Royal Agricultural University
Established in 1845, the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester has a long-standing, global reputation for teaching and research in the agricultural and related land-based sector. Today, the university has a vibrant, forward-thinking, international community. Currently there are more than 1,200 students from over 45 different countries studying at the historic campus, set in 25 acres of magnificent grounds in the heart of the Cotswolds.
The Royal Agricultural University maintains consistently high levels of graduate employability. Over the past five years, 96% of undergraduates have entered employment or further study within six months, with 80% securing professional or managerial roles.