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Emma

Welcome to Emma McDuff, our new Student Ambassador at Oatridge

Hi, my name is Emma McDuff, and I am a new Student Ambassador for Scotlands Rural College. I have recently returned to studying and my current course is NC Animal...

SRUC tops UK list for SME consulting income

Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) provides more business value to SMEs than any other higher education institution in the UK. This is according to a new study by Universities UK that...

Sophie

Student Profile – Sophie Manson

Introducing SRUC Oatridge Student Ambassador Sophie Manson. Hello! I am Sophie, a 20-year-old student from Shetland. I have lived back home on Shetland for most of my life and have...

Vet Nurse Extends Caring Hand to People

An Ayrshire veterinary nursing student has extended her caring skills to people during the coronavirus pandemic. Rachel Liddell, 20, from North Ayrshire, is studying for a Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary...

Top Ten Tips for Studying from Home

My top ten tips for studying from home by Jillian Gordon We are all going through this strange time together and for most of us that means working and studying...

T Falla

Student Profile – Terence Falla

Terrance Falla studied the NC in Horticulture with Landscape Construction at the SRUC Oatridge Campus. Here he tells us what he enjoyed most about the course and his plans since...

Laura Graham

Laura Graham: Equine Studies

Laura Graham has faced various challenges to reach her fourth year of study at SRUC’s Oatridge campus – a fact that has been recognised by her selection as a finalist...

Hanna Rennie

Hanna Rennie – talking our language

After graduating with a degree in languages, Hanna Rennie decided she wanted to do something that would make a difference in the world. She came across SRUC’s Countryside Management programme...

Lawrence Martin: A different track

Despite not coming from a farming background, Lawrence Martin always dreamed of working in agriculture. He studied for an HNC in Agriculture at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) before going on...

Lee McPherson

Lee McPherson – photo shoots to new roots

Photographer-turned-gardener Lee McPherson jumped at the opportunity to increase his horticultural knowledge when his employer, East Lothian Council, offered him the chance to do a course in Parks, Gardens and...