Farming Talk – November 28
This term at Harper Adams University has been about the future for our students, who have participated in a succession of scholarship, placement and careers events.
This year saw three of these sessions, with over 210 employers on campus to meet the next generation and to talk to them about their career aspirations.
At Harper Adams, we’re proud of our 97.2 per cent graduate employment rate – achieved thanks to our close links with industry.
“There is no university in the country that produces students better for us than Harper Adams,” said Ian Harrison, HR manager at Rail-Ability. “We find that Harper Adams students are a year ahead of anyone else we talk to about placements.”
Joshua Heath graduated in 2018 with a Food and Consumer Studies degree and is now an account manager at food processing company ADM, selling to brands such as Greggs and Warburtons.
We are excited to see where our current crop will make their mark in industry and the professions. Their enthusiasm and "can-do" approach is something special to behold. Harper Adams graduates are in high demand.
Anyone wanting to find out more about joining them on that journey can learn more at our next open event on December 16 – harper.ac.uk/open
Dr David Llewellyn is Vice Chancellor of Harper Adams University
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