Is BCA Agriculture a good course?


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It can be a challenge when you are trying to find a course that's right for you. With university fees rising in England, you should ask yourself what you want to learn before applying to the Berkshire College of Agriculture. According to the official website, found at, there is no precise course in agriculture, although there are related degrees such as:

  • Horticulture
  • Animal management
  • Countryside
  • Equestrian
  • Floristry
  • Public services
To find out more, one of the best steps to take is to read the prospectus for the college. There are detailed descriptions of all the full time, part time and HE courses available in the PDF, which is available here:

If the opportunities available here sound right up your street, the next stage would be to attend an open day where you can tour the facilities and the student accommodation available. Sometimes, the content of a course just isn't enough to help you when making up your mind; visiting an educational institute and seeing if you can imagine yourself there is also important.

Finally, the opinion of current students and alumni should matter. Not only will you be given the opportunity to talk to some BCA students when you visit, but there will be reviews available on impartial education websites. One review can be found here:

As you will learn by visiting the above link, a former student was delighted with the balance between practical and theory on the course they pursued. If this wasn't enough, they felt that there was a good social element to the college, with efficient and welcoming staff and excellent events such as freshers' week and the all-important summer ball which concludes every academic year.

Good luck in your future studies, and remember, doing your research is essential to establishing the best prospects for the years to come!

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