Universidad Nacional de Agricultura

The National University of Agriculture is an academic community made up of students, faculty, graduates, and administrative and support staff that assumes higher education as a fundamental right and an essential public service.

The National University of Agriculture has as its primary purpose the management of knowledge to contribute to the development of the national agricultural sector and related areas in its multidimensionality: land, water, sea, air; through humanistic, scientific and technological training, the generation and
dissemination of knowledge, as well as the realization of activities linked to society, with a clear awareness of the multicultural and complex nature of the Honduran nation.

These activities are developed within a framework of continuous improvement, with multi-, inter- and cross-cultural approaches, and with ethical principles and social and environmental responsibility that guide the pursuit of quality and relevance with equity for the fulfillment of its mission.

Universidad Nacional de Agricultura Offered Courses | Programmes

Universidad Nacional de Agricultura Tuition Fees

BSc Degree
MSc Degree
Diploma Programs
Short Courses
Phd Degree
Cost of Living in Country

Universidad Nacional de Agricultura Admission

  • What are the admission processes?
    • Processes by means of a semi-presential Academic Aptitude Test.
    • Admission process through UNAG. Completely virtual (only for admission to UNAG).

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