Scottish Agricultural College sees rise in revenue

The Scottish Agricultural College has seen a rise in revenue of 4.9 per cent to £49.8m, according to its annual report.

But its principal and chief executive Bill McKelvey said the college had no funding to expand student numbers further as its capping point has been reached for this year."It's frustrating, when the world needs graduates with qualifications to tackle issues like food production and environmental protection," he said.


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