Azerbaijan State Agricultural University (ADAU) International Summer School on “Innovative development of the agricultural sector: world experience, prospects"

Azerbaijan State Agricultural University (ADAU) is organizing an International Summer School on the theme “Innovative development of the agricultural sector: world experience, prospects". The purpose of the school is to discuss the current state and prospects of the innovative development of the agricultural sector by gathering students of a bachelor degree from local and foreign universities.

Date: July 08-18, 2019
Venue: Azerbaijan State Agricultural University (ADAU), Ganja, Azerbaijan. Site visits to magnificent Goygol Lake, museums, ancient temples, and a city tour are included in the program. 

Applications are accepted until May the 31st, 2019.

Who can participate?

Undergraduate students. Students attending the 1st International Summer School cannot apply.

Program language: English (requires an average knowledge of English 

Registration fee: No registration fee is required to attend the summer school.

Accommodation and meals: Accommodation and meals at ADAU Student House (CAMPUS).

Travel expenses: Participants cover their own travel expenses.

Lecturers and teachers: Representatives of the FAO Partnership and Coordination Office in Azerbaijan, officials and experts of the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, Azerbaijan State Agricultural University and others.

Important dates:
Deadline for application: May 31, 2019
Evaluation and announcement: June 07-10, 2019


How to apply:

CV (including certificates if any), a motivation letter reflecting the purpose of participation, and a copy of the passport should be sent to or


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Visa issues: Students requiring visa to travel to Azerbaijan can use “ASAN VISA” system. Visa fees are paid by the participants.

Please refer to the link below for the previous ADAU International Summer School "Sustainable Development", which took place on July 14-28, 2018:

Please click here for the flyer of the program.