Q-News Special Issue: Campus Development

Date: 14 February 2014
Other languages: Русский язык |

2013 was a landmark year in the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) development.

Campus construction was officially launched in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic, with the target to enroll our first class in 2016. The On Location gallery gives you a bird’s eye view of the progress at the Naryn campus. Preparatory works are underway at all three of our campus sites, including a  huge effort in Khorog, Tajikistan to clear the campus site of rocks and sustainably generate raw material for construction.
 
The stories in this issue put the spotlight on these exciting developments, and feature some of the people who make them possible. Other highlights include the graduation of 200 SPCE and AKHP learners in Dushanbe; a new agreement between UCA and the Kyrgyz Russian Slavonic University; and UCA publications presented to the Library of Congress.
 
As we head into 2014, we wish you a very Happy New Year.

We look forward to bringing you more exciting news from our locations across Central Asia in the year ahead.
 
> Enjoy these and many more stories in this issue

Nisar Keshvani
Head of Communications


 

160,000 Cubic Metres of Rock Being Cleared at Khorog Campus Site

To prepare the Khorog campus site for construction, up to 160,000 cubic metres of rock is being cleared and crushed. The cleared land will house campus buildings and the crushed stone will be used as raw material in campus construction. 

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Phase I Construction of Naryn Campus Launched

UCA launched Phase I construction of its main campus in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic at a media briefing at UCA’s Naryn Town Campus on 27 September 2013. The event was attended by the Vice-Governor and Vice-Mayor of Naryn Oblast, UCA contractors, and local and regional media. 

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Naryn Students Learn about Landscape Architecture and Visit UCA Campus

On 9 October 2013, 50 students from Naryn visited the UCA School for Professional and Continuing Education campus to learn about landscape architecture and the University’s main Naryn campus.

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5th Graduation Ceremony Celebrated in Dushanbe

More than 200 graduates from the Aga Khan Humanities Project and School of Professional and Continuing Education were recognised at UCA’s 5th Graduation Ceremony in Dushanbe on 21 September 2013.

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Tajikistan Instructors to Attend Kyrgyz Russian Slavonic University

On 20 November 2013, the University of Central Asia and the Kyrgyz Russian Slavonic University signed a Memorandum of Understanding for UCA instructors from Tajikistan to pursue a Masters in Management degree.

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