Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanisation

201–300 th
Impact Rankings: Clean water and sanitation 2020
201+
Impact Rankings: Life on land 2020
Kori Niyoziy str., 39, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

About Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanisation

The Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanisation Engineers was founded in 1923 and has since been through a range of name and role changes. It has operated under its current name since 2017.

The university offers courses in in engineering (irrigation, water resources, environment, electrification and automation, agricultural mechanisation), land management and agricultural economics, and management and marketing.

There are seven divisions which include hydromelioration; hydrothechnical construction; agricultural mechanisation; mechanisation of hydromeliorative works; energy supply of agriculture and water resources; land management resources; organisation and management of water resources). These seven divisions cover 36 separate departments.

Degree programmes now offered across 19 bachelor of science programmes, 16 master of science programmes and 13 PhD programmes.

It aims to be "a first-class regionally recognised academic and research institution known for its top programmes in engineering, land management and industrial economics".

The student's town was established in 1987 and is home to many facilities including the student dormitories.

Its alumni have played significant national roles since independence. Shavkat Mirzoyeyev, who studied agricultural mechanisation from 1976 to 1981, was prime minister from 2003 to 2016 and has been president since 2016. His leading lieutenants included Rustam Azimov, minister of finance from 1998 to 2000 and from 2005 to 2016 and deputy prime minister from 2005 to 2017.

The university is located in the Uzbek capital of Tashkent which is among the hubs of Central Asia and a historic Silk Road junction. The university underwent significant change post-independence, in particular expanding Uzbek teaching and translating course literature into the national language. Courses are offered in Uzbek, Russian and English.

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Key statistics

  • 11.0
    No. of students per staff
    (1)
  • 0%
    Percentage of International Students
    (1)
  • 17 : 83
    Student Ratio of Females to Males
    (1)
  • 5,196
    Number of FTE Students
    (1)
Based on data collected for the (1) 2020 World University Rankings

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