Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
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Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra has attained the position of one of Slovakia’s leading universities since its founding in 1952. The University is consistently rated in the top group for its teaching and research quality in the Slovak Republic. The University cultivates close and productive links with its local and regional community and will continue to expand its work internationally in teaching and scientific research. We have a strong tradition of collaborating with businesses and industry and actively participating in economic regeneration. Finally, we recognize that our future success and direction will depend on how we embrace and respond to new information and communication technologies.

The mission of the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra is to build an institution widely recognized, at a regional, national and international level, as a world leader in research and teaching and exploit opportunities for collaboration and partnership with other higher educational institutions, educational institutions and commercial partners.

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra is the leader of an alliance of European Universities INVEST recognized as the most ambitious project of European higher education transformation. At present more than 50 international educational and 20 international scientific projects (Horizont, COST, Interreg or Jean Monnet) are running at the university.

The project team of the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra consist of scientists and researchers from the Faculty of Agrobiology and Food Resources and the Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Science with broad expertise in sustainable use of food resources, preservation of biodiversity, sweet water aquaculture and free water fisheries, environmental pollution and management.

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