SRUC
2022 entry courses

We have some last-minute places available in Veterinary Nursing (Aberdeen and Dumfries) and Rural Animal Health (Aberdeen). Please use the Clearing form to apply. If you have any questions, please email study@sruc.ac.uk or call 0800 269 453. For 2023 entry courses, visit our Course catalogue.

As we approach the start of the new term, we are busy ensuring that you have the best experience possible at SRUC. This page provides information to help you get orientated. It includes information about:

  • induction
  • the start of term
  • your Students’ Association
  • programme and systems for studying
  • covid

Induction

Induction consists of three main activities: Preparing to study at SRUC, Studying at SRUC and Welcome to SRUC. The first two of these take place on Moodle. For an introduction to Moodle, watch this video.

Preparing to study at SRUC

An online, interactive package is available to help new and returning students to continue developing the skills essential for successful study.

The package is available here - Training Moodle: Preparing to Study at SRUC. Please create an account to access the course. You can find help with that in our Training Moodle account guide.

It is also available on the main page - Moodle: Preparing to Study at SRUC. Once you have registered with SRUC and have your student email address, you will be able to access this course.

Studying at SRUC

An online, interactive Induction and Student Guide is now available with all the information new and returning students need to successfully start/restart their studies. 

The course has six sections, each including a 'key information' lesson and 'further information' resources. A final section provides a list of key contacts. There is a specific section for returning students, letting you know what has changed since last academic year.

We strongly encourage you to complete all the key information lessons for your induction – whether you are a new or returning student. While returning students might already be aware of some of the content, it will provide a good refresher.

The further information resources are there for you to refer back to as and when you need throughout the year.

Welcome to SRUC

If you are studying an FE course with us (e.g., a National Certificate or Scottish Vocational Qualification etc.), then Welcome Week begins on Tuesday 30 August.

If you are studying an HE/on-campus PG course with us (e.g., a Higher National, a Degree or a Postgraduate Certificate/Masters programme), then Welcome Week begins on Monday 12 September.

Welcome Week will provide you with campus and programme-based inductions, as well as offering a programme of events run by your Students’ Association (see below), your Programme Team Leaders, and your Academic Liaison Managers.

The timetable of events for Welcome Week differ depending on which campus you are studying at, and which programme. Click on the relevant campus timetable below.

Aberdeen
Ayr
Barony
Edinburgh (including those studying at Glasgow Queens Park and RBGE)
Elmwood Higher Education Courses or Elmwood Further Education Courses 
Oatridge Further Education Courses or Oatridge Higher Education Courses

If you cannot find information about Welcome Week, please contact the Campus you are going to be studying at.

The contact details are as follows:

Campus

Email Address

Telephone Number

Aberdeen/Inverness

facultyofficeaberdeen@sruc.ac.uk

01224 711000

Ayr

facultyofficeayr@sruc.ac.uk

01292 886200

Barony

facultyofficebarony@sruc.ac.uk

01387 860251

Elmwood

facultyofficeelmwood@sruc.ac.uk

01334 658800

Edinburgh/Glasgow

facultyofficeedinburgh@sruc.ac.uk

0131 5354490

Oatridge

facultyofficeoatridge@sruc.ac.uk

01506 864800

 

 

If you have any problems accessing the modules please contact us on sidssd@sruc.ac.uk or call 0131 535 4444.

Teaching Block 1 or Semester 1

Teaching for most of our FE students will begin in the week beginning Monday 5 September. Teaching for most of our HE/on-campus PG students will begin in the week beginning Monday 19 September.

Whilst you are studying with us you can access your programme specific timetable at any time via a link on the MySRUC app, which is free for SRUC students. Preliminary timetables can be found below.

Class Timetables 2022/23

SRUC want to make timetables available to all students as soon as possible to allow students to plan for the term ahead.

Once you have registered as an SRUC student you will have access to your own timetable but in the meantime we have uploaded all class cohort timetables to a public Google Drive. We have separated them by Campus and then by programme area and then by year of course.

We haven’t uploaded timetables for Distance Learning programmes as they will come from your Programme Leader. We have endeavoured to ensure they are accurate and we will make updates to the published timetables as we hear about them but unfortunately late changes do occur and we cannot be held responsible for any later adjustments, but we will do our best to minimise them.

Here are the class cohort timetables, arranged by Campus (links go to google Drive).

Use the link below once you have registered to view your timetable in the MySRUC app. If you go to Student Advantage via MYSRUC, click on the menu, choose Timetable PDF, enter the date you want to look at and it will show you the timetable for the week you have selected. 

View your timetable in MySRUC

Student Association

SRUCSA logoSRUCSA, our Student Association will be running a range of events and services for you during Welcome Week and beyond. The timetable of activities can be found in the Welcome Week Moodle course.

SRUCSA is the Students’ Association for everyone studying at SRUC. We work to ensure that you have the best possible student experience by engaging with you, representing you to SRUC, and promoting communication between staff and students.

By becoming a Student at SRUC you are automatically a member of SRUCSA. So, we hope to see you (online or in person) at events this year. You might like to become involved as a voluntary liberation officer, start your own sports club or society, or attend a student panel. You can find out more on the Induction and Student Guide module and get in touch through the SRUCSA website, social media or email srucsa@sruc.ac.uk.

Meet the SRUCSA team

Programmes and systems for students

Let us help setting you up virtually and find out about how to use the Student Desktop, Moodle, the MySRUC app, Office 365 and more.

Learn more