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BSc (Hons) Agribusiness Management

  • 6

    Level
    Level 6

  • Duration
    3 years

  • Start Date
    September 2021

  • Venue
    Easton College

  • Course Code
    F0081

Start Date

  • September 2021

Summary

This course will run subject to approval / re-approval by the University of East Anglia (UEA). This means the course is currently going through UEA's process to confirm the course will lead to a UEA award. Course approval / re-approval will take place in Jan/Feb and is expected to be confirmed by Spring 2021.

Our new BSc (Hons) Agribusiness Management degree, currently undergoing validation will be ready for September 2021 entry replacing our current FdSc in Agricultural Management.

This programme is likely to include modules to develop skills to support professional careers in the agriculture and food industries. Built round a core of science and management the programme provides scope to develop individual interests through project based work. The programme will be supported with links to the regional agriculture, food and research sectors.

Please check back here soon when further details of the programme will be available.

Why Our College?

Real working environment

Learn on our operational commercial farm covering over 200 hectares.

£9bn industry

with over 476,000 workers on farms in the UK.

Show your skills

Exhibit your work at regional agricultural shows.

Entry Requirements

Our typical offer is 64 UCAS tariff points from A levels or equivalent. A minimum of GCSE Maths, English and Science (preferred) grade 4/C or above. UCAS points from Scottish Highers or Advanced levels are accepted. UCAS tariff points from BTEC or City and Guilds diplomas are accepted. Open University credits in lieu of A levels. Access to HE Diplomas at Pass level, or above, and with suitable science credits.

Assessment

TBC

Progression

TBC

Fees

£9,000 per annum

Why Our College?

Real working environment

Learn on our operational commercial farm covering over 200 hectares.

£9bn industry

with over 476,000 workers on farms in the UK.

Show your skills

Exhibit your work at regional agricultural shows.

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