Bryansk State Agricultural Academy
Bryansk State Agricultural Academy was established in 1980 and was formerly known as the main agricultural educational establishment in the city. The university is known for its educational, scientific, historical, and cultural traditions. It provides quality studying processes in the fields of agriculture, general sciences, and natural sciences.
Bryansk State Agriculture University entered into an association of classical universities in Russia, head of the Moscow State University named after Lomonosov. The University emphasizes the innovative orientation of the structure and content of graduate training, access to education for every single person, and the establishment of a mobile competitive educational environment for the right to choose the education route.
The university maintains strong ties with Russian universities and foreign scientific schools. These include the Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, and the Moscow branch of the Institute of Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg Institute of Euler, Yale University of Massachusetts (USA), Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, several research centers in Poland, Sweden, and Norway.
Highly qualified members of the academic staff carry out the educational process at BSAU and provide students with permanent support and assistance during studying and research activities. In 22 study departments, there are over 190 prominent teachers, 33 of them Doctors in Science, professors, and 122 Candidates for Science, assistant professors.
Bryansk State Agricultural Academy provides studying processes at the following institutes:
- Institute of Economics and Agribusiness
- Institute of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnology
- Institute of Engineering
- Institute of Energy and Natural Resources
- Institute of Additional Vocational Education
- Faculty of Secondary Vocational Education
Accommodation and Housing
University has a very good hostel system with fully furnished rooms, a quiet study environment, and is surrounded by a recreation center. The territory of the University and educational buildings are protected and patrolled by officers of guard service. All rooms in hostels are provided with internet facilities. All hostel rooms are furnished and vary in size and number of conveniences. Dormitory rooms at a hostel can accommodate 2 or 3 students to a room.
All rooms are equipped with a bed, mattress, pillow, blanket, desk, chair, central heating, water system, and suitable lighting for both study and relaxation. There are common areas where students can play and mingle. Upon the student’s arrival on campus, specific accommodations are assigned and after a satisfactory health report, the student will be accommodated in the room which is allotted to him.