Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education
“Omsk State Agrarian University named after P.A. Stolypin”
- About the University
- Baccalaureate (undergraduate study)
- Master’s programme (graduate study)
- Postgraduate course
- University infrastructure
- International partnership network
- Governing board
The history of Omsk State Agrarian University named after P.A. Stolypin dates back to the first half of the 20th century. The University, throughout its history, has always played a significant role not only in the field of education but also, realising the responsibility towards society, in the social life of the country and its development. Founded in February 1918, the University has been developing and increasingly establishing new educational programmes and exploring new fields of research. Along with ongoing transformation of the organisational and legal form of the University, it has never stopped producing high-qualified, fully devoted personnel units for labour market – more than eighty-one thousand people graduated since 1918.By September 2015 the total number of students enrolled has reached 9665 people.
Nowadays, Omsk State Agrarian University is a large scientific and research centre with highly developed infrastructure which comprises 8 various faculties, 3 institutions, and a branch in the town of Tara. Our University can offer a diverse range of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate courses, catering for a huge range of interests covering 11 aggregative groups of specialties and program tracks: earth sciences, biological sciences, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, veterinary medicine and animal husbandry, industrial ecology and biotechnology, technosphere safety and environmental engineering, geodesy, economics, means and technologies of public transport, etc.
Baccalaureate – a level of higher education. According to the decree of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation from September, 12th, 2013 N1061 on Approval of the list of specialities and program tracks, upon completion, the education programme qualification “Bachelor” is awarded.Applicants who have completed general secondary education, vocational secondary education or higher education are eligible to apply for bachelor’s programme.
An academic workload of the bachelor’s programme is 240 credit units.Full-time training period, including the holidays after the federal state examination, takes 4 years. Semi-full time and part time training periods exceed full-time training period no less than 6 month and no more than 1 year.
Types of bachelor’s programme:
- Applied baccalaureate. The programme is primarily focused on practice-oriented and applied types of professional activities.
- Academic baccalaureate. The programme is primarily focused on scientific and research and pedagogical types of professional activities.
Master's programme - a level of higher education.According to the decree of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation from September, 12th, 2013 N1061 on Approval of the list of specialities and program tracks, upon completion, the education programme qualification “Master” is awarded.
Applicants who have completed higher education are eligible to apply for master’s programme.
An academic workload of the bachelor’s programme is 120 credit units. Full-time training period, including the holidays after the federal state examination, takes 2 years. Semi-full time and part time training periods exceed full-time training period no less than 3 month and no more than 6 month.
Types of master’s programme:
- Applied master. The programme is primarily focused on practice - oriented and applied types of professional activities.
- Academic master. The programme is primarily focused on scientific and research and pedagogical types of professional activities.
Postgraduate course – a level of higher education.The types of professional activity of graduates come down to scientific and research activity in the relevant field of science and teaching activities on educational programs of higher education. Upon completion of the training, according to the decree of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation from September, 12th, 2013 N1061 on Approval of the list of specialities and program tracks, graduates are awarded the qualification of "The Researcher. Teacher-researcher”.
Applicants who have completed higher education (specialist’s or master’s degree) are eligible to apply for a postgraduate course.
The postgraduate academic workload is regulated by the standard of relevant programme track and may equal 180 or 240 credits.
According to the educational standard, part-time training period exceeds full-time training period no less than 6 months and no more than 1 year (See Omsk SAU undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate studying programmes for more detailed information).
Research priorities of Omsk State Agrarian University named after P.A. Stolypin are aimed at core federal, government and regional programmes on socio-economic development of the region and fully align with strategic decrees statements (See Omsk SAU research priorities for more detailed information).
University infrastructure offers a wide range of all necessary services to facilitate educational process and has all means to engage students in expanding on their findings and supporting their intellectual endeavours:
- Scientific agricultural library of Omsk SAU. Intellectual assets of the library count over 6000 documents, and free to use in Russian, English and other different languages. True legacy our ancestors left behind them from XVI century is available for any of students and can be easily found at http://lib.omgau.ru. Scientific agricultural library of Omsk SAU deservedly included in “All-Russian chronicle of book artefacts” and is a member of Russian Library Association, given the increasing amount of annually served visitors (over 15000 in 2014).
