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Harper Adams University is a specialist agriculture, agribusiness, engineering, food and rural university based central England, and the University currently has more than 5,000 students enrolled. Harper Adams University was voted 'University of the Year' 2016 in the WhatUni awards.
Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are available in agriculture and crops, animal studies, business, management and marketing, countryside, environment and wildlife, engineering, food studies, geography, rural estate, property and land management and veterinary studies.
Harper Adams University performs very well in a number of national rankings. Its graduate employment rate is currently 96.2%, student satisfaction is 89% and it is in the top five most safe and most welcoming UK universities.
The Harper Adams Student Services team can assist with student welfare, finance, accommodation and other general issues regarding your time at the University.
Harper Adams was crowned the 2016 'University of the Year' in the WhatUni awards and 'Modern University of the Year' in the 2020 Times and Sunday Times ranking.
Harper Adams performs well in a number of UK quality indicators, with its employment rate currently 92% and student satisfaction at 89%. The Telegraph has ranked it as a top 12 UK university for sport, while it is also regarded as one of the UK’s safest and most welcoming universities.
Students can choose to live on or off campus. For those choosing to stay in halls of residence, three meals a day are provided and a weekly laundry service is available. Regular cleaning on your behalf also takes place, along with wireless internet and cycle storage.
Harper Adams University is based on a rural campus in central England.
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