Student opportunities

Kateryna SRUC garden

Eat Play Love at Gardening Scotland

Cultivate caught up with SRUC Horticulture student Kateryna Sydorova who is part of the team behind the pop-up garden Eat Play Love which will be on display at Gardening Scotland...

Short Courses offer for students

Once again, SRUC is offering its students the opportunity to undertake accredited skills training in areas where they will assist with employment opportunities or there is legislative requirement. Please note...

Lantra Learner of the Year Award Winner Sine Soszka receives her award from host Dougie Vipond

Fantastic harvest at the Lantra Awards 2018

Nine Scotland’s Rural College students received recognition at the land-based and aquaculture Learner of the Year Awards. Held by Lantra Scotland at Dunblane Hydro, he evening included a welcome and...

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SAAS Funding Guide 2018-2019

It’s that time of year again where the SAAS has updated its funding guide for the academic year ahead. Find and download the full guide here: https://www.saas.gov.uk/_forms/funding_guide.pdf For more information on...

SRUC Golfers visit the Double A Trading Company HQ in Cupar.

Golfers visit John Deere

John Deere and The Double A Trading Company recently hosted a group of SRUC Golf Course Management scholars in their HQ in Cupar  Fife. As part of their program the...

James Bamkin, SRUC Learner Engagement Officer, on a canoe

James Bamkin – Countryside Management

James Bamkin, a man whose career at SRUC has been illustrious – student, class rep, SRUCSA President and now Learner Engagement Officer, started his journey with a degree in fashion...

Alan Linton - SRUC Barony Veterinary Nursing student

Alan Linton – Vet Nursing

Alan Linton, 32, worked on his family’s fishing boat for many years before changing his path to study HND Veterinary Nursing at SRUC Barony. Alan is now enjoying the challenge of...

Stuart Hynds – Vet Nursing

Stuart Hynds worked in retail since finishing school but has always had a passion for animals. After he helped an injured owl he realised he wanted to follow what he...

Toby Ross, SRUC Edinburgh Rural Business Management student

Toby Ross – Rural Management

Toby Ross, 34, changed his path from working in marketing and broadcasting to study HND Rural Business Management with us at SRUC Edinburgh. Speaking of his career before his time...

SRUC Gamekeeping student Baillie Robertson.

Baillie game for Canadian challenge

A gamekeeping student from SRUC Elmwood has beaten strong competition to land a job on an exclusive Canadian Island. Baillie Robertson from Dumfries, who is currently on the National Certificate...