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Prestige The Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi is the oldest higher education institution in Romania. Since 1860, the university has been carrying on a tradition of excellence and innovation in the fields of education and research. With over 36.000 students and 900 academic staff, the university enjoys a high prestige at national and international level and cooperates...
 
 
Academic year 2006-2007 Number of students: 36441 Graduate studies: 31385 Postgraduate studies: 5056 Academic staff: 833 Erasmus students: 70 Bilateral agreements: 183 2005-2006 International contracts: 37 ISI articles: 235 Patents: 6 Research and excellence centres: 26 Student mobility: 298 Teaching staff mobility: 89 Foreign Erasmus students: 74 Student residences: 14...
 
 
The Agronomical University has established collaboration agreements with similar universities from five continents and 32 countries, based on exchange of students and teaching staff, participations at bilateral scientific manifestations, exchange of publications etc. At the same time the teaching staff and the students are involved in 10 projects within Tempus, Copernicus...
 
 
 
The Faculty of Agriculture was founded in 1912. It is the oldest and most prestigious Romanian tertiary agricultural... The Faculty of Agriculture was founded in 1912. It is the oldest and most prestigious Romanian tertiary agricultural... read more    Our university has more than two hundred persons representing teaching stuff and researchers... read more...
 
 
 
University board 2004 - 2008 - rector   Ph.D, Prof. GERARD JITAREANU   e-mail:  gerardj@univagro-iasi.ro - vice-rector (scientific and didactic activity)   Ph.D, Prof. VASILE VINTU   e-mail:  vvintu@univagro-iasi.ro - vice-rector (social activity)   Ph.D, Prof. OCTAVIAN-ZAHARIE OPREAN   e-mail: ...
 
 
Brief historical presentation The beginnings of the Moldavian agricultural education go back in time to the first half of the 19th century, namely between 1842 -1848 when the first great Romanian agronomist, Ion Ionescu de la Brad, delivered the first lectures on agriculture at the "Academia Mihaileana" Iasi. Following the insistent approaches of a group of...
 
 
Living Costs The cost of living is comparable with the European average. A student requires about 400 Euro a month for basic expenses like food, rent and transportation, broken down as follows: Rent ca. 150,- Food (a meal in the dining hall costs from 2.50 Euro to 6 Euro) ca. 250,- Transportation (ca. 8 Euro per month - Bucharest universal transport pass) ca. 20,-...
 
 
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