- College of Agronomy
- College of Sustainable Agriculture
- College of Animal Science
- College of Agricultural Engineering
- College of Land Reclamation and Rural Real Estate Development
- College of Rural Land Management
- College of Agricultural Economics
- College of Agricultural Business and Law
- College of Farm Accounting
- Distance Education Programs
- Agribusiness Academy
- Preparatory Program.
This academy has initially begun as a farm school with this event taking place in 1840. Eight years after, it was transformed into a full-scale farm tech school with all university rights and privileges being assumed. In 1925, it was once again reorganized into Byelorussian Agricultural Academy. At that time, a few colleges were started and the admission into Academy was expanded.
The total number of students: 6511 — full-time students, 7 097 — part-time students, 20 — students from Russian Federation.
The total number of foreign students — 455.
Preparatory Program — $1 000.
The Academy has dormitories for international students with usually 2 up to 4 persons sharing each room with all the necessary amenities provided (electricity, kitchen, water and toilet).
Students have free access to the Academy’s athletic facilities. There has been built a new athletic complex with soccer field, running tracks, cross-country ski center, tennis and basketball courts, as well as with several gyms. On top of that, there is a newly-made swimming pool, as well as horse-riding school, and a shooting range. There are many choices for sports available such as soccer, volleyball, handball, basketball, various kinds of athletic games, swimming and wrestling, tennis and much more. There is also a gym in every dormitory. Gyms have gymnastics equipment, tennis tables, grips etc. The campus location is very scenic with parks, groves, and natural lakes within a short walking distance from every building on campus.
| Student Life
The Academy offers an abundance of opportunities in terms of social and cultural lives. Various music, dance and drama clubs are hosted at the Memorial Union. The dormitories provide facilities for events set up by Arts and Crafts, Literary and many other student associations. A number of recreational programs is regularly sponsored by the Academy. There are comedy festivals, variety shows, dance nights etc.