Do you want hassle-free Masters information and advice?
Get funding news and application tips
Receive course updates in your subject
Weekly blog with advice and student stories
Hear about upcoming virtual events
Masters degrees in Rural Estate Management equip postgraduates with the necessary skills to manage large, countryside properties and associated businesses in heritage and agriculture. They offer training in areas such as farm diversification and woodland maintenance, as well as opportunities to work in tourism and leisure.
Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, such as Agriculture, Geography, or Environmental Studies.
Many of these courses prepare graduates for professional careers such as in chartered surveying, though various other tasks and roles are also explored. You will not only learn to manage the day-to-day upkeep of large residences, but will explore legal issues such as tax, compensation, and the letting of land.
Rural planning, property development, business and commercial management are also components of degrees in this area, meaning you will be well equipped to operate a diverse selection of estates and properties.
Other careers can include planning and environmental consultancy, leisure management, rural surveying and valuation, and positions in county councils and utility companies.
A Masters in Rural Management is also excellent preparation for a PhD.
Back to results
All Course Types
All Study Types
All Start Terms
Crop agriculture provides mankind’s increasing population with foods, fibres and fuel. This MSc will provide you with knowledge and practical skills focused on how crops are improved, grown and managed. Read more
Delivering global food security is one of the critical challenges of the 21st century. Each nation needs to balance local and national production with imports and consider the environmental and economic impact of their policies. Read more
Make a global difference with our Master's in Agriculture for Sustainable Development. integrating natural, social and economic sciences, you'll gain a firm grounding in research methods of sustainable agricultural systems, using case studies of real projects. Read more
Forest Science is a 2-year Second Cycle Degree equivalent to a Master of Science. The programme is completely taught in English and is conceived for Bachelor graduates with either forestry, agriculture, biological or environmental backgrounds. Read more
The Master’s degree provides advanced knowledge in the field of agricultural systems as well as skills to develop and manage sustainable production systems located in warm-temperate environments at a global level. Read more
This Masters will provide you with an understanding of the contemporary issues impacting on the tourism industry, and will explore the cultural, environmental and sustainability dimensions of rural and urban tourism. Read more
This is a highly-regarded course which equips graduates for a rewarding and challenging career in the management of land, property, and business in the countryside. Read more
The aims of the course are to provide students with specialised training in rural land and estate management. Specifically, the courses will prepare students for a career as in rural land and property management and offer professional and technical training to that end. Read more
Specifically the course will. ■ Provide knowledge in a wide range of applied ecological areas. ■ Underpin this with a sound understanding of the quantitative aspects of this field including statistical analysis, expert system design and population modelling. Read more
Society is increasingly sensitive to anthropogenic effects on the natural environment and the public perception is that we do not always weigh the benefits of activities against the associated environmental cost. Read more