GSCAAS has four categorical discipline areas, namely agriculture, natural sciences, engineering and management science, covering fifteen primary disciplines in which seven are Ph.D. level primary disciplines and eight are Master level primary disciplines.
CAU is a university in Beijing, specializing in agriculture, biology, engineering, veterinary medicine, economics, management, humanities and social science. It was formed in 1995 through the merger of the Beijing Agricultural University and the Beijing Agricultural Engineering University.
NEAU, founded in Harbin in 1948 and originally named Northeast Agricultural College, is a key university directly under Heilongjiang province. NEAU comprises 18 colleges and 1 Education Department, and it is a "211 project" institution.
NJAU is a multi-disciplinary national key university under the direct jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education. It is a pioneer of modern agricultural education, research and extension, and one of the first agricultural institutions in to offer four-year bachelor programs.
SICAU is one of the 100 universities selected by the Chinese government to receive special funding under the “211 Project”. It has a predominance of bio-technology and agricultural sciences.
SCAU is one of the national key universities in China. It is a “211 Project” university sponsored by both Guangdong Province and the Ministry of Agriculture during the ninth and tenth “Five-year Plan”.
Located in Wuhan, HZAU is a national key university of “Project 211”. Featuring life science, HZAU also gives much emphasis on the rational disciplinary construction of agriculture, sciences, engineering, arts, law, economics, and management.
SDAU is a multi-disciplinary university with agricultural science as its advantage and life science as a distinctive feature, covering many areas of both Natural Sciences and Social Sciences.
YNAU is a comprehensive university offering programs in agriculture, science, arts, engineering, education, and administration. It is one of the two biological science experts training bases in Yunnan Province.
HEBAU is one of the key universities of the province. Its five campuses are located respectively in cities of Baoding, Qinhuangdao, Huanghua and Dingzhou.
HENAU is a public university located in Zhengzhou, Henan. Having more than 100 years of history, the university has established intercollegiate ties with universities in many countries around the world.
JXAU is a multi-disciplinary institution of higher learning characterized by teaching and research in agriculture and bio-technology as well as sciences, arts, economics, management, arts and laws.
AHAU excels in agricultural and forestry sciences, and covers life science, engineering, science, economics, business, literature, law, medicine and education.
HNAU is an integrated university situated in Furong District of Changsha. The institution has a focus on training students in various agricultural disciplines.
The school consists of five departments, namely the Department of Plant Sciences, Animal Sciences, Resource and Environmental Science, Food Science & Engineering, and Landscape Architecture, and a number of academic and research centers.
SXAU locates in the county town of Taigu. It maintains connections with Oberlin Shansi, a non profit organization operating out of Oberlin College, engaging in cross-cultural and education exchange programs.
SYAU is a key provincial university in Liaoning province.
CAB of Zhejiang University has nine institutes under the relevant departments, namely Crop Science, Biotechnology, Insect Science, Pesticide and Environmental Toxicology, Vegetable Science, Pomology, Landscape Architecture, Tea Science and Nuclear-Agricultural Science.
FJAU is a public university in Jinshan, Fuzhou, Fujian. Its library collection contains more than 1.63 million volumes.
NWSUAF is a national key comprehensive university. It is not only supported by Ministry of Education's "Project 985", but also is a member of the "Project 211".
GAU is situated on the Yellow River bank in Anning District of Lanzhou. GAU has 29 research institutes and 39 labs that provide substantial support to academic activities.
XJAU is a key multi-discipline agricultural institution of higher learning under the administration of the government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. XJAU aims to cultivate talents from various ethnic groups specialized in the field of agriculture and possesses an irreplaceable position in the socio-economic development and higher education in Xinjiang.
IMAU is a multi-discipline university with 8 fields of study, namely Agronomy, Science, Engineering, Economics, Management, Social Sciences and Education.