Studying on Campus
Naryn, Kyrgyzstan and Khorog, Tajikistan
The University of Central Asia Campuses facilitate learning inside and outside the classroom. Campus libraries are tailored to support your learning interests and needs through textbooks, publications and access to online academic resources. Inviting common areas throughout the campus as well as outdoor spaces support a comfortable learning environment. Campuses feature modern, technologically connected classrooms and laboratories. Wireless internet connectivity is also available across campus. The University provides laptops to every student, equipped with up-to-date and relevant software.
In the first year of study in UCA's five-year undergraduate programme, students enroll in the University's Preparatory Programme which includes English, mathematics and science courses.
Media lab at the Naryn Campus.
UCA students study local vegetation in the laboratory.
Alcoves at UCA offer meeting and study spaces.
The University Library provides students access to a rich collection of books, periodicals and online databases.
Study spaces in the Khorog Campus library.
Undergraduates study science in campus laboratories.
Undergraduates represent seven countries and nearly 40 per cent are women.
Students at UCA’s Naryn Campus enjoy outdoor spaces to study, socialise and interact with nature.