|Director Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Docent A.Hakobyan
Vanadzor branch of Armenian National Agrarian University was established in 2004 by the Government Resolution № 976-N, adopted on June 25, 2004, but the actual work began on September 1 , 2005, by the Resolution № 254/L of ANAU Rector A.P. Tarverdyan. Aleksandr Hakobyan has been the head of the branch since the day of its establishment.
The educational process is organized according to the educational standards of the ANAU Department of Part-time Studies.
The staff was done everything possible for the newly created branch, also for high maintaining of ANAU reputation in the region during the past 8 years of the working experience.
Proper measures are taken to organize the educational process according to the modern standards, to maintain the material-technical base, to acquire laboratory devices and equipment, to repair and heat the building, as well as to create a library-reading hall according to the modern standards by the assistance of the ANAU authority.
The branch prepares specialists with higher education by the Part-time Studies Bachelor's program in the following specialties:
- 310102 Agronomy
- 310201 Animal Husbandry
- 310301 Veterinary Sanitary Expertize
- 310404 Forestry and Landscaping
- 310709 Technology of Milk and Dairy Products
- 311103 Accounting and Auditing
- 310801 Agriculture Mechanization
- 310716 Expertise, Standardization and Certification of Agricultural Raw and Foodstuff
- 310901 Land Management and Land Cadastre.
The branch currently has approximately 445 students, many of whom would soon find their jobs in the areas of agricultural production and acquired specialized knowledge will promote the economic prosperity farmers and rural collective.
At Vanadzor Branch operates the Base Agricultural College , which in existing educational system prepares a staff with middle vocational education in free of charge and paid in "Economics", "Accounting and audit", "Management", "Land Management" specialties.
RA, Vanadzor, Abovyan 64
Tel: (0322) 2-51-76,(0322) 2-51-46