Farming

Master in Organic Farming Alison Goldberger

SRUC Postgraduate Distance learning programmes, attract students from around the globe. Alison who lives in Austria talks to us about her experience so far. I’m studying the MSc in Organic...

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Student Profile – Natalie Cartner

Natalie Cartner from Langholm in Dumfries and Galloway always knew she wanted to have a career in agriculture having come from a farming background. Having discovered the Applied Animal Science...

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SRUC Alumni Profile – Hannah Donegan

Hannah grew up in the west of Ireland on a small family beef farm. Spending her spare time with her dad on the farm, and as she grew older helping...

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Do Cows Belong in Fields?

When Orla Shortall applied to study for a Masters degree in ecological economics at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), she was hoping it would lead to a job in the environmental...

First Class Result

When Kerry Cartwright was looking at universities, her interest in animals and love of the outdoors led her to Scotland’s Rural College. Despite not having a farming background, the 22-year-old...

From Beauty to Beasts

An agriculture student who started her career as a beauty therapist has graduated with a first class honours degree in Agriculture from Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC). Mum-of-two Katie Dubarry, who...

James orr

From Afghanistan to Ayr

Chapelton student swaps army for agriculture After growing up on a beef and sheep farm in South Lanarkshire, James Orr initially decided against a career in agriculture and joined the...

Cream of the crop

East Lothian student graduates from Scotland’s Rural College East Lothian student Craig Simpson is one of the first students to graduate with a Masters degree in Agricultural Professional Practice from...

Anna-Louise Fraser

From Falconry to Farming

Banffshire student Anna-Louise Fraser graduates from SRUC Banffshire student Anna-Louise Fraser has graduated from Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) after a change of direction saw her studying Agriculture. When the 30-year-old...

New Entrants to Farming

The Scottish Government is committed to developing opportunities to encourage new entrants into the farming industry. A government working group, Farming Opportunities for New Entrants (FONE), has begun work and...