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AKHP Cup Debaters Put their Skills to the Test
Over 100 debaters from Khujand, Kulyab and Khorog in Tajikistan and students from UCA’s campuses in Khorog and Naryn gathered in Dushanbe to test their debating skills on August 4-5. The annual debate tournament was organised by UCA’s Aga Khan Humanities Project (AKHP) to promote collaboration between debaters of Tajikistan, and also enhance the debate skills of the participants. This year, it was dedicated to the sixth anniversary of AKHP’s Debate Club.
Co-operative Education at UCA: Blazing a New Trail in Central Asia
New Archaeological Finds on Naryn Campus
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Naryn Campus was buzzing with activity as a team from Indiana University (IU) in the USA and the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) highlighted their latest findings. Based on archaeological research over the 6 years on the sites Aigyrzhal-2 and 3 located on UCA's Naryn Campus, it was revealed that the Naryn Valley has a long history of human occupation.
Certificate Programme in Economic Policy
The University of Central Asia's (UCA) Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA) launched a new seven-month Certificate Programme in Economic Policy (CPEP) for thirty-six Kyrgyz citizens in May.
Researchers Study Environmental Diversity of Naryn
UCA Rector on Board
The University of Central Asia (UCA) is pleased to announce the appointment of its founding Rector. Prof. Dr. S. Sohail H. Naqvi joined the University on August 2nd, and as part of his orientation will be visiting the University’s programmes and activities in the three Founding States of Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan.
Fourth Summer Upgrading Camp Concludes on Emotional Note
As the 77 students prepared to return home at the end of UCA’s fourth Summer Upgrading Camp (July 1-16), emotions ran high amid tearful goodbyes. Driving home in the bus, the students reflected on the richness of their experience and the cross-cultural friendships they had forged.
SPCE Students Receive Gold Certificates in University Entrance Exams
The Ministry of Education of Kyrgyzstan conducts a mandatory National University Entrance (ORT) exam each year in May for all secondary school graduates in the country. In 2018, two students who enrolled in SPCE’s ORT preparation course received gold certificates. Myrzayim Temirbekova (scored 221/245) from Kazybek village, and Ainazik Konogalieva (scored 220/245) from Kyzyl-Tuu village in the At-Bashy district received their certificates from Sooronbay Jeenbekov, President of Kyrgyzstan in Bishkek.