College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise

College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise

Undergraduate Degrees (7 results)

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Equine Management BSc (Hons)

Equine Department

3 years full time

D322 UCAS code
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Food Business Management BSc (Hons)

Food Technology Education Branch

3 years full time / 4 years sandwich

D630 UCAS code
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Food Innovation and Nutrition BSc (Hons)

Food Technology Education Branch

3 years full time / 4 years sandwich

DB64 UCAS code
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Food Technology BSc (Hons)

Food Technology Education Branch

3 years full time / 4 years sandwich

D633 UCAS code
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Horticulture (Top Up) BSc

Higher Education Branch

1 years full time

D416 UCAS code
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Sustainable Agriculture with Agri-Business and Land Management pathways (Top Up) BSc (Hons)

Higher Education Branch

1 years full time

006D UCAS code
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Sustainable Agriculture with Agri-Business and Land Management pathways BSc (Hons)

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3 years full time / 4 years full time

005D UCAS code
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Cathy
01 Feb 22

College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise

Food Technology BSc (Hons)

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I study on Loughry Campus, Cookstown. It is not located in a city and is a rural location, which I understand may put some people off....