School Summary: Agriculture, Food & Rural Development
[All Graduates] [Undergraduates] [Postgraduates]

[<< 2010] 2010/11 Graduates

Summary Data & Trends
HESA categories
Key Destination Activity Total %
  Full-time paid work 42 46.7
  Part-time paid work 9 10.0
  Voluntary/unpaid work 2 2.2
  Work and study 5 5.6
  Further study 12 13.3
  Assumed to be unemployed 7 7.8
  Not available for employment 6 6.7
  Other 0 0.0
  Explicit refusal 7 7.8
90 100%

Additional Statistics
  • 72.4% of graduates employed were in 'Graduate' level occupations.
  • 25.9% of graduates in work were employed in the North East.
  • Average salary £19,647 (based on 34 graduates who supplied salary information).

Course Details
Courses DLHE Population DLHE Responses Response Rate
BSc Agriculture with Honours in Agronomy6466.7%
BSc Agriculture with Honours in Animal Production Science4250.0%
BSc Agriculture with Honours in Farm Business Management131076.9%
BSc Animal Science with Honours in Companion Animal Studies9777.8%
BSc Animal Science with Honours in Livestock Technology5480.0%
BSc Honours Agri-Business Management10660.0%
BSc Honours Countryside Management9666.7%
BSc Honours Environmental Science191684.2%
BSc Honours Food and Human Nutrition171588.2%
BSc Honours Rural Studies44100.0%
MSc Advanced Food Marketing (FT)2150.0%
MSc Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (FT)22100.0%
MSc Environmental Resource Assessment (FT)11100.0%
MSc Medicinal Plants and Functional Foods (FT)11100.0%
MSc Rural Social Science (Research) (FT)22100.0%
MSc Wildlife Conservation and Management (FT)77100.0%
MSc Wildlife Conservation and Management (PT)100.0%
PhD School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development (FT)11100.0%
PhD School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development (staff)11100.0%
School1149078.9%