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Science Enthusiasts Gather in Naryn
UCA Students Clean Over 300kg of Trash from Naryn Riverside
Participating in the World Cleanup Day on September 15th, undergraduate students from UCA’s Naryn campus collected over 300 kilograms of trash along the Naryn river. This event was organised and celebrated globally by millions of people cross 150 countries.
The Role of Universities in Shaping Urban Development
UCA Khorog Campus Inauguration Ceremony - 14 September 2018
In what was a historic milestone, the University of Central Asia’s Khorog campus was formally inaugurated on 14 September 2018 by Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahmon. The Khorog campus is the second campus of the University to become operational since its Naryn campus was inaugurated in Kyrgyzstan in 2016.
Spotlight: Amanbek Ismailov
Building a Healthy Campus Culture
The practice of counselling is a fairly new concept in Central Asia. At UCA, the counselling office is dedicated to ensuring students and staff receive the support they need to succeed academically, personally, and socially. To better understand the role of these services at UCA, a Summer Counselling Skills workshop pilot project was held at the Naryn Campus from August 5-10.
Over 200 Graduate from SPCE in Khorog
Skills Development in Afghanistan
The University of Central Asia's (UCA) School of Professional and Continuing Education graduated 178 learners (48% women) in Ishkashim and Zebak, Afghanistan in August, bringing SPCE graduates in Afghanistan to over 6,000 since 2014. Students were awarded with certificates in elementary and pre-intermediate conversational English.
UCA Signs Agreement with Almaty Department of Education
The University of Central Asia (UCA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Education in the Almaty Oblast on August 23rd 2018 to implement UCA’s Education Improvement Programme (EIP) to 20 secondary schools in the Almaty Region.
Discovering the History and Culture of the Pamir-Kyrgyz
UCA’s Cultural Heritage and Humanities Unit organised two public lectures in August in Naryn and Bishkek covering the history, culture and traditional games of the Pamir-Kyrgyz, delivered by Professor Sulaiman Kaiypov, a well-known folklorist and ethnographer from" the Xinjiang Pedagogical University in China.