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Animal Care: Sarah Stuart

Sarah Stuart previously studied for an HND in Advertising and PR but after graduation, she realised that she had no real passion or motivation for working in the field of...

Countryside Management Course Video

Staff and students studying Countryside Management at SRUC talk about their course and subject area. Find out more about the course by visiting our website.

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Goth Gardening Tips

Today is World Goth Day and, with the help of the members of the popular Facebook Group “Goth Gardening”, we have compiled a list of the top goth plants based...

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Fire Safety Training at Oatridge

A group of National Certificate in Horse Care students at SRUC Oatridge Campus participated in an afternoon of “Fire Safety Awareness” training.  This linked in with their Safe Working Practices...

Edinburgh zoo representatives

Walk on the wild side

Students are set to take a walk on the wild side following a collaboration between Scotland’s Rural College and the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS). Classes could use immersive...

NC engineering students at Jaguar Land Rover

Engineering study tour

The NC Engineering students from Barony embarked on their annual study tour.  They had a very interesting four day tour, leaving Barony on the Monday morning and travelling down to...

Forestry apprentices use cutting-edge technology

Scotland’s Rural College is the first institute in the UK to have used cutting-edge technology to log students’ progression towards operating forest machinery. At the start of Scottish Apprenticeship Week...

MSP Emma Harper with students

Barony Digital Classroom Launch

Our new state-of-the-art digital classroom was unveiled last week at Barony. It is believed to be the first of its kind in the region. SRUC has invested around £80,000 to...

students at Breathing Space presentation

Mental health campaign launch

NHS 24 launched their new Breathing Space campaign ‘You Matter, We Care’ with the help of SRUC staff and students at Barony recently. Minister for Mental Health Claire Haughey welcomed...

Oatridge Student is Carter-Patterson medal recipient

Tyler Tovey, who began his journey with us at Oatridge as a certificate student, has been awarded the prestigious Carter-Patterson medal by the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society(RCHS). When Tyler first...