What is the BSc in Agriculture?
The BSc in Agriculture brings together the internationally recognised expertise of the University of Hertfordshire, the Royal Veterinary College, Rothamsted Research and Oaklands College.
This course, including compulsory work experience for undergraduate students, will equip graduates with knowledge and skills to lead and inform sustainable agriculture and food security – ensuring high employability of graduates.
Professor Stephen May, Deputy Principal at the Royal Veterinary College, says of this exciting new area of study: “The challenges for ensuring that we continue to have affordable and safe meat on our plates have never been greater. World demand is increasing, and at the same time UK consumers rightly demand quality assured, welfare-friendly products. The veterinary profession will play an essential part in progress in this field, and, as the largest UK veterinary school, the RVC looks forward to making its own substantial contribution to BSc Agriculture.”
This course leads to a University of Hertfordshire degree. For further information please visit BSc (Hons) Agriculture with Optional Sandwich Placement/Study Abroad on their website.
Please contact The University of Hertfordshire for tuition fees cost.
Bank Of England Scholarship Programme
Bank of England Scholarship for new students starting a full-time undergraduate degree in September 2017 from a black or mixed African/Caribbean background.
Bank of England in partnership with Windsor Fellowship
If you're from a black or mixed African/Caribbean background and are looking for financial support whilst at university, our scholarship programme may be for you.
It’s a great way to experience our fascinating work as a central Bank in a collaborative and inclusive environment. The programme will provide you with:
• Up to £30,000 to support living costs during your undergraduate degree.
• Paid summer internships.
• Mentoring, coaching and support from a member of our team.
The programme is open to students who are eligible to work and study in the UK, with at least 260 UCAS points and a household income below £50,000. You must be planning to start a full-time undergraduate degree in Autumn 2017.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 26th February 2017
To find out more, and to see the full eligibility criteria, visit:
Canadian Student Loans
The Royal Veterinary College is not involved in processing your application for a loan, however we can confirm your student status; please direct your queries to the Financialaidoffice@rvc.ac.uk
For an overview of the financial aid process for Canadian students, please visit the Campus Access website
Students should apply through their provincial student assistance office or website. When you apply for a loan, you are considered for funding by both the Provincial and Federal Government, meaning you only have to apply once for funding for the year. Federal loans are processed via the National Student Loans Service Centre and provincial loans through the provincial governments and student aid branches.
Loans and Grants - Government Financial Support (UK and EU Students)
Home UK students are entitled to;
- A non-means tested tuition fee loan to the value of fees charged, for more details please see Tuition Fees Loan
- A variable means tested living cost loan, please see link
- A variable means tested living cost grant This is only applicable to full-time UK undergraduates who are continuing or start their course in 2015. If your household income is between £25,000 and £42,620 you would be entitled to a grant of between £50 and £3,387 which you won’t have to pay back, please see link
EU students are eligible to apply for student support for tuition fees in the same way as home/UK students.
- BVetMed Graduate Accelerated UK and EU students are only entitled to a variable means tested living cost loan, please see link
- please note BVetMed Graduate Accelerated students are not eligible for tuition fee loans, grants and RVC bursaries.
Maintenance support for Prospective 17/18 (UK and EU students)
An indication of the support available to you in 2017/18, including RVC Bursaries.
All undergraduate students are eligible for a full tuition fees loan and this means that you will not have to pay undergraduate tuition fees before you start or during your time at RVC.
- Please note BVetMed Graduate Accelerated students are not eligible for tuition fee loans, grants and RVC bursaries, they are only entitled to a variable means tested living cost loan.
Tuition Fees Loan (UK and EU Students)
UK/ EU full-time undergraduate students will not have to pay tuition fees upfront unless you wish to. Instead, you will be able to apply for a student loan for the full tuition fees.
Please note this doesn’t include Graduate Accelerated BVetMed students who are not eligible to apply for a tuition fees loan.
For further details on what funding could be available to you, try the Student Finance calculator