Royal Agricultural University in CirencesterCirencester is a town in east Gloucestershire with a population of 19,000. It is about halfway along the 36-mile north-south stretch of road between Gloucester and Swindon. The nearest student city is Oxford, some 36 miles to the east.
Cirencester is the home of the Royal Agricultural University, which was founded in 1840 and is the oldest agricultural college. The university is divided into schools for Agriculture, Business, and Real Estate & Land Management. It had 1,190 students at last count and a course satisfaction rating of 1.8 / 5.0.