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Colleges and universities with relevant courses

Universities

University of Aberdeen
Department of Forestry
Cruickshank Building
St Machar Drive
Aberdeen
AB24 3UU
Tel: 01224 272673
www.abdn.ac.uk

University of Cumbria (FDSc and BSc Courses)
Newton Rigg Campus
Penrith
Cumbria
CA11 0AH
Tel: 01768 893400
www.cumbria.ac.uk

University of Edinburgh
School of Forestry
Institute of Ecology and Resource
Management
Darwin Building
Kings Building
Edinburgh EH9 3JU
Tel: 0131 650 1000
www.ed.ac.uk

University of Oxford
Oxford Forestry Institute
Department of Plant Sciences
University of Oxford
South Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3RB
Tel: 01865 275000
www.ox.ac.uk

University of Wales
School of Agriculture & Forest
Sciences
Deinol Road
Bangor
Gwynedd LL57 2UW
Tel: 01248 351151
www.bangor.ac.uk

Scottish School of Forestry
Inverness College UHI
Viewhill
Inverness IV2 5EA
Tel: 01463 273600
www.inverness.uhi.ac.uk

Colleges

Scottish School of Forestry
Inverness College UHI
Viewhill
Inverness IV2 5EA
Tel: 01463 273600
www.inverness.uhi.ac.uk

Sparsholt College
Hampshire
Sparsholt
Winchester
Hants SO21 2NF
Tel: 01962 776441
www.sparsholt.ac.uk

Barony College
Parkgate
Dumfries DG1 3NE
Tel: 01387 860251
www.barony.ac.uk

Herefordshire College of Technology
Holme Lacy Campus
Holme Lacy
Herefordshire HR2 6LL
Tel: 01432 870316
www.hct.ac.uk

Lincolnshire College of Agriculture
Riseholme
Lincoln LN2 2LG
Tel:01522 522252
www.lincoln.ac.uk

Careers

Graduate Careers - The Fast Stream is a graduate entry route for senior Civil Service careers. Further information:

Capita RAS
Innovation Court
New Street
Basingstoke
Hampshire RG21 7JB
Tel: 01256 383 683
Email: Faststream@capita.co.uk


LANTRA (The Sector Skills Council for the Environment and Land-based Sector) have launched two new careers sites for Land Based Industries below.   www.lantra.co.uk

www.afuturein.com - for adults looking for a new career, change in career or advice on how to get further up the ladder. This site is described as a signpost site pointing enquiries to other specialist websites.

www.ajobin.com  - slightly more "lively" - aimed at 14 to 19 year olds who want to know what there is, the qualifications required, where they can get them, and who might have jobs.

 

Last updated: 15th February 2017