Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy

Established in 1931, Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy is the only higher educational institution in the Udmurt Republic, which produces agricultural specialists.

For the years of the university’s existence, more than 50,000 highly qualified specialists have been trained, most of whom work in agriculture. Largely due to their selfless labor, the Udmurt Republic is among the best regions for agricultural production in the Russian Federation.

The Academy is rightfully proud of its graduates, who head the advanced agricultural enterprises of the republic. Among graduates of the university there are deputies of the State Council and members of the government of the Udmurt Republic.

Education in the Academy is conducted on 38 educational programs that comply with federal standards.

Faculties of Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy:

  • Economics
  • Agronomy
  • Zoology
  • Agrotechnical
  • Electricity
  • Forestry
  • Veterinary


Student Accommodation

Part-time students are also given the opportunity to live in university dormitories during the session. The cost of a bed is low. The rooms are clean and cozy.


The academy dormitories are recognized as the best in the national competition among dormitories of secondary special and higher education institutions of the Udmurt Republic.


Izhevsk City

Izhevsk is a major administrative, industrial, commercial, scientific, educational, and cultural center of the Urals and the Volga region, Russia. It is the capital of Udmurtia Republic, standing on the Izh River, about 1,200 km from Moscow.


Izhevsk features

Izhevsk, along with Tula, is known as the capital of Russian weapons. Russia’s first motorcycle was assembled here in 1929.

Izhevsk pond, the main body of water created in the second half of the 18th century, has an area of 2200 hectares.

The climate is moderate continental, with short warm summers and long cold winters. The average temperature in January is minus 12.4 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 19 degrees Celsius.

Today, people of more than 100 nationalities live in the capital of Udmurtia. As a result of the 2010 census, more than two-thirds of locals are Russians (68.8%), Udmurts – about 14.8%, Tatars – 8.9%, Ukrainians, Belorussians, Mari, Bashkirs, Chuvash, Armenians and other nationalities – 7.5%.

Izhevsk is a developed industrial center of Udmurtia and the Urals. The city is known in the country and the world for production of quality steels, advanced engineering, in particular: the production of arms and military equipment, small arms and hunting rifles, vehicles, instrumentation, food processing industry.

Izhevsk has an airport located near the village of Zavyalovo. Izhevsk Airport is the only airport in Udmurtia offering regular flights to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Samara, Kirov, Nizhny Novgorod, Ufa.

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