Stavropol State Agrarian University is a state institution of higher education in Stavropol, Northern Caucasus. The previous title of the University is Stavropol State Agricultural Academy. It was founded in 1930.
According to the license the University has a right to perform an education activity including 126 programs of HPE (specialist, bachelor, master’s degree program), where 18.500 students are studying.
University structure consists of 9 faculties, 51 chairs, 90 innovation labs and centers, techno-park “UniverAgro”, publishing complex “AGRUS”, 32 minor innovation ventures, horse physical culture school, vivarium, research library. The number of Stavropol State Agrarian University staff is 1405 men including 698 teachers. 92,1% of teaching staff has a science-degree, and the average age of staff is 39.
Faculties of Stavropol State Agrarian University:
5-floors building: 4 floors for students residence in the training period. Student Accommodation is provided in triple rooms of corridor type. On the ground floor of the hostel located the university departments. Also, on this floor there is a shower and a laundry room. On the first floor there is a training room for self-studing of students. Every resident has the opportunity to access the Internet from their room.
Stavropol is an ancient city located in the North Caucasus. 1777 is considered a year Stavropol was founded as a fortress on the southern boundaries of Russia under the decree of Empress Ekaterina II. «Stavropol» is a Russian rendition of a Greek name “Stavropoulos” meaning «City of the Cross». There is a legend that soldiers have found a huge cross made of stone when they were building the fortress in the future city location.
Today the city of Stavropol is a large administrative, industrial, agricultural, scientific and cultural center of the North Caucasus with a number of historical monuments, museums, libraries, sport facilities, concert halls, hotels, supermarkets, and restaurants of national kitchen. For the religiously inclined people, the city has some Orthodox churches, and a Mosque.
Stavropol is a students’ city. There are more than 30 higher educational institutions where more than 90 thousand students are trained.
With the abundance of trees and flowers in the streets, parks and squares, Stavropol is among the greenest cities in Russia today, and is called the “Gate of Caucasus”.
The Botanical Garden of Stavropol is a museum of living plants; it has spread over a territory of 18 hectares, 16 of them being natural woods. The whole year round visitors may come and enjoy the sights and the scent of exotic flowers in blossom. Favorable climatic conditions, adjacent cities-resorts: Pyatigorsk, Kislovodsk, Essentuki, Zheleznovodsk have become the leading Russian resorts accepting annually more than 650 000 Russian citizens as well as foreign ones. The location of the Caucasus Mineral Waters resort is so peculiar that it will take you only a day to travel to such a famous Caucasus highland as Preelbrusye, Dombaiand Arkhyz by coach. The cable cars will take you at 3000 and more meters above the sea level to see the shiny everlasting snows and glaciers of the highest European mountain Elbrus.
Stavropol is connected by air, railway and road to Moscow and other cities of Russia. There is an international airport in the city of Mineralnye Vody about 180 km away, 2 hours by bus.
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