Royal Agricultural University
The Royal Agricultural University is located in Cirencester England. It was established in 1845 as a agricultural college and was the first of its type in the English speaking world. The univesity welcomes over 1000 students each year.
The main things you need to know about studying at the Royal Agricultural University.
The Royal Agricultural University offers catered and self catered accommodation, with flexibility to half half as well and upgrade. Rooms are shared and en suite as well as twins and quiet rooms. Individual prices range from £5985 (Standard single half board room) a year to £8435 (large en suite full board) and can be found here.
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The Students union offers 13 societies and 15 sports societies.
Alumni include James Buckman, Charlotte Clark, John Pullin and Arthur Nichols.
On the 7th October, the university announced that two of its student had received The Centenary Award which was awarded to only 3 students in the whole of the UK!
"The largest town of the Cotswolds, located on the beautiful River Churn, Cirencester is home to 1,100 students of the Royal Agricultural University, the oldest agricultural college in the English speaking world. Those interested in the Roman period will benefit from the town’s Corinium Museum which has an extensive Roman collection. Its location in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, a country feel, and good rail connection to London and other parts of the west from the nearby Kemble rail station makes Cirencester an attractive location for students".
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