We offer land-based courses at all levels. Whatever your area of study or training, we offer flexible and accessible opportunities.
Our strategic and applied research focuses on rural and land-based issues and our environment, benefiting rural economies and communities around the world.
As Scotland’s only land-based HEI, offering skills and courses from access level to PhD, we meet the needs of learners and the industries seeking their skills.
Our consultants, vets and specialists provide a wealth of local knowledge and expertise across the UK on all aspects of rural enterprise.
We help rural communities and industries meet and adapt to the demands of our ever changing world.
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.
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Crop Clinic News
05 Dec. Crops back on track/looking good. Details of SRUC/HGCA January roadshows. Up and coming BASIS training courses.
New MSc Course
A new Rural Business Management MSc course is in the pipeline. Read the course outline and receive progress updates by registering your interest.
Targeted at those interested in pushing Scottish arable businesses forward, this event showcases a series of regional technical seminars, based on the latest research findings.
A livery yard at West Linton, in the Scottish Borders, is the first in the UK to become accredited under a new scheme to protect horses and premises from a debilitating and highly contagious disease.
Professor Bob Webb is to step down this month as SRUC’s Principal and Chief Executive, over one year since the successful merger of Barony, Elmwood, Oatridge and Scottish Agricultural College.
Students from Dumfries, Perth and Lower Largo in Fife are among a group receiving bursaries totalling £10,000, awarded by Scotland’s Rural College.
Joseph Williams, a student at SRUC’s Ayr Campus, won the recent AgriScot Business Skills competition, impressing the judges with his critical appraisal of a new agriculture product.