abbie Gibson with miniature pony

Abbie Gibson HND Animal Care

Abbie Gibson started with SRUC on the NC Animal Care and progressed the whole way up to HND, but before she decided what she wanted to do she took a...

Cameron McLean in front of harvester

Forestry Success at SRUC Barony

Two candidates on the Forest Machine Operator Skills Development course have successfully completed the programme. This is the first eight week course of a series of three courses delivered by...

Why study Animal Care? Here’s what our students are hoping to do with their knowledge and experience…

We asked our Animal Care students what they would like to do with their qualifications once they have completed their course, and the results are rather lovely:   Animal Behaviourist,...

Rural Alert Infographic

Rural Watch Scotland

Make sure you know what’s going on in your area & help keep yourself safe from crime by signing up to the Rural Watch Scotland alerts scheme. Scotland’s rural communities...

Eleanor MacIntosh being presented with her STEM comptetition award.

STEM Competition 2017

Earlier this year, we worked in cojunction with STEM Learning (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to run a competition open to secondary school students. The idea was that the participants...

SRUC Careers Event Poster 2017

Careers Event 2017

The annual SRUC Careers event is back again for 2017, and this year is taking place at SRUC Elmwood. It’s open to everyone and you can arrange for transportation to...

Climate Week at SRUC

From September 18th to 22nd, it’s Climate Week in Scotland. Here at SRUC we take environmental protection very seriously – indeed why we offer courses in renewables technology and environment!...

Cultivate: Issue 2

The second issue of our printed counterpart to Cultivate online is now available at your campus. Pick up a copy now from your campus or view the digital version! We’re...

Welcome new students

Our Principal and Chief Executive Professor Wayne Powell welcomes new students for the years ahead.