Inner Mongolia Agricultural University

Why Study at Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, China

Inner Mongolia Agricultural University is the oldest undergraduate institutions of higher learning, the Inner Mongolia autonomous region is one of the national college students’ cultural quality education base in colleges and universities, is a farming, grassland animal husbandry as the advantage and characteristic, with the agriculture, industry, science, economics, tube, wen, teaching, law, art, etc nine disciplines multiversity, for training higher vocational college, bachelor, master and doctor of the whole higher education system.
1. History 
Inner Mongolia Agricultural University was established in 1952, with the first president appointed by Chairman Mao Zedong.
2. Discipline and programs 
Over the past 63 years, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has initiated a multi-level management system. Its primary objective is focused on undergraduate studies. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has been paying profound attention to postgraduate, higher vocational and adult educational programs. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University is a multi-discipline university with eight fields of study. They are Agronomy, Science, Engineering, Economics, Management, Social Sciences and Education. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has succeeded in cultivating more than 70,000 skilled talents in diverse fields of study. 
There is one state-level key discipline, one key discipline of the Ministry of Agriculture, three key disciplines of the State Forestry Administration and 22 regional key disciplines. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has six first-level and 33 second-level disciplines, which are authorized to grant doctorate degrees. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has established three moving scientific research stations for post-doctorate research. It has 72 second-level disciplines that confer master degrees. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University offers 58 undergraduate programs, 13 of which are taught in Mongolian and Chinese. 
3. Academic facilities and scientific research 
Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has 22 colleges including the College of Animal Science and Medicine, a Department for Physical Education and an Advanced Educational Research Center, two ministry-level key laboratories, one key laboratory of the State Bureau of Forestry, seven regional key laboratories, one state-level open field observation station, three regional engineering technology research centers, and one engineering research center supported by the Ministry of Education.
4. Great achievements 
Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has acquired scientific research achievements in 265 programs and provincial “Technological Advancement” awards in 18 programs, seven of which are first-class awards. All these have provided extensive technological support and service for the economic construction, ecology and natural forest protection, reforesting the cultivated land, prohibiting herding and encouraging yard-feeding among other developments in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The government of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region once awarded “Excellent collectivity that had made great contribution in developing our region through technological education” to Inner Mongolia Agricultural University. 
5. Communication and international cooperation 
Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has established broad academic ties with some 20 universities in USA, Canada, UK, France, Australia, Japan, Russia and the Republic of Mongolia among other nations. Inner Mongolia Agricultural University has collaborative programs with foreign educational institutions. Outstanding achievements have been made in teaching, scientific research, cultural exchange and joint programs.
Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, continues to strengthen communication with Canada, the United States, Britain, Ireland, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Mongolia and other countries in a dozen more than 50 universities and research institutions established inter-school cooperation and academic exchange relations. At present, there are from Mongolia, Russia, Canada, Poland, Cambodia and other countries about 297 foreign students study in school. 
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