With the opening of the agricultural and forestry faculty at the Perm University on July 1, 1918, for the first time in the Urals, higher agrarian education is born.
Intellectual resource in the university 40 doctors of sciences and more than 200 candidates of sciences work on the preparation of scientific and pedagogical staff in postgraduate study in 12 specialties.
There are 9 faculties in the structure of the university. In the student scientific society and circles, more than two thousand students are engaged annually. Gifted students are scholarship holders named after outstanding scientists of the university, the administration of Perm and the Perm region, the Government and the President of the Russian Federation.
Faculties of Perm State Agricultural Academy:
Faculty of Agricultural Technologies and Forestry
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science
Faculty of Land Management, Cadastre and Construction Technologies
Faculty of Soil Science, Agrochemistry, Ecology and Commodity Research
Faculty of Economics and Information Technologies
Academy provide all rooms with a safe and supportive place to call home in our residences: Firth House and New House. Rooms will be assigned a roommate in comfortable twin-bed study. There are also Common Rooms in each residence for relaxing and socializing. Common Rooms may be used during free time after all school obligations are met. Daily Internet access is provided to allow students to connect with family and friends back home. Each student will have a bed, desk, chair, lamp, bookshelf and cupboard with a dresser and drawers. Bathrooms are huge and comfortable, shared with other students.
Perm is a city in the east of the European part of Russia located near the Ural Mountains, the capital of Perm krai. It is a port on the Kama River, a large industrial, scientific, cultural, and logistic center of the Urals.
Perm stands on the banks of the Kama River, the largest left tributary of the Volga, to the south of the mouth of the Chusovaya River. It is the third most extensive city in Russia after Moscow and Sochi and the third after St. Petersburg and Moscow by the area it occupies. Perm stretches about 70 km along the Kama.
According to the Russian linguist and academician D.V.Bubrih’s version, the word “perm” derives from a Vepsian word “perama” meaning “far-away land”. Permian geological period (often simply “Perm”) is named in honor of the Perm province. In 1841, the British geologist Roderick Murchison allocated this geological period when he was on an expedition in the Kungur district of the Perm province.
Perm climate is temperate continental. The average temperature in January is minus 12.8 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 18.6 degrees Celsius.
The city has a flag and coat of arms approved by the decree of Empress Catherine II on July 17, 1783. City Day is celebrated on June 12 and is timed to the Day of the Declaration of State Sovereignty of the Russian Federation.
Perm is a large scientific center, where a number of institutions of the Ural branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences are located as well as dozens of other research institutions and universities.
This city is the main economic center of the region and one of the largest economic centers of Russia. The local economy is based on heavy industry. The leading industries are: electric power, oil and gas processing, mechanical engineering, chemical and petrochemical, wood processing, polygraphic, and food industries.
Perm is the first city in the Urals in terms of output, leaving behind such large cities as Ekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, and Ufa.
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