This programme has been created to enable students to enter the industry with the best possible qualifications and experience. You will gain both the technical and business knowledge, as well as the practical skills that are required for a career in agriculture. The course is underpinned by the principles of business management, sustainability and applied research.
- Crop and livestock production
- Livestock science
- Financial recording
- Record keeping for agricultural businesses and office management
- Business principles.
Apply for the full-time programme through UCAS, using code T4M3, and application to the part-time programme is through our online application form.
Two years full-time or three years part-time.
There is an opportunity to progress to the ‘top up’ BSc Agricultural Resource Management at the College following successful completion of this Foundation Degree.
Careers in farm business administration, farm and estate management and estate management are all potential areas a student gaining this qualification could pursue.
Please use the following links to learn more about our policies and procedures.
- Academic Regulations: This programme follow the regulations of The Royal Agricultural University.
- Student Disciplinary Policy
Please visit our Document Downloads page to access the College's other policies, i.e. our Mental Health Policy.
Applicants should have 48 UCAS points at A-Level, a Level 3 Extended Diploma or equivalent or an Access to Higher Education Diploma.
Life experience of mature students will be taken into account when considering applications. The successful completion of an entry task may be required when considering applications without the required formal entry qualifications.
BSc (Hons) Agricultural Resource Management (Top Up)
Mature student Jonathan returned to College to pursue his passion for working in the farming industry.
During his time at Bishop Burton he enjoyed national acclaim in the Farm Planner of the Year competition, where he secured second place after competing against teams from some of the biggest colleges and universities in the country.
He said: “I first studied horticulture at the College around 20 years ago and had a successful career in that area. I then decided to have a career change, having always wanted to study agriculture.
“It has been really interesting and I have learned a lot. It has been a really good group to be a part of.
“I’m now looking at doing a master’s degree and would eventually like to work in agronomy.”