Agricultural & Renewable Technology
SRUC is meeting the technology challenge by providing graduates skilled at implementing and innovating technology in the agricultural industry.
Sustainability is a word used so often today, but what does it really mean?
The key to understanding how we can improve our sustainability is gain an understanding of energy.
Studying courses such as Sustainable Land Use and Food Production or Agricultural Technology will allow you to discover how we can apply new technologies to improve our use of energy, reduce our waste of energy and concentrate energy back into high-density forms such as electricity and heat.
In ten years the industry will be unrecognisable from today and it is the duty of SRUC to meet the technology challenges by providing graduates skilled at implementing and innovating technology in the agricultural industry.
You'll learn about all aspects of agricultural technology and how it is applied, alongside workplace skills like IT, data handling and communication.
- BSc/BSc (Hons)
Environmental Protection and Management
This course teaches how to devise and implement strategies that protect and conserve environments facing a wide range of threats.
Sustainable Food Production and Land Use
This applied biology degree considers how land use practices can help to tackle today’s critical challenges of climate change, biodiversity and food security.
- BSc/BSc (Hons)
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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.
Although our campuses are currently closed, you can still find out about life and learning at SRUC by joining one of our virtual open days. You will be taken to our old website to make your booking.
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