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Royal Agricultural University

639 Royal Agricultural University reviews

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Student rating
This is the overall rating calculated by averaging all live reviews for this uni on Whatuni.
(4.3)
  • Royal Agricultural University
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Amelia Whiting
09 Mar 22
Aged 18-24 years

International Equine and Agricultural Management BSc (Hons)

University rating (5)

The small size means that support from lecturers is incredible, as they can actually get to know their students and have time to respond to all of your queries. The location can be a drawback for some but for me it was a bonus, I'd much rather be in the countryside than a city. There's lots of sports and societies to get involved with and the social life is great!

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George Kyriazi
02 Mar 22

Agriculture BSc (Hons)

University rating (4)

All good

EB
Ella Baskerville
02 Mar 22

International Equine and Agricultural Business Management with Foundation Year BSc (Hons)

University rating (5)

Love it

HF
Holly Fletcher
02 Mar 22
Aged 18-24 years

International Equine and Agricultural Business Management with Foundation Year BSc (Hons)

University rating (5)

I feel like this uni helps you get the balance between life and work, in the most beautiful part of the world!!

RS
Rebecca Smith
02 Mar 22

British Wildlife Conservation FdSc

University rating (4)

N/A

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Warami Jackson
02 Mar 22

Applied Farm Management with Placement Year BSc (Hons)

University rating (2)

Best aspects would be the social and accessible lecturers as well as the good content of British Agriculture that is taught. Student support is pretty good as well. Worst aspects would be the lack of diversity and representation in the staff, students & activities. The location is not student-friendly especially for internationals who do not own/drive a car. The educational content is not throughly taught considering a global agricultural context which is a disadvantage for internationals. Systems other than the conventional agricultural system are not thoroughly taught. The living & accommodation facilities are not modern enough and the quantity and quality do not suffice.

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Kirk Stamford
02 Mar 22

Applied Farm Management BSc (Hons)

University rating (2)

Most (not all) students do not behave appropriately. I have never know a place which involved so much poor behaviour. The university itself uses too many group projects. Why should my grade depend on someone else’s poor work ethic? The teaching quality is also shocking with most online materials being uploaded late with the materials themselves being either pictures or put together in five minutes, so I all useless.

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Hélène Skaff
02 Mar 22

MSc Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security

University rating (5)

Campus is beautiful

AV
Abigail Vallance
08 Mar 22

Bloodstock and Performance Horse Management with Foundation Year BSc (Hons)

University rating (5)

I think that the royal agricultural university is a fantastic, with its rich history and fantastic social life on campus there is always something to do. Everybody is friendly and the lecturers are there for your best intentions and always happy to help. The night life is good fun with a range of pubs to visit and the main nightclub being reva where you’ll always know people and have a good time. The socials are entertaining and welcoming and campus life is never dull. The only down side is Cirencester is a small town so you don’t have the aspect of being in a city with a range of things to do however if you’re more of a country person then it’s the perfect place to be, with the shooting social and the beagles to polo and the equine team it’s rich within the countryside aspect of life.

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Graham Style
02 Mar 22

MSc Agricultural Technology and Innovation

University rating (4)

Well recognised University with an international outlook. Extremely poor communication between staff and to students.

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