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SRUC Scotland's Rural College

SRUC, Scotland's Rural College, was created in 2012 from a merger of 4 historic land-based colleges in Scotland. It offers courses at college and university level. Degrees are awarded by the universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.

UCAS Code: S01

Student Statistics

Student population

Small
<5,000
Medium
5–10,000
Large
10–25,000
Largest
>25,000

Level of study

  • Undergraduate 94%
  • Postgraduate 6%

Mode of study

  • Full Time 71%
  • Part Time 29%

Where students come from

  • UK 92%
  • EU 7%
  • Other 1%

Student gender

  • Male 50%
  • Female 50%

Student Services and Facilities

Disability support

  • The college provides a supportive environment. Prospective students can arrange an interview in order to identify individual needs, and assess any support required.
  • SRUC can also assist with applying for the Disabled Students Allowance.

Students' Union

  • SRUCSA is the SRUC Students’ Association and works towards the best possible student experience for all students across SRUC.

History

  • Created in 2012, SRUC – Scotland’s Rural College – was the result of a merger of 4 historic land-based colleges in Scotland.
  • Now, SRUC offers courses at all college and university levels, with 6 campuses across the country, and is the largest institution of its kind in Europe.

Address

SRUC Edinburgh Campus, Peter Wilson Building, Nicholas Kemmer Road, Edinburgh, EH9 3FH