Why study in Cirencester?
Cirencester is a market town in Gloucestershire, England, and is often referred to as the ‘Capital of the Cotswolds’; and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, famous for its golden stone buildings and rolling hills. The town has a long and rich history, and was an important early Roman settlement.
Cirencester is home to the Royal Agricultural University, and students living in the town can enjoy regular markets, a range of shops, and plenty of pubs, restaurants and cafes. There are also a number of sporting facilities, including a leisure center and an outdoor swimming pool. Students looking for the excitement of a big city are just an hour from Bristol, and just over two hours from London by car.
Universities in Cirencester
How Studee can help you
Universities & programs
Find the right program for you and your career aspirations
Be guided through your application process
Visa & embassy guidance
Maximise your chances of being granted a visa
Enrollment & travel advice
Get support all the way to your first day at university