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University Profile
The University of Central Asia (UCA) is the first regional higher educational institution in Central Asia, serving its three founding states of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan, and extending its reach into neighbouring Afghanistan and beyond. Find out more about UCA's programming and research at a glance.
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Quick Facts
UCA is one of the world's few regional fully residential, internationally chartered universities devoting considerable resources to mountain based research. Discover more about UCA's mission and impact:
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University Prospectus
UCA was established to offer an internationally recognised standard of higher education in Central Asia and prepare graduates to contribute leadership, ideas and innovation to the economies and communities of the region. Find out more through this Guide to the University of Central Asia's Undergraduate education:
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Developing mountain societies with a world class education
UCA's approach to education is designed to help students develop critical thinking skills, develop a strong liberal arts foundation, specialise with a choice of six majors and three minors and gain practice-based experience, dedicated to making students job and career ready. Learn more about UCA's academic programme and why students should choose UCA:
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Building it Differently - UCA's Construction Approach
UCA is building residential campuses at high altitude sites in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic and Khorog, Tajikistan and preparing for construction in Tekeli, Kazakhstan. Learn more about how the location and topography of the campus sites pose particular challenges to this ambitious endeavour and UCA's construction response:
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