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Tashkent State Agar University cooperates within the framework of FAO, ERASMUS, GIZ, KOICA, JICA, USAID and other foreign organizations and programs. In particular, in 2018, the B-UzNET project, the Credit Mobility Project, and one project for the development of the University's teaching staff. In total, the cost of the project is 208891.5 euros.

In addition, by 2018, the World Bank allocated 80,000 euros for the installation of 2 water pumps and 1 irrigation pump with an innovative solar panel battery in the experimental-experimental farm of the University. At the same time, the FAO has a mini-hot room for the cultivation of kiwi seedlings in the experimental-experimental farm of the University, USD 8,000, a Dutch-made water box for growing seedlings of 5,000 USD and 4 Brazilian drinks, US $ 60 thousand, modern equipment for plant protection - $ 10 thousand.

FAO has contributed US $ 390,000 to the project "Strengthening of Drought Provision in Water Supply Conditions", which started its activities at the University.In recent years, the university has set up partnerships with foreign higher education institutions and research institutes. This is an example of the treaties and memorandums of cooperation with universities in the US, China, Germany, Russia, Belarus, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, South Korea, Japan and many other countries.
There are 46 cooperation agreements and memorandums in Tashkent State Agrarian University until September 2018, of which 6 were renewed in 2018 and 12 were re-signed, including 6 road mapProfessors and teachers of the University, researchers and students are involved in exchanging experiences and improving their skills in research.
In particular, in the 2018-2019 academic year 124 employees of the University were on a business trip abroad, of which 104 participated in training courses and internships in the People's Republic of China and were subjected to various certificates.
At the same time, university students are actively involved in many international projects and programs. In particular, by June 1, 2018, 2 masters of the university visited the Romanian State Agrarian University for 6 months on the ERASMUS exchange program. Four bachelor students were sent to study at the 6 month (2017-2018 academic year) based on a Memorandum with South Korea's Kongju University.
Under the partnership agreement with Germany's Agroimpuls Bayern, Praks, and others, in the 2018-2019 academic years, 46 university students were sent to German farms for a five-month internship.In the 2017-2018 academic years, 21 foreign professors visited the university and lectured on various topics. At present, 14 foreign nationals are studying at the university.At the university, four foreign lecturers regularly deliver lectures to the students. Pakistani PhD Dr. Dilbar Hussein visits university to improve herbal biological protection for up to 6 months.This year, the University has launched the International Master's Program "Agrarian Management" with the German University of Vaynshtefan-Triyezdorf and 15 masters have been admitted to a joint program for the award of two diplomas. After two years of successful completion of their studies, masters receive a diploma from the Tashkent State Agrarian University and the University of Vaynshtefan-Triyezdorf. At the same time, the University has introduced a joint program of studying of 9 double diplomas with Poland's Higher Business University, Russia's Saratov, Volgograd State Agrarian University, and Astrakhan State Technical University, with about 150 students enrolled.
In addition, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Sharif Agricultural University, Dilbar Hussein and Altaf Hussein, have been trained for 6 months at the University on methods of plant protection, including biological protection of cotton.In 2018 it is planned to invest US $ 100,000 into FAO experimental-experimental plant.
In 2018, the International Baccalaureate Department of the German IAMO (Leibnitz Agricultural Development) Institute opened at the University. The project was funded by the Folksvagen Foundation for 150,000 euros.