Clearing is open

Visit our Clearing hub to learn more about Clearing, our degrees, support services, and details on how get in touch with our team to discuss your options.

We're here to help you.

Discover more
Students And Lecturer On Crop Walk

Agriculture facilities

Hartpury’s estate boasts its own commercial Home Farm and students are able to experience milking, calving, lambing and rearing and observe and assist with veterinary procedures on the farm.

Every aspect of our specialist campus is designed to equip students with the skills, knowledge and experience they need to open the door to their dream career.

We’re pioneers of livestock performance, productivity and profitability, holding the Southwest Promar International Milkminder award. We’re also leading the way in crop biodiversity, as a base for ADAS’s environmental research plots.‏‏‏‎ ‎

Two Female Students In Tractor

380-Hectare Classroom

You’ll benefit from one 380-hectare award-winning farming business across five rural sites that work with Muller, Farmer Fresh and RJ Kerr. Our main 72-hectare Home Farm is on campus, with four other farms nearby. You'll have plenty of opportunities to apply theory to practice, developing your expertise across the entire food supply chain.

Students And Lecturer Looking At Farm Machinery

Put theory into practice

The commercial focus of all of our farming activities provides plenty of opportunities to gain experience, both inside and outside your learning. Home Farm offers hands-on voluntary, internship and paid roles throughout the year. Students develop a range of skills aimed at yielding consumer products in a sustainable and profitable way.‏‏‎ ‎‏‏‎

Zoe Fletcher
“It’s great to be in the classroom one minute and then in overalls and boots the next; down on the farm having the current lecture demonstrated to us in a practical sense.”
Zoe Fletcher
BSc (Hons) Agriculture
Agri Tech Centre External

Agri-Tech Centre

Through our new £2million Agri-Tech Centre you’ll gain experience with the latest smart farming technologies and have opportunities to collaborate on real-world projects to improve productivity and profitability across the county.

Take a virtual tour of our agriculture facilities

Agriculture degrees

Two Female Students And Lecturer Checking Crop Health

Student life

Graze Internal Students Studying

Campus facilities