Beijing University of Agriculture

Beijing University of Agriculture (BUA) is located in Beijing, Beijing Province, China. It is locally known as 北京农学院. The university was established in 1965. It is accredited by Beijing Municipal Commission of Education.

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University Name Beijing University of Agriculture
Name in Local Language 北京农学院
Acronym BUA
Year Established 1965


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Address Zhuxinzhuang Deshengmenwai, Beijing, Beijing Province, China
Phone +86 (10) 8079 9013
Fax +86 (10) 8079 9225
Website Beijing University of Agriculture Website
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