SRUC Oatridge, West Lothian
Welcome to SRUC Oatridge, West Lothian
The campus stands on its own 283-hectare estate in the West Lothian countryside and is within easy reach of the motorway network.
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Download our travel guide for help getting to Oatridge by car, train, bus and taxi.
Morning and evening campus buses for stations at Livingston and Uphall, and Linlithgow are provided, with a lunchtime run included if there is sufficient demand. Have a look at the Oatridge shuttle bus timetable for more information.
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.
SRUC Oatridge also offers conference venues.
As the campus hosts the Scottish National Equestrian Centre, equine competitions are run regularly, with riders attending from all over the country.
Oatridge golf course
There is a nine hole course at our Oatridge campus, which is used by students and the public alike. Golf equipment, trolleys and buggies are available for hire, and golfers can enjoy a coffee and snack in the clubhouse, too. There is a large practice putting green, a practice area with bunkers and a double practice bay.
Find out about the different kinds of available student accommodation.
Land-based Engineering (Agriculture)
These courses are for anyone with an interest in working as an agricultural engineer, offering a mix of theory and practical skills.
This 16 week course is designed to prepare you for an apprenticeship in farriery or to follow a career as a blacksmith/in blacksmithing.
- City and Guilds Level 2
If you’re looking to pursue a career as a veterinary assistant this is an ideal course.
- Level 2 Diploma
Wildlife and Conservation Management
These courses are aimed at those who care about wildlife and the environment and want to protect it so that everyone may enjoy it.
- BSc/BSc (Hons)
- Top-up degree
Find out more about studying at SRUC
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.