The education structure

a. Undergraduate STUDIES
1. Faculty of Agronomy
2. Faculty of Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development
3. Faculty of Horticulture
4. Faculty of Biotechnology
5. Faculty of Animal Husbandry
6. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
7. Faculty of Land Reclamation and
Environmental Engineering

B. SHORT TIME UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES for all faculties and specialties

C. Postgraduate STUDIES
1. Postgraduate University School of Veterinary Medicine
2. M.Sc. courses, all faculties and specialties
3. Short-time postgraduate courses, all faculties and each specialty

D. Ph.D. STUDIES full time program or part time program

Center for Distance Open Higher Education - CERA Foundation

1. Undergraduate studies, specialties:
- Management of Rural Development and Economic Engineering in Agriculture; - Agriculture;
- Horticulture;
- Animal Husbandry.
2. Postgraduate studies, specialties:
- Management, Marketing and Rural Development;
- Environmental and Natural Resources Management;
- Sustainable Systems of Agricultural Production;
- Land Recovery Technologies;
- Animal Nutrition and Food.
3. Professional reconversion studies:
- Management of Rural Development and Economic Engineering in Agriculture.


Titles granted by University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine:
Engineer, specializations: Agriculture, Soil Science - Agrochemistry, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Animal Husbandry, Biotechnology, Land Reclamation and Rural Development, Environmental Engineering for Agriculture;
Economic Engineer, specialization: Management of Rural Development and Economic Engineering in Agriculture;
Doctor in Veterinary Medicine, specialization Veterinary Medicine;
Subengineer, specialization: Plant Protection, Vegetable Crops and Floriculture, Small Animal Breeding, Assistant in Veterinary Medicine, specialization: Veterinary Laboratory and Hygiene, Clinical Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacology
Diplomas Center for Distance Open Higher Education:
- Managerial Engineering;
- Agricultural Engineering;
- Horticultural Engineering;
- Animal Husbandry Engineering;
Diplomas granted for thoroughgoing studies, specialization: Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, and Veterinary Medicine;
Center for Distance Open Higher Education - Dissertation Diplomas of Post-Graduation Courses in the following specialization: Management, Marketing and Rural Development; Environmental and Natural Resources Management; Sustainable Systems of Agricultural Production; Land Recovery Technologies; Animal Nutrition and Food;
Doctor in Sciences - titles granted by UASVM in the fundamental domains:
- Agricultural and Forestry Science, in the field of: Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Horticulture, and Biotechnology;
- Medical Science, in the field of Veterinary Medicine.


Our University incomes are coming from the national budget and from students' fees.

FOREIGN STUDENTS have to pay a tuition fee for full time courses of 340 $ per month and for accommodation 90 $ per month.

For DISTANCE OPEN HIGHER EDUCATION, the annual tuition fee is 350 $ for undergraduate and for postgraduate studies. For professional reconversion studies they have to pay 20 $ for each exam.

For DOCTOR´S DEGREE STUDENTS the fees are: 340 $ per month for full time courses; for part time courses 340 $ for each exam or scientific paper from probation period.

For DOCTOR´S DEGREE THESIS the fee is 840 $.

Scientific Research programs

Scientific research plays an important role in the activity of the University. It is carried out at different levels: department, faculty, university or even by co-operation between an internal body and experimental farms outside our University.
The topics of basic and applied research are numerous and varied due to the specific nature of the faculties and of the research teams working within the faculties or departments. At the Faculty of Agronomy, multi-disciplinary teams conduct research on improving crop technologies for the main plants cultivated on brown-reddish soil, under conditions of reduced soil pollution and lower material and energy consumption. Complex studies on the suitability and best ways pesticides use and on the effects of these substances on the trophic chain have been made. Scientists study the possibilities of developing new varieties of some crop plants; the following varieties and hybrids have been homologated: the Ilfov Soya, several corn hybrids, bean lines, rape lines, medical herb lines, etc. Using radioactive isotopes, fundamental research on some aspects of plant mineral nutrition has been done. Electron-microscopic research, as well as studies on rural economics, on agricultural production organization and improvement (with special emphasis on specific areas, main crops, etc.) has been also carried out.
At the Faculty of Horticulture, the range of research work includes technologies of growing horticultural crops in the field and in protected areas, flower and vegetable breeding and development of new varieties and hybrids. Many new varieties have been developed: "Export 2", "Sincron", "Vitamina" - for tomatoes, "Augusta" - grapes, "Aniversare", "Start", "Rubin", "Raza de Soare" - flowers. More-over, the flora of the Danube Delta, as well as the industrial use of tinctorial plants and of in vitro cell and tissue cultures for plant breeding purposes have been studied.

At the Faculty of Animal Husbandry, a special interest in developing productive animal lines and hybrids and improving the breeding technologies has been shown. The results may be seen in goose hybrids for "foie gras", sheep and pig lines, the Romanian "Semigreu" horse breed, a Romanian "Balata" cattle line etc. Basic research is conducted on perfecting the techniques of semen conservation on various species, studies on ovules-genesis, the effect of ionization on animals etc.
At the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, clinical and pharmacy dynamic studies on new pharmaceutical products used against a number of surgical, obstetrical, parasitic and microbial diseases have been done. New vaccines have been created, such as: the inactivated vaccine against pig infectious pleuropneomonia, the vaccine against listriosis on sheep, the vaccine against aviary cholera etc. Research on several microbial enzymes used in the food industry has also been done.
At the same time, morphological studies on some diseases prevailing in animal breed.

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