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|UK Colleges and Universities of Agriculture and Horticulture|
|Bishop Burton||Bishop Burton, Beverley, East Yorkshire :- Animal Production, Business Management, Countryside Management, Engineering Department, Equestrian Department, Creative Studies, Horticultural Department, Special Needs, The Farm.|
|Cranfield University||Cranfield University at Silsoe :- Agricultural and Environmental Engineering Centre, BioMedical Centre, Biotechnology Centre, Analytical Science, Precision Farming, European Marketing and IT Centre, Geographical Information Management, Institute of BioScience and Technology, Institute of Water and Environment, Postharvest Technology Group, Soil Survey and Land Research Centre.|
|De Montfort University||School of Agriculture, Grantham, Lincolnshire :- Agriculture, Crop Production and Protection, Agriculture / Agricultural Mechanisation, Arable Mechanisation, Agriculture Law, Food Law, Environmental Law, Advanced Tractor and Machine Repair, Agricultural Engineering, Environmental Law, Countryside and Agriculture Law, Food Law, Service Engineering.|
|Easton College||7 miles west of Norwich :- The College is a provider of education and training facilities for rural industries. Pressures on these industries nationally have encouraged diversification. Those working in them need to acquire the skills to support both traditional and new areas of activity.|
|Greenmount College||Situated three kilometres from Antrim, Northern Ireland. Courses in agriculture at Higher National Diploma, Higher National Certificate, National Diploma and Certificate level, and in horticulture at Higher National Diploma, National Diploma and Certificate level. Courses leading to NVQ Awards are also offered in both agriculture and horticulture.|
|Harper Adams University College||All the Agriculture courses have an initial, common period of study (2 semesters for the degree and HND) in which all students take the same, core modules : Agri-Food Marketing and Business, Rural Enterprise and Land Management, Countryside Management, Rural Environmental Protection.|
|Imperial College at Wye||Wye, Ashford, Kent. Initiatives to sustain more secure food supplies and livelihoods in a high-quality rural environment :- Agricultural Economics and Business Management Research Group, Agroecology Research Group, Biological Sciences, External Programme.|
|Landbased Education||Landbased colleges are able to focus on providing a practical experience in education and help to build other skills alongside these. There are a huge range of opportunities for study and work in the land-based industries and many of the courses offered are both full-time and part-time.|
|Myerscough College||Agriculture, Animal Care and welfare, Arboriculture, Blacksmithing, Equine and Horse Care, Farming and Wildlife, Horticulture, Landscape Practice, Land Base Study Skills, Mechanisation, Skills Training, Sport and Leisure, Sporstuff, Vetinary Nursing.|
|Reaseheath College||Nantwich, Cheshire :- Agriculture and the Countryside, Engineering and Construction, Food and Dairy Technology, Greenkeeping and Sports Turf, Horticulture, Animal Care and Equine Studies.|
|Royal Agricultural College||The College's courses, from the Degree Foundation Course to diploma, degree, postgraduate and short courses are all tailored to meet the requirements of today's increasingly demanding employers. As a result, equipped with the right skills and experience, Cirencester students have a head start in the careers race.|
|Seale-Hayne||University of Plymouth : Seale-Hayne, a stunning campus in the heart of South Devon; Seale Hayne Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Land Use. Offers a full range of undergraduate courses.|
|The Scottish Agricultural College||The Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) is one of Europe's leading education, research and consultancy organisations specialising, nationally and internationally in services for the rural sector and for related industries.|
|University of Aberdeen||The University's Agriculture Department was founded in 1895 and has developed an international reputation for teaching and research. It is housed in the modern MacRobert Building on the main University Campus, with its own library, laboratory and computing facilities.|
|University of Bristol||Long Ashton Research Station :- Crop Performance and Improvement, Plant-pathogen Interactions, Plant and Invertebrate Ecology, Biological Chemistry, Agriculture and the Environment, Sugar Beet Improvement and Productivity.|
|University of Hertfordshire||Agriculture and the Environment Research Unit : AERU are actively conducting and promoting high quality research to develop and apply environmental impact control methodologies and environmental management techniques to the areas of agriculture, horticulture, conservation and land use.|
|University of Reading||Department of Agriculture, University of Reading :- The Department is divided into four teaching and research sections: Animal Science and Production, Biomathematics, Crop Science and Production Systems and Management.|
|Welsh Institute of Rural Studies||Rural Studies, Aberystwyth :- Improvement and Renovation of Grassland, Agriculture, Animal Science, Crop Science, Organic Agriculture, Countryside Management, Marketing, Computer Science, Business Studies, Food Marketing, Economics of Agriculture, Food and the Rural Environment, Business and Agriculture, Agriculture and Countryside Conservation.|
|Writtle||3 km west of Chelmsford, Essex. Horticulture, Agriculture and Animal Care :- Amenity Horticulture & Landscape Management, Commercial Horticulture, Agriculture, Business Management, Leisure Management, Rural Environment and Conservation, Engineering, Equine Studies, Animal Science, Applied Plant Science.|
|UK Dairy Academy||The UK Dairy Academy will become the recognised centre of excellence for training provision throughout the country. By using the UK's leading experts in the practical application of new technology and best management practice as the Academy's Associate Tutors, the courses will be of the highest standard and at a level appropriate to the course participants. The aim is to provide UK dairy farmers with the ability to keep their businesses at the peak of operational and financial efficiency. Training will be provided throughout the country, as the Academy will arrange venues according to need.|
|International Agricultural Colleges|
|The International Technical and Agricultural College, New Zealand||The International Technical
and Agricultural College and sister company The International Nature
Conservation College have been providing people from all over the world the
opportunity to learn about New Zealands unique and diverse Countryside
for over ten years.
The College offers a range of academic courses and special interest tours to groups of any size exploring areas such as Sheep, Beef and Dairy farming, Organic and Sustainable Agriculture, Orchard production, Viticulture and Horticulture.
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