Faculty of Agronomy
Faculty of Agronomy in Čačak provides study programmes in agronomy, food technology and related disciplines.
The Faculty of Agronomy, Čačak, University of Kragujevac, is a public higher education institution established in 1978 and accredited in 2008. It has been the leading education institution in the field of agricultural education in Western and Central Serbia in the last fifty years. The Faculty of Agronomy offers B. Sc. degrees in General Agronomy, Food Technology, Fruit Growing and Viticulture, and Zootechnology, M. Sc. degree programmes in Agronomy and Food Technology, and Ph.D. courses in Agronomy.
The Faculty consists of 9 departments, including the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Food Technology; Mathematics, Physics and Technical Sciences; Biology, Microbiological Biotechnology, Plant and Product Protection; Soil and Agricultural Machinery; Field and Vegetable Crops; Fruit Growing and Viticulture; Animal Husbandry and Animal-Based Raw Material Processing Technology; and Organisation and Economics.
The Faculty has a student population of 506 and 77 staff members (56 teaching staff members). The Faculty has the necessary knowledge, experience and facilities to conduct both teaching and research activities. Moreover, Faculty staff members have provided counselling for agronomists regarding different production and processing related issues. Since 2004, the Faculty of Agronomy has acted as a coordinator, consultant or partner in training programmes, as part of collaborative projects with the Serbian Ministry of Agiculture and EU partners on crop production, grassland/pastures, feed, livestock and milk production, plant protection, organic production. The Faculty is also involved in the Erasmus Mundus – Basileus IV programme.
|Parent institution||University of Kragujevac|
Last accreditation in 2020 by the National Entity for Accreditation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education of Serbia - NEAQA.
|Contact for foreign students|
|FOOD TECHNOLOGY||Academic||Bachelor||4 years||Serbian|
|GENERAL AGRONOMY||Academic||Bachelor||4 years||Serbian|
|POMICULTURE AND VITICULTURE||Academic||Bachelor||4 years||Serbian|
|AGRONOMY||Academic||Master||up to 1 year||Serbian|
|FOOD TECHNOLOGY||Academic||Master||up to 1 year||Serbian|
Source of info:
Comission for Accreditation and Quality Assurance Guide for Students