As a working farm and a wildlife haven, our Brackenhurst countryside estate is fully equipped with outstanding facilities – from our brand new Lyth building at the heart of campus to our dedicated veterinary nursing centre, animal unit, food laboratory and more. These tools allow us to work on some of the most dynamic and innovative work in the field of animal, rural and environmental sciences.
Brackenhurst Campus is an amazing community – from our students to our staff, to the animals themselves. It’s a truly special slice of the natural world with a thriving learning community all just a short bus ride away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Discover Brackenhurst Campus
Whichever course you’re on, from Geography to Wildlife Conservation, our stunning estate provides the perfect outdoor learning environment.
Find our vertical farming showcases at our Brackenhurst Campus, thought to be the first of their kind in the UK. This ground-breaking research explores how to feed our growing population without further harming our fragile planet.
Maps and directions
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Catering, Equipment and Facilities at Brackenhurst Campus
From award-winning facilities to delicious meals, explore everything that our Brackenhurst Campus has to offer including the Animal Unit, Equestrian Centre and the Brackenhurst Library.
Stunning architecture. Peaceful spaces. State-of-the-art facilities, with cutting-edge technology.
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Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences
Our business is nature: specifically, the environment, animal health and welfare, ecology and conservation, and agriculture and food production. It’s our goal to have a positive impact on the planet by improving the wellbeing of environments, animals, plants, and people.
NTU is one of the most sustainable universities in the world. Our Embracing Sustainability and Net Zero Carbon strategy enable a culture of sustainable development across the NTU community.