Huazhong Agricultural University - Colleges

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HAU comprises 13 colleges (Life Sciences and Technology, Plant Sciences and Technology, Animal Sciences and Technology, Veterinary Medicine, Horticulture and Forestry Sciences, Resources and Environment, Fishery, Food Science, Economics and Trade, Land Management, Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering Technology, Basic Sciences) and the Foreign Languages Department. As a national key university, HAU is directly affiliated to the Ministry of Education of China. There are 48 undergraduate specialties, 87 master specialties, 54 doctoral specialties, and 7 post-doctoral mobile stations. In addition, there are 6 subjects are National Emphatic Subjects, 2 National Labs. In the 2002 evaluation of Chinese Universities, HAU was ranked 19th, and Microbiology was ranked No.1, Aqualculture was ranked No.3 of whole nation. HAU's new library opened in 2006, premises area of 31,136 square meters. Library construction and beautiful overall, coordinated, and the museum now has 10 large bays, open reading room, more than 3,500 reading seats. The library provide students for a 40 yuan monthly VIP self-study services, you can learning in a small room with air conditioner.

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