Don State University of Agriculture: Tuition, Rankings

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Don State Technical University (DSTU) is a public university in Rostov-on-don, Russia. Having been established in 1962, it is regarded as the biggest in the Southern Region. The university, which enrolls more than 40,000 students, provides more than 100 undergraduate, graduate, and specialist degree programs in a wide range of fields.

Don State University of Agriculture Overview

Bachelor's Tuition Fees

The bachelor's tuition fee at Don State University of Agriculture is from 130,300 RUB to 259,100 RUB per year for domestic students and from 130,300 RUB to 259,100 RUB per year for international students.

Master's Tuition Fees

The master's tuition fee at Don State University of Agriculture is from 122,000 RUB to 244,000 RUB per year for domestic students and from 122,000 RUB to 244,000 RUB per year for international students.

Tuition Fee Pages

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Rankings

Here are the world rankings of Don State University of Agriculture from reputable ranking sources:

  • EduRank: #9910 in the World
  • UniRank: #8444 in the World

Bachelor's Courses

Here are some of the bachelor's courses at Don State University of Agriculture that are being offered:

  • Applied Informatics
  • Architecture
  • Civil Engineering
  • Design
  • Metallurgy
  • Social Work
  • Theology

You can take a look at complete list of bachelor's courses at Don State University of Agriculture in the Bachelor's Courses Page

Master's Courses

Here are some of the Master's courses at Don State University of Agriculture that are being offered:

  • Economics
  • Finance and Credit
  • Information Systems and Technologies
  • Law
  • Linguistics
  • Media Communications
  • Software Engineering

You can take a look at complete list of master's courses at Don State University of Agriculture in the Master's Courses Page