China Agricultural Universities List

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China Agricultural Universities List

China Agricultural Universities List

As the world has evolved, the population has also followed through, which led to increase in food and production demands. And how have we people been granted with the privilege of such?  Agriculture is the very answer. Hence, it is no wonder with the number of applicants that have been steadily rising over the years to provide a range of eco-friendly options for our upcoming future generations.

What is agriculture course all about?

Agriculture classes are enhanced to prepare students for a variety of careers, including ranching, farming and agriculture science or horticulture management. Though there are many agricultural workers who work directly on a farm or ranch and learn their skills through on-the-job training, undergraduate agriculture programs can prepare students for more advanced positions, such as agricultural and food science technician. These programs can include internships that provide hands-on training and often have a high range of courses that solely focus on the biological sciences. Careers in management or as agricultural scientists require more specialized training that is usually found in graduate-level programs. These programs often include lab work and focus on original research.

Here is an overview of common concepts taught in agriculture courses:

  • Agribusiness

  • Agricultural Science

  • Sustainable Agriculture

  • Agriculture Education

  • Agricultural Resource Management

    So why study agriculture in China?

    Agriculture is a vital industry, employing over 300 million farmers. China ranks first in worldwide farm output, mainly producing rice, wheat, potatoes, tomato, sorghum, peanuts, tea, millet, barley, cotton, oilseed and soybeans. Hence, China is a big country in agriculture field, thus investing in providing the best and interactive education, with many agriculture universities that are engaging in teaching and research in agriculture and related disciplines. In the top 100 of China’s universities, 7 of them are agriculture universities.

     

    Universities in China offering agriculture course include:

    1) China Agricultural University

    Tuition fee – 20,000 RMB per year

    2) Beijing Forestry University

    Tuition fee – 24,800 RMB per year

    3) Southwest University

    Tuition fee – 22,000 RMB per year

    4) South China Agricultural University

    Tuition fee – 15,000 RMB per year

    5) Zhejiang University -

    Tuition fee – 22,800 RMB per year

    6) Huazhong Agricultural University

    Tuition fee – 20,000 RMB per year

    7) Northwest A&F University  

    Tuition fee – 16,000 RMB per year

    8) Northeast Agricultural University

    Tuition fee – 16,000 RMB per year

    9) Sichuan Agricultural University

    Tuition fee – 16,000 RMB per year

    10) Jiangsu University

    Tuition fee – 20,000 RMB per year

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