Edinburgh

Grow Careers Event Review by Becky Cross

SRUC Student Ambassador Becky Cross attended the Grow Careers Event at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on 21st November. Here she writes her account of the day. The annual Grow...

Catriona

School Friends Reunited

More than 20 years after leaving school in Ayr, Catriona Hawthorn and Shaun Dowse have both ended up studying at Scotland’s Rural College – but 80 miles apart. Mum-of-three Catriona...

Jillian G

Starting Out by Jillian Gordon

Student Ambassador Jillian Gordon shares her experience of postgraduate studies and offers some sound advice to others looking to continue on to a postgraduate education. It is terrifying to think...

Worm house

Wormistoune Garden Study Visit

Wormistoune Garden Study Visit by Student Ambassador Rebecca Cross A few weeks ago myself and other Year 1 Horticulture with Plantsmanship students had the opportunity to visit Wormistoune Gardens in...

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...

Botanics to Beechgrove

Beechgrove Garden’s newest addition Kirsty Wilson shares more than just a passion for plants with the BBC’s longest-running gardening presenter Jim McColl – both of them are graduates of Scotland’s...

Rosie flower farm

Flower Farm

When Rosie Burgon graduated with a degree in Horticulture from Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), she never imagined that within just a few years she would be running her own business....

orla shortall

Do Cows Belong in Fields?

When Orla Shortall applied to study for a Masters degree in ecological economics at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), she was hoping it would lead to a job in the environmental...

Silvia

First Class Mum

Silvia Divine has managed to juggle the challenges of getting married and having a baby with her studies to gain a first-class honours degree in Horticulture. The 29-year-old was also...

Blair Hershaw

First Class Effort

A change of direction proved to be just what Environmental Resource Management student Blair Hershaw needed after dropping out of his first degree. The 24-year-old from Dunfermline, Fife, has graduated...