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Agricultural University of Athens

The Agricultural University of Athens is the third oldest university in Greece. Since 1920, it has made contributions to Greek agricultural and economic development, by conducting basic and applied research in Agricultural Science and Technology. The university is situated in the neighborhood of Votanikos, on a 25-hectare green campus that straddles both sides of the historic Iera Odos the Sacred Way of antiquity, close to the Acropolis, at the heart of the ancient Olive Grove.


Agricultural University of Berlin

The Agricultural University of Berlin was an agricultural university in Berlin, Germany. Established in 1881, it was closed in 1934, and incorporated as a faculty into the Humboldt University of Berlin.


Agricultural University of Plovdiv

The Agricultural University of Plovdiv was founded in 1945 in the city of Plovdiv, Bulgaria. It has strengthened its positions as a national centre of agricultural science and education in Bulgaria. In 2006 the National Evaluation and Accreditation Agency awarded the Agricultural University – Plovdiv with an institutional accreditation and the highest grade of" Very Good”. The Institution provides training for three academic degrees – Bachelor, Master and PhD. Foreign applicants who have completed the Preparatory training in Bulgarian language may study in Plovdiv. The University has the faculties: Faculty of Crop Protection and Agroecology Faculty of Agriculture Faculty of Horticulture and Wine Faculty of Economics As well as the departments for language training, physical education and sportsTechnology The University is a member of the Balkan Universities Network, which includes select universities in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, Macedonia, Moldova, and Montenegro.


Akperan Orshi College of Agriculture

Akperan Orshi College of Agriculture, Yandev is a tertiary educational institution in Yandev near Gboko, Benue State, Nigeria. The college dates back to 1926 when the British government established a farm training center at Yandev, then in Tiv province of the Northern Region. In 1973 the Benue State government upgraded the center to a school of Agriculture in 1973, with an initial enrollment of 23 students. In 1983 the Department of Agriculture of the Murtala College of Arts, Science and Technology, Makurdi was merged with the school. In April 1991 school was renamed the Akperan Orshi College of Agriculture, Yandev after Dr. James Akperan Orshi, the late monarch of Tiv. The college now has over 2.000 students on a campus that covers 231 hectares.


Cedara College of Agriculture

Cedara College of Agriculture is an agricultural college and research station near Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, founded partly by Thomas Robertson Sim. The foundation stone of the "School of Agriculture and Forestry" was laid on 28 April 1905. The original prospectus advertised lectures in Forestry, Horticulture, Dairying, Veterinary Science, Chemistry, Elementary Mathematics, Bookkeeping, Farm Surveying, Zoology, and Fish Husbandry. Currently 2019, Cedara College Agricultural Training Institute offers a three-year National Diploma in Agricultural Management where students are able to specialize in either Animal Production or Crop Production. It provides vocational training in cultivated pastures, dairying, beef, small stock, poultry, pigs and fodder crops, agronomy, game, vegetables, and fruit production. In a joint venture, the College also hosts the BAgric Agricultural Extension & Rural Resource Management programme offered by UKZN. A 60-ha area commonly known as "College Farm" has been set aside primarily for training students in animal husbandry and general farming practices. A beef herd and a sheep flock are kept specifically to train students in aspects of basic veterinary techniques, beef management practices and sheep management practices. A small pig unit and small dairy are also kept for student training purposes. A broiler and layer unit meet the demands of poultry production practicals. A fully equipped laboratory is used for crop- and animal-related teaching and learning.


Central Bicol State University of Agriculture

Central Bicol State University of Agriculture is a state university in Camarines Sur. Its main campus is located in the capital town of Pili and other campuses can also be found in the towns of Pasacao, Sipocot, and Calabanga, all in the province of Camarines Sur. Dr. Alberto N. Naperi is the current University President. The CBSUA is now SUC level IV and ISO 9001:2015 accredited, and celebrate its centennial year in 2018.

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