Address: Stroud Rd, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 6JS, UK
Royal Agricultural University is a university that is situated in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. It is often abbreviated as RAU. It was established in 1842 as the Royal Agricultural College. It was formerly known as the Royal Agricultural College. In 2013, it received full university status. The university runs 2 farms: Coates and Harnhill Manor Farm.
The university provides some degree programmes for both undergraduate and postgraduate through School of Business & Entrepreneurship, School of Agriculture, and School of Real Estate & Land Management.
The university library has approximately forty thousands print volumes, almost a thousand recent journal subscriptions and over forty thousand e-books. The library also holds the collection of documents related the RAU since its establishment.
The university has several sports facilities, such as: a gym, tennis courts, squash, and all-weather pitch. The university serves many sports and clubs, including: football, tennis, running, climbing, racing, lacrosse, clay pigeon shooting, equestrian, cricketgolf, hockey, polo, netball, rugby, snow boarding, scuba diving, ski, sailing, etc.