Scotland's Rural College delivers comprehensive skills, education and business support for Scotland’s land-based industries, founded on world class and sector-leading research, education and consultancy.

New Courses for 2015

2015 Undergraduate prospectus

SRUC are launching new courses starting in 2015, including a brand new MSc in Agricultural Professional Practice - click here for further details.

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Farming for a Better Climate

Find out more! Read about our Climate Change Focus Farms. Join your nearest farmer discussion group. Download case studies and practical guides.

Crop Clinic News

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23 April. At last some decent signs of spring weather have arrived and growth in crops is now kicking off with more gusto.

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Farm Management Handbook diamonds

The new 2014/15 Farm Management Handbook is now available!
An essential tool for rural business. Order online, by phone or email.

What’s on

Cereals in Practice

This free event is a must attend for those in the cereals industry. It offers an excellent opportunity to network, see the 2015 crop trials and view the latest research projects.

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Latest news

SRUC Invests in its SAC Consulting Team

Scotland’s Rural College has invested in the future of Scottish agriculture and its’ SAC Consulting Division by appointing new consultants and technical support staff.

Scotland’s Horse Industry Needs Greater Coordination and Support

Scotland’s equine industry is growing, and contributes £228 million to the Scottish economy per year (excluding racing); however there is a need for greater regulation and coordination.

SRUC Students Shortlisted for London Final of Prestigious Farm Business Award

Two students from Scotland’s Rural College are among eight finalists shortlisted in the 2015 Farmers Club Pinnacle Awards for Excellence in Business Management.

Home Grown Produce – SRUC Celebrates the Year of Food & Drink

2015 is Scotland’s Year of Food & Drink which aims to inspire Scots and visitors alike to celebrate Scotland’s outstanding natural larder, and develop its reputation as being a Land of Food and Drink.

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