Student Visits

NC Engineering visit

JAS P Wilson visit

The NC Engineering group from Barony Campus enjoyed a visit to JAS P Wilson, UK based forestry and firewood suppliers and engineers. Based in Dalbeattie they serve customers throughout the...

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...

Organic Farming Study Tour

Students on the distance learning PGDip/MSc Organic Farming course visited some of the UK’s leading organic producers – including Prince Charles’ Duchy Farm – on their recent study tour.  ...

Students meet Alpacas at SRUC Elmwood

Alpacas visit Elmwood

We recently welcomed some unusual guests to our Elmwood campus. Lecturer Anne Low organised a visit from some of Claddach Farm’s inhabitants.  The farm, based near Peat Inn specialises in...

David James, Assistant Principal (R) and Sonia Filby, Student Experience Manager (L) are pictured with Cllr Margaret Kennedy and Stephen Gethins, MP North East Fife

Elmwood Careers Event 2017

More than 400 visitors attended the annual careers event, held recently at Elmwood Campus.  As usual the event was well supported by the local workforce and specialist employers from further...

SRUC Edinburgh Environment Students – Integrated Catchment Management

Final year Environmental Management students along with some Erasmus visitors, all studying at SRUC’s Edinburgh Campus, visited Eddleston Water as part of their Integrated Catchment Management module. The group were...

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...

Freshwater Environment Trip to Loch of Strathbeg & River Dee

  One of the modules included in the Countryside Management HND course is Freshwater Environments: Management and Protection. Scotland is a wet country with plenty of rain, as everyone knows,...

Livestock Production Students Explore Innovative Technology

    A mix of 3rd year Agriculture and Rural Business Management students, from Aberdeen campus, visited SRUC’s Easter Howgate research farm as part of their Livestock Production Systems module....

Aberdeen BSc Countryside Management’s journey to Glen Clova

  On Wednesday the 11th October, BSc Countryside Management students from SRUC Aberdeen set off for wonderful day of field tripping. The group, accompanied by lecturers Denise Ronald and John...