The university is a specialist institution for the agricultural and rural sector. Harper Adams University was founded in 1901 after Thomas Harper Adams died in 1892 and left his estate for the purpose of teaching practical and theoretical agriculture. The campus is located near Newport in Shropshire.
Harper Adams currently welcomes international students from over 30 countries and has an international student support centre to provide support throughout the course.
Entry requirements to the University may vary depending on the course chosen, and you will also be required to demonstrate your English language proficiency if English is not your first language. The Secure English Language Test (SELT) is used for this.
The university offers courses in 10 subject areas and all of their undergraduate courses include a 12 month placement in the industry. Subject areas include:
- Animal Studies
- Business and Agri-food
- Countryside, Environment and Wildlife
- Food Studies
- Rural Estate, Property and Land Management
- Veterinary Nursing
- Veterinary Physiotherapy