The British Institute of Agricultural Consultants have extended an invitation to students at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester and Harper Adams University who study a Rural Land Management or Real Estate under graduate or Masters course, to attend the online Rural Planning Conference for free.
William Leschallas MRICS FAAV FHEA PgCMR, Head of School of Real Estate and Land Management, Senior Lecturer at the Royal Agricultural University Cirencester said ‘We are keen for our students to engage with industry, to increase their wider knowledge base on subjects such as planning and legislation as well as enhance their future employability’. ‘We’ve seen an increase in students wanting to study a land management or real estate course at the University recently, and so interacting with industry membership organisations such as BIAC is vital to assist our student’s career prospects.
Dr Mark Simcock MRICS FAAV, Land and Property Management Courses Manager at Harper Adams University said “We are keen to encourage our students to underpin their learning at the University by engaging with the professional business community. This opportunity to attend the BIAC Rural Planning Conference offers a wonderful opportunity for them to contextualise what they hear and absorb from the classroom being applied in practice and also for them to gain an appreciation of the wide range of challenges that rural land manager currently face”
The Rural Planning Conference ‘ PLANNING REFORM GALORE! LEVELLING UP OR LEFT BEHIND FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE? will take place online on Thursday 7th October between 9.30am and 1pm. More information on the BIAC Rural Planning Conference, visit: www.biac.co.uk/conference or follow on social media: @BIAC_UK on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.
BIAC also offer a student membership and information on what this includes can be found here: https://www.biac.co.uk/become-a-member/
For more information on the Rural Land Management and Real Estate courses available at the RAU visit: https://www.rau.ac.uk/ug-rlm
For more information on the Rural Land Management and Real Estate courses available at HAU visit: https://www.harper-adams.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/36/rural-enterprise-and-land-management-realm