Far Eastern State Agrarian University

General Information 

​​Far East State Agrarian University is a university located in the city of Blagoveshchensk in the country of Russian Federation (Russia). It’s a bright representative of Russian higher education, who managed to preserve and multiply the achievements of national and world engineering courses and technical education in Russia. University ranks among the first universities in Russia for the success of graduates.

A University is an institute of research and higher education. At a university, you can study for academic degrees in a lot of different study programs such as Architecture, Art and design, Biosciences, Business, Chemical engineering, Chemistry, Civil engineering, History, Economics, Finance and accounting, Language, Medicine, Law, Physics and much more.

University accepts local and international students. The medium of instruction of Russian and English. Students can apply for Bachelor’s courses, Masters’s courses, and Ph.D. degree programs. The university is an officially registered university with the Ministry of Higher Education in Russia. Due to numerous cooperation agreements with foreign universities and international organizations, students and members of academic staff can take part in exchange programs and internships abroad to get new theoretical knowledge and practical experience.

Study Programs 

University provides studying processes at the following faculties:

  • Faculty of Agro Technologies and Forestry
  • Faculty of Biotechnologies and Veterinary Medicine
  • Faculty of Nature Management and Construction
  • Faculty of Mechanics
  • Faculty of Food Technologies
  • Faculty of Energy
  • Faculty of Economics

Accommodation and Housing 

University provides high-quality accommodation for international students. The hostel is very close to the college campus. The students are provided with fully furnished rooms on a sharing basis. There are around 7 student hostels on the University campus. The hostels have kitchens, laundry rooms, rooms for study and training sessions, recreation rooms, a gym, etc. The complete hostel complex is equipped with internet access.

There are normally one to four people living in each room. Two- to three-person rooms are usually allocated to bachelor’s students (four-person accommodation is infrequent), and two-person rooms are shared between master’s students, and postgraduates are offered single occupancy rooms at some universities. International students can be accommodated with their Russian peers or at dormitories specially reserved for foreigners.