In accordance with the Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated June 23, 2021 No PP-5157 "On the parameters of the state order of admission to higher education institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the 2021/2022 academic year" A total of 2,708 admission quotas to the Agrarian University for the 2021/2022 academic year, including 693 state grants (25.6%), payment-contracts 2015 (74.4%).
There are 1681 admission plans for 33 undergraduate full-time programs:
466 (27.7%) are state grants
1215 (72.3%) payment contracts
There are 252 admission plans for 37 master's programs:
227 (90.0%) grants,
25 (10.0%) payment contracts
There are 775 admission plans for 24 undergraduate distance learning programs:
775 (100%) payment contracts
Most importantly, in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated August 19, 2019 No PQ-4421, for applicants who scored less than the admission threshold for admission to the University and its branches, the increased payment-contract amount was doubled (ie 50%) It is planned to make a proposal to the state commission on reduction.
In addition to learning new foreign experiences in their field for students studying a foreign language, their feedback on students at the university is even more positive. A memorandum of bilateral cooperation on the development of agricultural sciences and education was signed in the afternoon. The online event was led by Rector of the Great Vytautas Yuozas Auguti, Chancellor of the Academy of Agriculture of the University of the Great Vytautas, Mrs. Astrida Mitseikien, Rector of the Tashkent State Agrarian University Botirjon Suleymanov and Vice-Rector for International Cooperation Abduaziz Abduvasikov. young scientists also attended. For information: Great Vytautas is well-known not only in Lithuania, but also globally recognized as a modern university that meets modern quality standards. The university is ranked 350th in the QS World University Rankings and is included in the list of 800 best universities. The memorandum of cooperation was signed for a period of five years to strengthen and develop bilateral cooperation in the fields of "Agronomy", "Forestry", "Bioeconomics" and "Agribusiness". The parties agreed to cooperate in the field of education and research - the implementation of dual degree programs and joint educational programs, joint scientific consulting, international grants and competitions. participation, internships for students and faculty. Bilateral cooperation also promotes the development of inter-university cooperation in joint research.