Berkshire College of Agriculture
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The Royal Agricultural College is based in Cirencester. Its library houses over 40,000 print volumes, 40,000 e-books, 1,000 journal subscriptions, and a growing number of full-text databases. The college has over 120 PCs, and the campus is internet enabled. Accommodation is available on campus. In addition, the college operates two farms: the Harnhill Manor Farm and the Coates Manor Farm. It also uses numerous farms, such as Kemble Farms and Fossehill Farm that is next to Coates, students have access to use the provided facilities.
The Royal Agricultural College is on the outskirts of Cirencester, in the heart of the Cotswolds. It is easily reached by coach, train, and car from most parts of the country, London is only 90 minutes away.
We know that your room will not just be a place to study and sleep, it will be your space to call ‘home’ and the location will be a key part of meeting new people and making friends for life. We will treat everyone as an individual and try to find you the accommodation that will best suit you during your time studying at the Royal Agricultural University.
First year undergraduate and postgraduate students are offered the opportunity to live on campus; in our Halls of Residence. If you'd like to read more about the Halls of Residence available for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students, please download our Accommodation Guide on this page. In future years, we will assist you in finding off campus accommodation in Cirencester and the surrounding villages.
Your room will not just be a place to study and sleep, it will be your space to call “home” and the location will play a key part of meeting new people and making new friends. Living at the RAU is a great way to meet fellow students and to be “where the action is” and comes with many benefits such as: