Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy
Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy is a public university located in Izhevsk, Russia. It was founded in 1931. For the years of the university’s research activity and study activity, more than 50,000 highly qualified specialists have been trained in the field of agriculture. The Academy is rightfully proud of its graduates, who head the advanced agricultural enterprises of the republic. Among graduates of the university are deputies of the State Council and members of the government of the Udmurt Republic.
University facilities include seven well-equipped academic buildings, renovated student hostels, a large technical science library, a computing center, a publishing house, student clubs, a theater (the Kaleidoscope Student Theatre), a preventive clinic, as well as a skiing lodge, a private swimming pool, and a university sports club and university rest camp.
University also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including options of studying abroad, taking part in exchange programs, visiting online courses and distance learning opportunities, as well as administrative services. University offers 4 bachelor programs in English medium, as well as a preparatory course for those wishing to proceed with Russian-taught programs.
University provides studying processes at the following faculties:
- Faculty of Agronomic
- Faculty of Zooengineering
- Faculty of Power Engineering and Electrification
- Faculty of Agro Engineering
- Faculty of Economics
- Faculty of Forestry
- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
- Faculty of Correspondence courses
- Faculty of Preparatory Courses
- Faculty of Retraining
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.