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Kyushu University
Kyushu University (QU) was founded in 1911. It is among the prestigious universities and the largest public university on Kyushu Island. The Faculty of Agriculture, established in 1919, includes 8 departments covering broad range of the sciences of biological resource and the environment. The number of enrolled students is 1837 including 1013 undergraduates and 824 graduates
Kobe University
Kobe University (KBU) is a leading university located in Kobe, and its inception can be traced back to 1902 with the establishment of Kobe Higher Commercial School. The Faculty of Agriculture has 5 departments and strives for superiority in education and research by integrating a range of disciplines in animal, plant, and microbial biology, chemistry, engineering, and social science
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (TUAT), established in 1877, is a unique institution that focuses on education and research of agriculture and engineering, the core of the industrial base. The Faculty of Agriculture has more than 120 years of education history and represents a diverse range of specialties covering not only agriculture but also the humanities and social sciences.

Chiang Mai University
Chiang Mai University (CMU), founded in 1964, is among the leading Thai universities in the field of agricultural science. It has 9 international Masterfs degree programs and features excellent facilities at the campus, which offers a unique multicultural environment. Adjacent mountains and tropical watersheds provide outstanding opportunities for field studies, surveys, and excursions.


Kasaetsert University
Kasetsart University (KU), a state university of Thailand, emerged initially in 1938 as the first university to offer post-secondary degree-bound educational programs in agriculture. As a specialized university emphasizing agricultural science, it is presently a leading comprehensive university offering as many as 78 bachelor's, 64 master's, and 19 doctorate programs to students.
University of Hohenheim
The University of Hohenheim (UHOH) was founded nearly 200 years ago and is one of the leading universities in the field of agricultural sciences and natural resource management in Europe. Approximately 6,000 students are enrolled at the campus, which has a castle and one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in Germany. The 13 Master programs in agriculture fulfill top standards.