Buryat State Agricultural Academy named after V.P Philipov

Buryat State Agricultural Academy named after V.P Philipov is a federal state budgetary educational institution of higher education, one of the leading educational and scientific centers of Siberia and the Far East of Russia.

The Academy was founded on August 13, 1931 as the Agropedagogical Institute in the Buryat-Mongolian Republic

The structure of the Buryat State Agricultural Academy includes: 6 faculties, 3 institutes, agrotechnical college, subdivisions of educational, research and production, research and production and economic activities. Also, subdivisions and objects of social sphere: establishments of cultural-educational, sports-improving and medical-preventive purpose.

Buryat State Agricultural Academy named after V.P Philipov is a federal state budgetary educational institution of higher education, one of the leading educational and scientific centers of Siberia and the Far East of Russia.

The Academy was founded on August 13, 1931 as the Agropedagogical Institute in the Buryat-Mongolian Republic

The structure of the Buryat State Agricultural Academy includes: 6 faculties, 3 institutes, agrotechnical college, subdivisions of educational, research and production, research and production and economic activities. Also, subdivisions and objects of social sphere: establishments of cultural-educational, sports-improving and medical-preventive purpose.

Faculties of Buryat State Agricultural Academy named after V.P Philipov:

  • Agribusiness and Intercultural Communications Faculty,
  • Agronomic Faculty,
  • Veterinary Faculty,
  • Engineering Faculty,
  • Technological Faculty.

There are two institutes – the Institute of Further Education and the Institute of Land Management, Cadastres and Land Reclamation. There is also an Agrotechnical college, units of educational-scientific-industrial, scientific-research and industrial-economic facilities. There are also facilities for cultural, educational, recreational and therapeutic uses. The academy also has a campus in Aginskoye. Other structural units are the Center of Landscape Gardening and Design, the Veterinary Clinic, the Center of Career Guidance, the Testing Laboratory Center, the Logistics Center, the Educational and Scientific Center of Innovations and the Laboratory of Solar, Hydro and Wind energy.

Student Accommodation

Dorms consist of eight rooms per floor, with 2-3 people per room. Each floor also has one kitchen and two toilets, and the basement has a shower. Students cannot select their own rooms. We encourage students to apply early, as the number of rooms are limited. Some students may not be comfortable with dorm rules, as they are often considered strict.

All Dormitories have the following facilities:

  • Kitchen
  • Laundry room
  • Medical aid cabinet
  • Gym
  • Reading room
  • Free Internet connection

Ulan-Ude City

Ulan-Ude is a city in Russia, the capital of Buryatia Republic located in Eastern Siberia. The city stands on the Uda River, about 100 km from Lake Baikal and 5,615 km east of Moscow.

 

Ulan-Ude features

The coat of arms of Ulan-Ude has a cornucopia and caduceus (Mercury Wand) which symbolize the importance of trade in the history of the city.

National composition of population of the city according to the National Population Census 2010: Russians (62%), Buryats (32%), other nationalities (6%).

The climate is sharply continental, arid. The average temperature in January is minus 23.3 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 19.8 degrees Celsius. The city is characterized by a high level of solar radiation, the annual number of hours of sunshine is very high (over 2,400 hours).

City Day is celebrated on the first Sunday in September. The following traditional holidays are also celebrated:

  • Sagaalgan – White Moon Festival (New Year on east calendar), the end of January – beginning of February,
  • Surkharban – Buryat sports folk festival, the first Sunday of July at the Hippodrome in Ulan-Ude,
  • Night of Ekhor – Buryat folk dance, July.

Ulan-Ude is an important railway hub due to its location on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Also the city is the starting station of the Trans-Mongolian Railway passing through Mongolia to Beijing, the capital of China. The federal highway R258 “Baikal” (M55) running through the city connects Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude and Chita. This is the only way to travel in the direction of Vladivostok. Public transport includes trams, buses, taxis.

Baikal International Airport, also known as Mukhino airport, is located 15 km west of the center of Ulan-Ude. The airport provides regular flights to Blagoveshchensk, Vladivostok, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Magadan, Moscow, Novosibirsk, Khabarovsk, Yakutsk, Beijing (China), Seoul (South Korea).

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