Harper Adams University

Harper Adams College was founded in 1901. Its first Principal was Headworth Foulkes (1901–1922). Thomas Harper Adams, a wealthy Shropshire gentleman farmer, died in 1892, bequeathing the estate which was the original foundation. 

 

London

Population

67 Million

Great Britain Pounds (i,e 1 GBP=100 INR Approx.)

Campuses

  • London

Languages Used

  • ENGLISH

Nearest Popular Cities

  • Middletown (1 hour 42 mins via car)
  • Jamestown (42 mins via car)
  • Kingston (49 mins via car)
  • Exeter (2 hours 1 min via car)
  • Bristol (36 mins via train)
Tuition Fees

Ranges between Min 8000 GBP to Max 25000 GBP

Living Expenses

Ranges between 300 GBP - 1300 GBP/Month(Depending on Student Lifestyle)

Part Time Work Limit

20 hrs/Week during Study Period,40hrs/week during Holidays

Part Time Wages

Ranges between 6 GBP - 10 GBP/Hour(INR 600 - INR 1000/Hour)

Benefits of studying at

  1. Focus on rural and agricultural studies: Harper Adams University has a strong focus on rural and agricultural studies, offering a range of courses in these areas. The university is the UK's leading specialist provider of higher education for the agri-food chain and rural sector, and its graduates are highly sought after by employers in these fields.

  2. Strong industry links: Harper Adams University has strong links with industry, providing students with opportunities to gain practical experience and build valuable connections. The university works closely with a range of companies, including leading global firms such as Nestle and JCB.

  3. Applied learning approach: Harper Adams University has an applied learning approach, with a focus on practical experience and hands-on learning. This approach allows students to develop their skills and knowledge in a real-world setting, preparing them for the world of work.

  4. Campus community: Harper Adams University has a close-knit and friendly campus community, with a range of student-led societies and clubs that cater to a variety of interests. The university also provides students with access to a range of support services, including academic support, careers guidance, and mental health support.

  5. Modern facilities: Harper Adams University has modern facilities, including state-of-the-art laboratories, workshops, and equipment, providing students with everything they need to excel in their chosen field.

  6. Location: Harper Adams University is located in the rural county of Shropshire, providing students with access to the beautiful countryside and a range of outdoor activities. The university is also close to major cities such as Birmingham and Manchester, providing students with opportunities to explore the wider region.

Permanent Residency

Students Have to stay for 5 Years on a Tier 2 Visa (Work Visa) to be eligible for PR

Students have to stay for 10 Years on a Tier 4 Visa (Study Visa) to be eligible for 

PR Students can also shift from Start-up Visa to an Innovator visa & stay for 3 Years to be eligible for PR

Post Study Work

UNITED KINGDOM

 1) Stay up to 24 months after course completion to find a job

 2) Students can also apply for a Tier 5 Temporary Worker GAE Visa & can stay up to 24 Additional Months

3) Students can also apply for Startup Visa & can stay up to 24 months

NETHERLANDS

If a student's Ne / Subject ranks in the top 200 world ranking (ie THE/QS/Shanghai Ranking) they are eligible to apply for a 1 year Job Search Visa in the Netherlands.

CANADA

Post Completion of the course in the UK, the student can try for Express Entry Visa 

AUSTRALIA

 Based on the student's previous work experience Student can apply for a Skilled Independent Visa

Note: Post Completion of the Course in the UK, students will have more opportunities to get a job in the UK, Middle East, India with a Very good Pay scale

London

Campuses

  • London

Great Britain Pounds (i,e 1 GBP=100 INR Approx.)

Population

67 Million

Languages Used

  • ENGLISH

Nearest Popular Cities

  • Middletown (1 hour 42 mins via car)
  • Jamestown (42 mins via car)
  • Kingston (49 mins via car)
  • Exeter (2 hours 1 min via car)
  • Bristol (36 mins via train)

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