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Student Ambassador Q&A Session – What is your favourite Course Module?

We have been asking our Student Ambassadors a series of questions about their experiences studying at SRUC, and in this video they tell us about their favourite course module: “I...

Student Ambassador Q&A – Why Did You Choose Your Course?

We have been asking our Student Ambassadors a series of questions about their experiences studying at SRUC. In this video, we ask them why they chose their specific course: “I...

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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Student Profile – Jillian Gordon

Jillian Gordon from Innerleithen in the Scottish Borders studied Bioscience and Applied Animal Science at SRUC Edinburgh campus before embarking on a PhD.  We asked her why she originally chose SRUC...

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...

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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...

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My Honours Project by Amy McLuckie

Applied Animal Science student and now SRUCSA Co-President Amy McLuckie focused her honours project on the effects of environmental enrichment on piglet behaviour. Amy was recently nominated for the first...

Dyslexia and Higher Education by Jillian Gordon

As it is dyslexia awareness week, I thought it would be a sensible time to share with you all my story of dyslexia. Dyslexia was first discussed with me when...

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...