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State Agrarian University of Moldova

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State Agrarian University of Moldova
Universitatea Agrară de Stat din Moldova
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Former name
Chișinău Agricultural Institute "M. V. Frunze" (1940–1991)
Established9 April 1933; 88 years ago (1933-04-09)
RectorLiviu Volconovici

The State Agrarian University of Moldova (Romanian: Universitatea Agrară de Stat din Moldova) is a university located in Chişinău, Moldova.[1] It was founded in 1933.


The State Agrarian University of Moldova (SAUM) is the only higher agricultural education institution in the Republic of Moldova and the first higher education institution founded in Chişinău. SAUM has a history that began on 9 April 1933, when King Carol II of Romania promulgated the Law concerning the transformation of Agricultural Sciences Section of the University of Iaşi into the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences with its center in Chişinău. In 1938, the institution was renamed the Faculty of Agronomy and became administratively part of the newly established Gheorghe Asachi Polytechnic School.[2]

In 1940, following the occupation of Bessarabia by the Soviet Union, the faculty from Chișinău became an independent institution as the Chișinău Agricultural Institute, with four faculties (from 1944): Agronomy, Viticulture, Horticulture, and Animal Sciences. Other faculties are established over time: Mechanization of Agriculture (1950), Land Improvements (1954), Agrarian Economics (1965), Veterinary Medicine (1976). In 1991, the name of the institution was changed to the State Agrarian University of Moldova.[2]

At present, SAUM has over 6,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students trained in 23 specialties, 30 specializations, and 27 scientific specialties, respectively.


Notable alumni

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