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All Creatures Great and Small

We have become one of only two institutions in Scotland – and only ten in the UK – to offer a degree in Veterinary Nursing. Welcoming our first intake next...

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Students awarded at prizegiving ceremony

Hardworking students have been presented with certificates and prizes at the annual awards ceremony at Barony Campus in front of an audience of friends and family. More than 30 prizes were...

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International Women into Engineering Day

Today, Saturday 23rd June is International Women into Engineering Day. ​​International Women in Engineering Day is an international awareness campaign to raise the profile of women in engineering and focuses...

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Fun in the Sun at Barony Open Day

A sunny warm afternoon attracted more than 3000 visitors to Sunday’s Open Day at Barony Campus. The day allowed the public to get up close to everything that happens on...

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How to tame your dragon! Barony students reach national animal husbandry final

Two Animal Care students from the Barony have reached the final of a UK-wide animal husbandry competition. Organised by the Advanced Herpetological Husbandry (AHH) and The British Herpetological Society (BHS),...

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Cameron wins Engineering Learner of the Year

Cameron Howie, a student at Barony studying his Modern Apprenticeship in Land-based Engineering, and working for John H McNae Ltd has won the Engineering Learner of the Year at the...

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School pupils enjoyed a Taste of their Future at Barony

Over 170 school pupils gained the opportunity to try out different practical tasks at the “Taste of Your Future” event that was held on the Barony Campus at Scotland’s Rural...

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Reuben’s bear

Rueben Ellicot is currently on the Advanced Certificate in Forestry course at Barony Campus, and decided to have a go at some chainsaw carving. “After taking up Forestry as a...

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Pioneering Forest Machine Operator courses a success

The latest Forest Machine Operator Skills Development course delivered by the established partnership of UKFPA, the Barony campus at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), John Deere Forestry and Forestry Commission Scotland...

Veterinary Nurses gain invaluable experience

First year Veterinary Nursing students at  Barony shared their knowledge with an audience of school pupils, students and staff with a presentation as part of their graded unit assessment. The...