Agriculture and Crops
Preserving agricultural land now and for the future requires people who can deal with the challenges that face society from population increases to climate change and everything in between. Farmers, scientists, inventors and academics each have a part to play and there is a place for all of them in modern agriculture.
Scores of Harper Adams graduates are playing important roles in a variety of sectors throughout the world. They may be in primary food production, researching alternative crops or helping to manage the food supply. Some have gone on to overseeing environmental projects or are contributing to the development of new technologies such as biofuel research and production.
Whatever path you choose to follow in this sector, Harper Adams will equip you with the knowledge and qualifications that you will need to make your career a resounding success.
- Harper Adams University student wins 2016 Pinnacle Awards
- Making My Mark: Students brave elements to collect dissertation data
- Huazhong student's poster wins at AES annual conference
- What can we learn from hydraulic fracturing in America?
- From town to country - Becky's breaking into the agri-food sector
Read an introduction to our undergraduate agriculture studies programmes.
- A-Z list of undergraduate agriculture courses for 2016 entry
- A-Z list of undergraduate agriculture courses for 2017 entry