The Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro) is a centenary Brazilian university located in the city of Seropédica in the State of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. It possesses the largest campus among Latin American universities, and is known for being the first university to have agriculture related courses in Brazil.
Founded in October 20, 1910, by then president of the republic Nilo Peçanha, the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine (ESAMV) laid the foundations of agricultural education in Brazil. The ESAMV, however, only began operating in 1913 and ended in 1934. In its place emerged three distinct institutions: the National School of Agriculture (ENA), National School of Veterinary Medicine (ENV) and the National School of Chemistry (which was incorporated in 1937 by the University of Brazil, today Federal University of Rio de Janeiro). These institutions have been crucial to overcoming the fragmentary and differentiated from existing agricultural and veterinary education throughout the nineteenth century and to create an academic reference space. In January 1944, the Rural University is established as an organ of the National Centre for Agronomic Research and Teaching (PNES) and incorporates the ENA and the Environment.
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Overall, I believe that my studies at UFRRJ (The Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro) taught in a way that made me feel even more eager to learn and study subjects such as pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, microbiology, alongside with toxicology and the areas of forensics sciences. The eventual lack of advanced equipments were compensated by professors efforts, as...
The university offers an excellent education.
In the present day, I’ve been working on a research and outreach project in the sanitation area and its interconnection with water and food. The main objective of the project is to use water management and ecological sanitation systems to close the nutrients cycles in order to improve the food production and revenue generation for isolated communities So as to achieve this...
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