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Student Ambassadors Q&A Session – Why SRUC?

We recently asked our Student Ambassadors a series of questions, and recorded their answers, to help you understand a bit more about SRUC and what makes studying with us great....

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Rural Business Management Student Profile – Megan Harvey

SRUC student Megan Harvey is in her first year of the Rural Business Management degree at the Edinburgh campus. We asked Megan to tell us more about herself and why...

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LGBTQI+ History Month Icons – Tchaikovsky

For LGBTQI+ History Month 2021 members of SRUC’s Rainbow Staff Network will be blogging about someone who is an LGBTQI+ Icon to them. The next in the series is Tchaikovsky...

Georgina MacMillan – why I chose Agriculture

Georgina is 17 and from the highlands. Before she joined Barony she was studying at Ullapool high school.  She is currently on the National Certificate in Agriculture.  She tells us...

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LGBTQI+ History Month Icons – Anne Lister

For LGBTQI+ History Month 2021 members of SRUC’s Rainbow Staff Network will be blogging about someone who is an LGBTQI+ Icon to them. The second in the series is Anne...

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LGBTQI+ History Month Icons – Elizabeth Bishop

For LGBTQI+ History Month 2021 members of SRUC’s Rainbow Staff Network will be blogging about someone who is an LGBTQI+ Icon to them. The first in the series is Elizabeth...

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From the Sound of Music to the Sound of Nature

The impact of Covid-19 on the music industry has prompted a change of direction for Wildlife and Conservation Management student Johnny Taylor. The 38-year-old spent 20 years working in the...

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A New Career in the Pipeline

After leaving school Keith O’Connor followed his father into the Oil and Gas sector in Aberdeenshire, specialising in pipelines. After being promoted to sales and business development, the next 15...

Why I chose a Modern Apprenticeship in Agriculture

Andrew Campbell is 16 years old and lives on a farm in Whithorn, which is a 400 acre mixed farm, with  220 sucklers, 160 ewes including 40 pedigree Texels and...

Nature Can Beat Lockdown – Michael McLaughlin

During my first year of studies with SRUC on the BSc Wildlife and Conservation course, the world has been gripped by the coronavirus pandemic and everyone has had to spend...