Royal Agricultural University
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU), formerly the Royal Agricultural College, is a university in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England. Established in 1845, it was the first agricultural college in the English-speaking world. The university provides more than 30 land-based undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to students from over 45 countries through the School of Agriculture, the School of Business and Entrepreneurship, the School of Equine and the School of Real Estate and Land Management.
|Motto||Latin: Arvorum Cultus Pecorumque;|
(from Virgil's Georgics)
"Caring for the Fields
and the Beasts"
|Established||2013 - University status|
1845 – College
|President||Charles, Prince of Wales|
|Chair of Governing Council||John Pain|
|British Government assessment|
|Teaching Excellence Framework||Silver|