- University museums - museum funds comprise over 3350 items, among which you can find even the rarest thing in each field (zoology, parasitological, pathologic and anatomic, soils museum, etc.);
- Botanic Garden - Founded in 1927, it is the second oldest botanic garden in Siberia and the Far East. Omsk SAU Botanic Garden is listed in international gardening catalogue “World Botanic Gardens” and is a member of Siberian and Far East Council of Botanic Gardens. Diverse plant life of the garden occupies 2, 83 hectares of the University territory, what is enough to accommodate the collection of over 1000 spices of plants. Dense vegetation of the garden contains 250 varieties of medicinal herbs, the wide assortment of flowering plants, let alone 21 spices of plants listed in Red Data Book of Omsk Region.
- Arboretum. So-called “Green pearl” is a 10 hectares home for over 400 spices of plants with the well-varied range of vegetation: larch, spruce, Siberian pine, linden, oak, thuja, juniper, lilac, etc.
- Campus life. The University has three campuses, two of them situated directly in Omsk city and another one in the town of Tara. Omsk SAU infrastructure offers a wide range of all necessary services to facilitate educational process and has all means to engage and support students: practical training and marketing centre, business incubators, gardening centre, co-working and linguistic centres.
Our international partnership network counts more than 100 foreign institutions and spreads over 20 countries, among which: Austria, Armenia, Belgium, Hungary, Germany, Italy, people's Republic of China, Kyrgyz Republic, Mexico, Mongolia, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Belarus, Republic of Kazakhstan, Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Turkmenistan, Republic of Uzbekistan, Slovenia, USA, Croatia, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Sweden, France, Finland, Japan etc. (See Omsk SAU partnership network for more detailed information).
Due to the solid international ties, Omsk SAU has good records of participation in international projects – from the early 2000s until now the history of international cooperation includes a range of Tempus, Erasmus Mundus and Erasmus + projects(See Omsk SAU project history for more detailed information).
International activity of the University is mainly driven by our corporate aim to be integrated into the global scientific and educational network and promotion of our world image along with the ambition to be a brand of a modern innovative university able to produce world-class personnel units for agribusiness.
|Oksana Victorovna Shumakova||Rector, Doctor of Economics, A.P.||
Address: Institutskaya ploschad' 1, Main building, office 227
Phone No. (3812) 65-11-46
|Svetlana Yuryevna Komarova||Vice–rector for education, Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, A.P.||
Address: Institutskaya ploschad' 1, Main building, office 227
Phone No. (3812) 65-17-72
|Vitaliy Victorovich Aleschenko||Vice–rector for research, Doctor of Economics||
Address: Institutskaya ploschad' 1, Main building, office 222/2
Phone No. (3812) 65-10-54
|Vitaliy Mikhailovich Pomogaev||Vice–rector for economic development, Candidate of Economics||
Address: Institutskaya ploschad' 1, Main building, office 223
Phone No. (3812) 65-27-88
|Zhanna Konstantinovna Shmidt||
Vice-rector for educational work and social support
Institutskaya ploschad' 1, Main building, office 422
Phone No. (3812) 65-16-55
|Oleg Evgen’evich Pogrebnyakov||Vice-rector for administrative matters||
Address: Institutskaya ploschad' 1, Main building, office 320/1
Phone No. (3812) 60-52-48
|Anatoly Pavlovich Shevchenko||Tara branch director, Candidate of Technical Sciences, A.P.||
Address: Tara town, ulitsa Tyumenskaya, 18
Phone No. (38171) 2-86-35
|Alexander Mikhaylovich Berestovskiy||Tara branch Deputy Director for education, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, A.P.||
Address: Tara town, ulitsa Cheremukhovaya, 14
Phone No. (38171) 2-84-79
|Nikolay Iosifovich Kuznets||Director of Institute of Additional Professional Education, Candidate of Biological Sciences, A.P.||
Address: ulitsa Sibakovskaya, 6, office 202
Phone No. (3812) 65-05-76
|Gennady Alexeevich Khonin||Director of Institute of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies, professor||
Address: ulitsa Oktyabr’skaya, office 101
Phone No. (3812) 24-15-35
|Vitaly Stepanovich Petsevich||Director of Institute of Economics and Finance, Candidate of Economic Sciences, A.P.||
Address: Fizkul’turnaya ulitsa, 8e, office 201
Phone No. (3812) 65-37-55
|Aleksey Leonidovich Melnikov||Director of Omsk Agrarian Technical College, Candidate of Biological Sciences||
Address:ulitsa Partizanskaya, 8
Phone No. (3812) 25-82-04,