What makes IAU a special
and great place to study?

The International Agriculture University was established in 2022 by decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, in partnership with the Royal Agricultural University, a renowned British academic institution, operating under the patronage of the King Charles III. Graduates of the International Agriculture University will attain not only exceptional knowledge and skills in Tashkent, but also a diploma from the prestigious British university.

The International Agriculture University (IAU) will provide educational programs in Agriculture, Business Management, Agrologistics, Agroeconomics, Food Safety Management, Crop Production Management, Livestock Production Management and Farm Business Management. The registration process for new Academic year has already begun, with the option to enroll for a Bachelor’s Degree or a Foundation year that supplements the knowledge required by foreign universities, including enhancing proficiency in the English language. Notably, classes will be conducted in English, with the majority of lecturers being foreign experts. In academic year 2023/2024, there are ten foreign teachers from such countries, as the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Poland, Mexico and India. The university will also organize internships for students in distinguished foreign centers, such as institutes and agri-food business companies in Europe.

Prospective students can receive guidance and advice from the admissions committee in Tashkent and university representatives who travel to different cities across Uzbekistan. Young people frequently inquire about the rationale for choosing IAU. One persuasive argument is the prospect of obtaining a prestigious diploma, opening doors to professions that are in demand in the 21st century, such as a Manager in Agri-food Industry, Logistics Operator, Export & Import Expert, and Agri-food Engineer. The university acknowledges the career aspirations of women, whose intellectual potential can be channeled into business planning and controlling, scientific research, and international cooperation. Numerous potential employers, including clusters, trade companies, and regional centers, have been invited to collaborate

Previous academic year, the University offered a unique opportunity to apply for scholarships for studies provided by the Ministry of Agriculture. University received more than 800 applications, and out of that 168 students were chosen as a first year grantees. IAU offers more than 200 grants for applicants for the next intake.

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