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7 November 2017

Are you interested in a career in agricultural management consultancy? Don’t miss out on your chance to secure this paid placement with Wilson Wraight, plus a contribution towards your tuition fees of up to £4k!

Based in Suffolk, you will be involved with providing management consultancy services to agri-business clients. Working closely with the partners of the business, you will be involved in farm business appraisals, budgeting, joint ventures, grants, tenders, investment appraisals, contract farming and the basic payment scheme. Wilson Wraight’s clients range from 15 acre council tenants to multi thousand acre commercial farming businesses, predominantly in the east of the country. The majority of their clients are arable farming businesses with a very small number of mixed enterprise and livestock operations.

Pictured is Harper Adams University Agri-business student Emma Benson, currently on placement with Wilson Wraight. Emma came along to the recent Scholarship Fair to share her experience with students looking to secure their placement for next year.

Don't miss out!  Applications must be submitted electronically no later than 12 noon on Friday 10 November

For more information/to apply please visit

https://www.harper-adams.ac.uk/apply/finance/scholarships/scholarship.cfm?id=201006

Support is always available from the Placement Office and your Placement Manager.

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