SRUC King's Buildings, Edinburgh
King’s Buildings Campus
West Mains Road
Welcome to SRUC King's Buildings, Edinburgh
The campus is sited on the University of Edinburgh's campus on the south side of the city, and also has facilities located on the Bush Estate. The campus is easily accessed by road and students can make use of the neighbouring University of Edinburgh library.
Download our travel guide for help getting to King's Buildings by car, train, bus and taxi.
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For campus library information and opening hours please visit our library pages.
All our campuses have accessible (gender-neutral) toilets available, as well as a 'quiet room' with useful information, leaflets and time out activities for students who need a quiet space.
The Arcade underwent a total refit in 2019. The space was transformed into a collaborative working space with social areas, booths with screens and charging stations, and everyone’s favourite feature, the living wall.
The new arcade also includes a café serving hot drinks, hot rolls, sandwiches and delicious soups.
Due to its close proximity and links with Edinburgh University, all of the campuses sports facilities are run by the Edinburgh University Students' Union (EUSA). SRUC Edinburgh students are able to become EUSA members through a registration process at the start of each academic year.
EUSA facilities include the Centre for Sport and Exercise (CSE) and playing fields, which offer a wide range of indoor and outdoor sports facilities. Indoor activities include gyms (free weights and machines), badminton and squash courts, football, basketball, volleyball and martial arts. Outdoor facilities offer football and rugby pitches, cricket squares and a residential outdoor activity centre which offers sailing, windsurfing, hillwalking and mountain biking.
SRUC King's Buildings, Edinburgh also has its own rugby, football and hockey teams which compete against local teams as well as teams from the other SRUC campuses. The city's sports facilities (both indoor and out) are also very impressive and include Europe's largest artificial ski slope which is open all year round.
Find out about the different kinds of available student accommodation.
You will develop independent learning skills and team working skills which will provide a strong foundation for future study and/or employment in the industry.
- BSc/BSc (Hons)
- MA at SCQF level 6
- MA at SCQF level 5
Rural Business Management
Develop the business skills you need to make a valuable contribution to the rural industries or smaller enterprises.
- Top-up degree
- BA/BA (Hons)
Highly practical and industry-approved, a qualification in Garden Design will allow you to enter one of the largest and fastest growing employment sectors in the UK and beyond.
Horticulture with Plantsmanship
This course covers a wide range of horticultural skills, from botanical issues relevant to horticulture today to techniques for restoring historic gardens.
- BSc/BSc (Hons)
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Fees & funding
Funding is available to help you complete your studies, including bursaries to pay your tuition fees and loans to help with maintenance and travel costs.
During our online open days you can talk to course tutors and students and find out why studying at SRUC is such a unique experience.