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State Agrarian University of Moldova SAUM

Scientific Agricultural Library


Contact person: Costin Ludmila                   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

                   (+ 373 22) 312292

                   (+ 373 22) 312291

          Fax: (+ 373 22) 312276

Internet address: www.uasm.md

Presentation of organisation

SAUM is the only institution of higher agricultural education in Moldova and the first higher education institution founded in Chisinau in 1933. It includes 8 faculties in its structure: Agronomy, Horticulture, Economics, Accountancy, Veterinary Medicine, Animal Husbandry and Biotechnologies, Agricultural Engineering and Auto Transportation, Cadastre and Law. More than 50 000 specialists, including over 1000 from 67 countries, were trained in this institution. Goal - to plan and implement strategies and programs to achieve excellence in education and research, as well as to help the agricultural community in improving its levels of living by providing quality research and education.

The Scientific Agricultural Library holds the largest informational agricultural resources in the country and provides access to resources, quality informational products and services in supporting the education, scientific research and practical work in agriculture and allied sciences.

The role of the organisation in the project

As an integral and active part of educational and research process, the SAUM intends to extend and diversify informational library services, to develop library IT resources, to integrate the library into an informational academic libraries network. Making these changes, the library will improve the access to information, contributing to continuous improvement of the quality of culture and education, quality of life of community members in a free and democratic society.


Coordinator in UE:

Kretaviciene Meile,



+370 37 327 201

+370 37 327 219


Coordinator in MD:

Karnaeva Liubovi,



+373 22 205 552

+373 22 205 553