In a new partnership formed by Bell Cambridge, a new Foundation Programme in partnership with the Royal Agricultural University (RAU), where Bell students will be able to transfer courses to RAU, in Cirencester, UK.
The Foundation Programme, scheduled to start in September 2022, is designed to guarantee seats at the undergraduate and graduate levels, in the choice of their subject, at the university to those students who successfully complete the course.
According to official statements, the objective of the Foundation Programme is to mix innovative theories of sustainable methods for international agriculture with practical experiments and visits that will allow the development of the necessary skills and knowledge, while also opening doors to related career fields.
In his statement on the new partnership, Neil Ravenscroft, RAUs Deputy Vice-Chancellor, highlighted food supply and agriculture as the two crucial challenges in the world. Speaking on the partnership, he expressed his delight in the availability of opportunities that will lead more and more students will receive, to address the challenges regarding food supply and agriculture.
Bell Cambridges Principle, Frank Pinner, added that the partnership will allow students to choose from 30 different undergraduate degrees under different disciplines such as agriculture business management, entrepreneurship, equine science and land management.
Both RAU and Bell are specialists in their respective fields, with RAU specialising in agriculture-based education, innovation and research, with global connections and expertise. Meanwhile, Bell boasts 100% success rates, in 2018-19 of its students who have completed other Foundation Programmes Bell has introduced with 30 other universities in the UK.
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Source: The PIE News