Study in United Kingdom with Royal Agricultural University
Royal Agricultural University is public university which was established in 1845 as Royal Agricultural College then later on gained the status as university. The university is the first agricultural college in the English-speaking world. Three farms are operated by university near to campus where the hands on practical experience is provided to the students to hone their skills which are: Coates Manor Farm, Fossehill Farm and Harnhill Manor Farm.
Royal Agricultural University comprises of four schools: School of Agriculture, School of Business and Entrepreneurship, School of Equine and School of Real Estate and Land Management. The university offers over 30 land-based undergraduate and postgraduate programmes for students through these schools like Agriculture Farm Management, Animal Science and British Wildlife Conservation and many more.
Royal Agricultural University has more than 1,200 students including 965 undergraduates and 235 graduates. The university has students from more than 45 countries.
Royal Agricultural University offers variety of facilities such as fee waivers, practical experience and bursaries for international students.
Notable Alumni: Roger Knapman (Former Leader of UKIP), Arthur Sclater (Sussex County Cricketer), Mark Bence-Jones (writer).
Royal Agricultural University Programs
Royal Agricultural University Application Requirements
Royal Agricultural University Cost of studies
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Royal Agricultural University Deadlines
Masters: 15th January
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.