As the world's population grows, so do our demands on the planet. Managing this natural resource has never been so important. Studying for a degree at Harper Adams is your opportunity to take on this global challenge.
Studying here and taking on some of the world's biggest challenges is your key to a great career.
We've been established since 1901, but that doesn't mean we're stuck in the past. We been the Times and Sunday Times University Guideâ€™s highest rated modern university since 2017.
On campus, you'll find cutting-edge facilities like a Â£2.93 million Agricultural Engineering Innovation Centre and a Â£4 million food innovation centre.
It's not just our facilities that are cutting-edge, our research is too. In the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF2014), 100 per cent of our research was declared of international quality, with more than 50 per cent either world leading or internationally excellent.
We're set on a 494-hectare farm in the heart of England, but our outlook and ideas are global. There are students from more than 30 countries on campus, working with lecturers and businesses from all over the world.
We know that there's a lot more to think about when you're an international studying in the UK, so we have a lot of ways to help. We'll give you priority for on-campus accommodation if needed, help you settle in, and provide free language and study skills support. Our student support team is on hand to answer any questions you have.
Harper Adams University is following the latest advice on the outbreak of Coronavirus. Learn more about how this could affect you as a student, visitor or member of staff.
The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020 and is now in a period of transition until 31 December 2020. Find out more about how different scenarios may affect you should you wish to study at Harper Adams University.