BSc Agriculture

This innovative degree programme aims to educate students in contemporary international agriculture who, upon graduation, will be able to apply their advanced and specialized skills to the management of agricultural enterprises and the quality enhancement of agricultural products. The aim is to produce high-quality graduates such as agricultural advisors; agronomists, nutritionists, and farm and enterprise managers with all-around abilities to meet the requirements of an increasingly diverse and technologically advanced agricultural industry in Uzbekistan and the rest of the world.

Course content

The BSc (Hons) Agriculture  produces graduates who understand the complexity of modern agriculture and land management and are capable of working within the sector in a variety of roles. Graduates will have been exposed to a range of agricultural practices and will be confident to assist with the practical application of production methods including agronomy, livestock and land management in modern global agriculture.

This is a multi-disciplinary degree programme combining the study of management with agricultural processes, giving you an understanding of the economic and business principles that underlie management and its application to agricultural and land-based industries.


All our programmes provide practical skills and training opportunities, a focus on innovation and guidance for personal growth and development, insights into global challenges and perspectives, and the development and integration of research-informed teaching. Module content is designed to address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, reflecting our shared commitment to the national and global challenges of sustainability, climate change and reduced carbon / net zero aims.

Year one

U1005 – Livestock Science
U1006 – Crop Production Science
U1007 – Soil and Environmental Science
U1052 – Crop Production
U1054 – Introduction to Food Production
New – English for Academic Purposes II (EAPII)
U1122 – Livestock Husbandry
U1415 – Global Business Environment

Year two

U2126 –  Animal Production
U2236 – Crop Production 2
U2314 – Farm Mechanisation
U2315 – Agricultural Commodity Trading and Marketing
U2343 – Land, Property and Woodland Management
New – Grassland and Forage Production
U2267 – Intro to Research Methods
U2222 – Economic Applications for Farm Enterprises

Year three

U3300 – Research Project / Dissertation
U3205 – Management information systems for farming businesses
U3013 – Sustainable management of soil
U3209 – Sustainable agricultural intensification
U3006 – Emerging Agri-food issues
U3020 – Advances in Crop Production
U3239 – Crop health and production
U3227 – Agri technology management

Careers and graduate destinations

Upon graduation, students are aware of the importance of the pillars of sustainability, animal welfare and soil management to the success of the agricultural industry and the complex interaction between elements within an enterprise, and how these can be utilised to produce sustainable performance that has a positive impact on the success of the parent business.

You could progress into a range of careers including:

Entry requirements

Students completing successfully the BSc (Hons) Agriculture (Foundation Year) can progress to the BSc Farm Business Management degree. Meanwhile, the following standard University entry requirements will be appropriate for those who didn’t complete the Foundation Year of the current programme:

1. IELTS Academic (UKVI version) min. overall 6.0 with no element below 5.5 or the equivalent of either:

Please note that University offers a Corinium Language Associates examination (developed on demand to test candidates of the International Agriculture University) for those who don’t have the above-mentioned certificates on a paid basis.

2. 104 UCAS Tariff points or the equivalent of either:


The tuition fee for the BSc Farm Business Management is 28 000 000 UZS per year (can be paid quarterly).

Tuition fees cover the cost of a student’s academic studies. This usually includes teaching costs, registration and examination fees (not repeat or trailing modules, re-sit fees or coursework resubmission). Any costs associated with work placements will be the student’s responsibility.


The International Agriculture University offers scholarships and grants for both local and international students. Grantees will have an opportunity to study postgraduate or undergraduate courses with 0 tuition fee, covered by the Ministry of Agriculture. Currently, local students of the International Agriculture University are able to apply for scholarships from the Ministry of Agriculture and more.

Jakhongir Alimov

Subject Area Leader

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BSc Agriculture