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National Student Survey 2018

It’s that time of year again when students across the country are invited to take part in the National Student Survey.   This is your chance to give your feedback...

Aberdeen Degree Students’ Egg-celent Visit

  Degree students from SRUC Aberdeen campus enjoy an insightful visit to Farmlay Eggs       First week back from the Christmas holidays and the students of SRUC Aberdeen...

Dalmation with spiders painted on her spots.

Cutest pet day

Calling all pet lovers – We’re hosting a photo competition on January 14th for your cutest pets. Share your pictures with us on our Facebook pages and tag them with...

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!

Red flowers in a garden

SRUC Advent Calendar: 22nd December

Garden Design is a highly rewarding discipline that requires attention to detail, plant knowledge, technical competence and artistic flair. It is recognised as a profession in its own right and...

Two hospitality students cooking

SRUC Advent Calendar: 21st December

In Scotland the tourism industry employs more than 200,000 people, making it one of the largest employment sectors in the country. Hospitality and cookery are essential parts of this industry and...

Chicks in a hatchery

SRUC Advent Calendar: 20th December

At SRUC you will be taught by committed specialists who are part of the poultry industry, and will help you develop the skills and knowledge required for a challenging and rewarding...

A red breasted robin standing on ice

SRUC Advent Calendar: 19th December

Well-trained biological scientists are in great demandby today’s innovative bioscience companies, which make a significant contribution to the economy both in Scotland and the UK and animal scientists will have a vital role to play in meeting...

Forestry harvester with santa hat

SRUC Advent Calendar: 18th December

Forestry involves sustainably managing trees and woodlands in rural areas for commercial, social or other benefits. Arboriculture is usually associated with the management of individual trees or groups of them...