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Programme's language

lithuanian, russian

Qualification degree and (or) qualification to be awarded

Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences

Institution that has performed accreditation, accreditation term

Studijų kokybės vertinimo centras, 8/31/2020

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Institution title

Vytautas Magnus University

Institution title in Lithuanian

Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas

Institution code of legal entity


Institution legal form

Public Institution

Institution documents of founding


Institution group

Higher education institution

Institution subordination


Main type and other types

University, Pre-primary education school

Institution address

Kaunas, K. Donelaičio g. 58

Institution phone

+370 37 222739

Institution fax

+370 37 203858

Institution email

Institution web address

Phone of admission office

+370 37 323206

Email of admission office

Institution funding sources

National budget, Other legaly acquired finances, State financial funds, Studying fee

Institution main type description

Awarded Lithuanian National Qualifications Framework levels:
Level 6, Level 7
Issued certificate levels:
Bachelor's diploma, Higher education diploma (university studies), Master's diploma
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Summary of the Profile of study programme

Future holders of a bachelor's degree in Agronomy study general academic education subjects (10 credits program): Philosophy, Psychology, Development of Society, and Appellative Foreign Language. In addition, they study subjects of agricultural field (111 credits program): Agrochemistry, Crop Management, Soil Management, Gardening, Vegetable Growing, Weed Control, etc.; and other fields subjects (39 credits program): General of Environmental Engineering, Management and Economics of Agriculture, Business Project Management of Agriculture, and Agricultural Engineering.
A person who graduates Crop Production Management study program achieves one study area degree (Bachelor of Agronomy).
Practice is provided in the subjects of the study program, as follows: Botany, Soil Science, Crop Management, Gardening, Vegetable Growing, Soil Management, etc. Total 7,6 credits and one 10 credits professional practice, which lasts 10 weeks.