Harper Adams is a single campus university located in rural Shropshire. Its postgraduate offering includes a wide range of taught programmes and a number of research opportunities in the agri-food chain and rural sector.
The university farm has recently had a multi-million-pound transformation, including a £2million cutting-edge dairy unit. Students have access to livestock, crops and managed countryside areas. The Engineering Design Centre is sponsored by JCB, with further recent investment by GKN Land Systems, and there is also a dedicated Postgraduate Centre, an Agricultural Engineering Innovation Centre, dedicated Entomology Laboratory, and Aquaculture facilities currently being planned.
International students get priority campus accommodation, a dedicated induction programme and their own student representative.
There are 13halls of residence on campus, and in 2016, Harper Adams was named University of the Year at the Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
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Harper Adams University traces its origins to the Harper Adams Agricultural College that was started in 1901. Currently, the University offers an excellent selection of MScs, MBAs and research opportunities at the PhD and post-doctoral levels. Harper Adams is renowned for its cutting edge research into soil management, crops and environment and sustainable farming