• The Agricultural Technical College contributes 500 trees to plant the burned part of the Mosul forests

  • The French Consul is on a visit to the Agricultural Technical College to see the Mufass Fish Project

  • The Agricultural Technical College organizes a symposium on “educational institutions and their role in digital security and combating electronic extortion”

  • Part of the central graduation ceremony held by the Northern Canal University

  • The President of the Northern Technical University opens a number of laboratories in the College of Agricultural Technology

    College Vision

    Preparing qualified technical staff in various disciplines, including techniques for improving and multiplying field and horticultural crops and protecting plants from pests, as well as preparing an efficient cadre in managing sheep, cows and fish fields and artificial insemination centers. water

    47

    Teaching Staff

    17

    Postgraduate students

    204

    Preliminary study

    149

    Graduate

    50

    Published Research

    • About T A C

      It was established in 2011 in Mosul with three departments,  with the aim of preparing advanced staff at the level of a technical bachelor’s degree in which students receive theoretical and practical aspects in the field of agriculture and the graduate is given the title of (technical agricultural engineer) and be a member of the Engineers Association Agronomists and bears their identity.

    • Department of Plant Production Techniques

      It aims to prepare and prepare qualified technical cadres in the specialization of plant biotechnologies in the fields of plant improvement and propagation, production of field and horticultural crops and plant protection from pests and diseases.

    • Department of Animal Production Technologies

      It aims to graduate a cadre capable of working on the basic axes in the science of animal life technologies, working in the fields of animals, poultry, cows and sheep, and working in the fields of fish farming and dairy processing.

    • Department of desertification control techniques

      it aims to increase the efficiency of water use by using smart or controlled irrigation techniques by relying on mobile devices, the Internet or other means of communication.

      NEWS

      T A C Building

      Some pictures from the spaces of the Agricultural Technical College, its departments and its gardens

      NTU Journal of Agricultural and Veterinary Science NTU-JAVS (P-ISSN: 2788-9890  E-ISSN: 2788-9904 ) is open access and peer-reviewed online journal from Northern Technical University, Iraq, which highly encourages a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary publications in the agricultural and veterinary sciences. This journal provides a platform for acadimics, researchers, and post-graduate students to publish and share there findings to enhance all aspects of agricultural and veterinary science developments. 

      The Million Tree Project

      The Agricultural Technical College’s participation in the project of planting a million trees began after the college’s return from the alternative site in Erbil to the original site in Mosul, where the first committee for the project was formed and began work in March 2018, where it removed the rubble, remnants and remnants of the Mosul liberation war. 

      Fish Hatchery project

      This project was established at the Agricultural Technical College with the support of the French organization, which works on the production of fish fingerlings in the college’s ponds and then fertilization of eggs in laboratories and the production of new hybrids as well as to preserve the fish wealth in the province

      Laboratories

      The Agricultural Technical College owns scientific laboratories that help students gain scientific knowledge and conduct animal and agricultural research and examinations, which provide a distinguished scientific environment.

      Address:

      Iraq - Mosul - Rashidiyah

      Email:

      website.tca@ntu.edu.iq

      Open Hours:

      Sun-Th : 8am - 3pm