Studying Agriculture is a growing choice for many who are eager to become the next generation of skilled technical staff and managers. Agriculture and Agriculture Engineering equips students with a whole range of skills including knowledge about modern farming techniques, how technology is shaping work on the land, machinery repairs, crop science and growth and livestock production.

Potential Career Paths

    • Farm Manager
    • Tractor Driver
    • Stockperson (pigs; sheep; dairy; beef; poultry)
    • Herdsperson (dairy)
    • Contracting
    • Nutritional (feed representative)
    • Machinery Representative (sales)
    • Agronomist (Arable or Grass & Forage)
    • Livestock Technician (vets)
    • Grain Trader
    • Farm Administrator
    • Advisory services
    • Crop Technician
    • Demonstrator

    • Design Engineer
    • Parts Technician
    • Service Engineer
    • Sales Manager
    • Demonstrator
    • Agricultural Engineer
    • Farm Fitter
    • Welding and Fabrication
    • Parts Manager
    • Heavy Vehicle Mechanic
    • Groundcare Technician


Previous students

We love seeing what our students go on to achieve and they provide perfect examples of what you can progress onto after studying Agriculture and Agricultural Engineering.