Inner Mongolia Agricultural University

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Inner Mongolia Agricultural University (Chinese: 内蒙古农业大学) is a university in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China under the authority of the Autonomous Region government. It is located in Hohhot, the capital city of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It was established in 1958.[1] There are over 100 undergraduate degree programs and postgraduate courses across a range of disciplines, including Agricultural, Engineering, Science, Art, Business, and Management.[2]


Inner Mongolia Agricultural University (IMAU) was established in 1952, with the first president appointed by Chairman Mao.

Academic Departments (Colleges)[edit]

Animal Science




Ecology and Environmental Science

Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

Water Resources and Civil Engineering

Economics and Management

Food Science and Engineering

Life Science

Material Science and Art Design

Humanity and Social Science

Foreign Language


Computer Science and Information Engineering

Energy and Transportation Engineering

International Education

Vocational Technology

Continuing Education