Royal Agricultural University

Royal Agricultural University

UK

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The RAU offers top quality courses in agriculture, food production, the environment, business, rural land management, real estate, and equine.

  • A legacy of over 170 years of academic excellence
  • Top-quality innovative programmes across a range of subjects
  • Friendly, strong support network – a home away from home
  • Vibrant international student community from across the globe
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The RAU – An Overview

The Royal Agricultural University (previously known as the Royal Agricultural College) was established in 1845, making it the oldest and first agricultural institution in the English speaking world. From its inception, the institution was staffed with innovators and pioneers and made a considerable impact on farming practice and agricultural science. In 2013, the College was granted full University status. The University has an international reputation for teaching and research excellence and prides itself on having strong links with industry around the globe. The Royal Agricultural University is a Tier 4 Sponsor and is on the Home Office’s Register of Sponsors.

Campus:

The RAU is based just outside of Cirencester town in Gloucestershire – the capital of the Cotswolds. The campus is spread across 25 acres of greenery and offers a safe and secure environment to live and study. It is large enough that many facilities are on-site; yet small enough to create a friendly atmosphere with a strong sense of community.

Why Study at the RAU?

  • 4th safest university campus in England and Wales
  • Top university in England for carbon reduction
  • Top-quality innovative programmes across a range of subjects
  • Research opportunities available
  • State-of-the-art learning facilities
  • Funding opportunities available for international students for undergraduate and postgraduate
  • Affordable and convenient accommodation options
  • Students visit farms in the vicinity and put into practice what they learn in class
  • Dedicated support for international students
  • Thriving Student Union with lots of fun-filled activities all through the year
  • Active presence on social media – YouTube and Facebook
  • 3 working farms covering a total of 491 hectares. 
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40 International student nationalities at this university

FEEL AT HOME INDEX
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8.86% International students from USA

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COSTS PER YEAR*
OVERALL COST OF LIVING

£9185

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION
Source: KIS/HESA

£5031 - £6876

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR*

UNDERGRADUATE

£10170

POSTGRADUATE

£12380

*Price shown is for indicative purpose, please check with institution

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