BSc (Hons) Agro-Logistics

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

BSc Agro-Logistics focuses on organisations of all kinds from multinational corporations to social enterprises and charities. This holistic approach ensures that students develop the skills to respond to the evolving needs of all businesses, irrespective of sector. Students on this pathway will develop logistics and operations management expertise from our team of internationally renowned researchers. They will introduce students to the practices of purchasing and supply, logistics and distribution and advanced operations management. With their support, students will build a skill set to respond to current developments and challenges in business and society, while preparing to launch a successful career in the logistics industry or pursue further postgraduate study and research.


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

U1021 – People and Organisations
U1015 – Business Finance
U1019 – Global Business Environment
U1018 – Principles of Marketing
U1020 – Principles of Economics
U1001 – English for Academic Purposes II 
U1022 – Business Informatics
U1013 – Intro to the Agri-Food Industry   

Year two

U2032 – Logistics Information Technology
U2017 – Practical E- Business and E-Commerce
U2011 – Introduction to Research Skills
U2004 – Personal and Professional Development Skills and Employability
U2018 – Operations Management
U2019 – Agricultural Products Logistics
U2020 – Supply Chain Management 
U2021 – Logistics Systems Planning and Design

Year three

U3004 – Dissertation
U3016 – International Business Issues
U3017 – Smart Food Systems
U3018 – International Logistics Practice 
U3019 – International Marketing
U3020 – Strategic Management
U3021 – Corporate Finance

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.

Abdulla Primov

Subject Area Leader

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BSc (Hons) Businesses Management (Agrologistics)