The Royal Agricultural University has a long history and enviable reputation as a supplier of education and training of rural land and property professionals. The ways in which the rural, agricultural, residential, commercial, and leisure elements of land and the associated property are managed has a major impact on the quality of our lives and the environment, as pressure of demand on land use intensifies at both global and local levels.
Our course embraces the theories, methodologies, and practice of rural land management, providing you with a clear understanding of the multi-functionality of land in the UK. The partnership between the University and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has its roots in the accreditation of our course since the 1930s. We are proud of the substantial contribution made to the development of the global surveying profession by our alumni and staff.
Employers have a high regard for our course, evidenced by the excellent employability record of our graduates. You will benefit directly from the close association with employers and the rural land management profession. Whether your interest is in a career managing traditional rural estates, buying and selling country houses, residential agency, commercial property, or providing valuation and technical advice, our degree course will provide you with a firm foundation.
To discover your RAU experience, visit: https://www.rau.ac.uk/