Countryside Management

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Alexander Paterson, first-class BSc (Hons) Environmental Resource Management

Alexander Paterson has graduated with a first-class honours degree in Environmental Resource Management. “An important lesson I have learnt during the past four years is that any problem can be...

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Student Profile – Caroline Vincent

Originally an ERASMUS student at SRUC, Caroline Vincent from Paris continued her studies at SRUC Edinburgh on the Environmental Resource Management degrees course. Here, Caroline explains why she chose SRUC...

Student Profile – Katie Goodfellow

Katie Goodfellow from Hawick in the Scottish Borders grew up on a farm and spent her childhood outside around animals. This made her certain that she wanted a career in...

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...

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...

Aberdeen students aim high in the Cairngorms

SRUC Aberdeen’s 2nd Year Countryside Management and Rural Business Management students enjoyed a visit to Rothiemurchus Estate, Aviemore. The students undertaking the unit, Tourism and Sustainable Rural Communities visited the...

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Catch of the Day

Countryside Management graduate Eilidh Player has netted the perfect job after gaining an honours degree from Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC). The 21-year-old is working as a seasonal survey assistant at...

Arran COAST welcome SRUC Ayr students

Countryside Management students from the Riverside Campus in Ayr, recently travelled across the water to meet the Arran COAST team. As part of their Marine Environments: Management and Protection module,...

Bronwen Winter

Summer Celebration for Winter

Grandmother inspires Countryside Management graduate When West Lothian student Bronwen Winter was considering a career change, she looked to her grandmother for inspiration. Having spent many a happy day in...