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Collage of all the advent pictures

SRUC Advent Calendar: 24th December

From all of us here at SRUC, have a very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!

Catherine Harper and Jonathon Gray pictured with MasterChef 2017 finalist Lorna Robertson

Elmwood finalists meet MasterChef finalist at prestigious dinner

Gamekeeping student, Jonathon Gray and Hospitality student, Catherine Harper, from Elmwood campus recently reached the finals of the awards dinner of the Field to Fork 2017 competition. Twelve students from...

Sheep on hill. SRUC Hill and Mountain Research

International Mountain Day

In 2003 the United Nations General Assembly designated December 11th “International Mountain Day”. The aim: to create awareness about the importance of mountains in everyday life and to highlight opportunities...

A dog being looked after by vet nursing students

SRUC Advent Calendar: December 9th

Veterinary Nursing is a career that involves caring for a wide variety of animals; mainly dogs, cats, rabbits and other small mammals, as well as birds, reptiles and horses. Some nurses may...

River Carron: Catchment Management

Fourth year Environment (and Erasmus) student, studying Environmental Resource Management at SRUC Edinburgh, can choose Integrated Catchment Management as an elective choice. They visited the River Carron and met with...

Countryside Management students out on a site visit on a wintry day

SRUC Advent Calendar: 6th December

Countryside Management is all about protecting and maintaining the natural environment and its heritage to enable access to all to enjoy it, whilst ensuring that it continues to thrive despite...

Blawhorn Moss in Snow. SRUC Countryside management students working in background

Not A Typical Lesson

Studying Countryside and Conservation at SRUC is not about what you learn in a lecture theatre. It is about the practical experience and applying your knowledge in the real environment....

AGRISCOT 2017 - for QMS.

Students learn on the hoof at AgriScot

Eight HNC Agriculture students were chosen to participate in a demonstration that highlighted the importance and benefits of regularly weighing cattle at the recent AgriScot event, sponsored by Quality Meat...

Pen and paper

UCAS personal statements

When filling out your UCAS application, there’s one part of the process that can make or break your application – the personal statement. via GIPHY The personal statement is a...

Glenfiddich Welcomes UK Agri Food Girls

  Degree students from Aberdeen visited the Glenfiddich whisky distillery today as part of their UK Agri Foods module. The group toured the entire production process from the initial malting...