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Why Volunteer with SRUC?

Why volunteer with SRUC? by Jillian Gordon As part of the SRUC team you have the unique opportunity to get both a fantastic education as well as practical experience. We...

Kirstyn

Student Profile – Kirstyn MacFarlane

Second year Garden Design student Kirstyn MacFarlane is from a tiny village called Tullynessle in Aberdeenshire and is part of the group of students entering a show garden at this...

Lucy Rowland

A Design for Life

This year’s show garden entry to Gardening Scotland by 2nd year Garden Design students at SRUC Edinburgh is called Lifeline and focuses on the protection of plants and life. As...

Lifeline team

Garden of Life

Garden Design students from SRUC Edinburgh will be breathing life in to their show garden entry at this year’s Gardening Scotland event. Now in it’s second year, the College Street...

UFAW

Universities Federation for Animal Welfare

Student Ambassador Jillian Gordon writes about the UFAW, who offer scholarships to students studying welfare focused projects. The Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) is an internationally recognised independent charity that...

Kornelia

From Galleries to Gardens

Kornelia Pawlukowska-Dible, 35, previously worked as a trainee chef and a freelance curator before deciding to return to education and study Horticulture at SRUC. Tell us a bit about your...

Glasshouse

Tis The Season To Sell Holly

Christmas wreaths and table decorations will be on sale at a new shop run by horticulture students at Scotland’s Rural College. The Glasshouse, based at SRUC’s Elmwood campus in Fife,...

Grow Careers Event Review by Becky Cross

SRUC Student Ambassador Becky Cross attended the Grow Careers Event at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on 21st November. Here she writes her account of the day. The annual Grow...

Understanding the Highway Code

The road is a cruel mistress. That’s especially true if you’re a cyclist who doesn’t know how to stay safe when you strap on your helmet. The basics of not...

Jennifer Wright

Zen and the Art of Gardening

A one-year Horticulture course at Scotland’s Rural College helped clarify Jennifer Wright’s career path – and her love of studying. Jennifer, 24, from Fife, initially chose to study Horticulture at...