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Why aren’t Universities in Kazakhstan Built Outside of Major Urban Areas?
Receiving a higher education in Kazakhstan means moving to a big city. For some, this move presents new opportunities; however, for others this creates inevitable challenges. Students have traditionally identified transportation, accommodation and living costs as their most significant challenges. Kazakhstan has never built universities outside major metropolitan areas, contrary to common practice in the West, where universities frequently become cores of small towns. Vlast.kz looks into why universities in Kazakhstan are not leaving major cities and whether such a move can happen in the foreseeable future.
BBC News: UCA Inaugural Campus in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) visited UCA's inaugural campus in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic in anticipation of its undergraduate launch in September 2016.
UCA Executive Chairman Speaks to AKIPress on AKDN's 15 Year Presence in the Kyrgyz Republic and the University's Aspirations
A Journalist’s Perspective: A Day on the University of Central Asia Construction Site
Badakhshan TV: UCA Khorog construction progressing
The Construction of the Khorog Campus of the University of Central Asia, by Safarmo Butabekova of Badakhshan TV, highlights the vision behind the construction of UCA’s Khorog campus in Tajikistan. The university is the result of ongoing cooperation between the Government of Tajikistan and the Aga Khan Development Network. UCA’s Agency Construction Management strategy increases the local economic impact of construction through use of local contractors and suppliers.
Shamsh Kassim-Lakha: Education is Not Instant Coffee - Vecherniy Bishkek
Construction of the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) main campus, which opens next year in Naryn, is nearing completion. Thanks to the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan will host a world-class University. Shamsh Kassim-Lakha, AKDN Diplomatic Representative and Executive Chairman of the Board Executive Committee, UCA spoke to Vecherniy Bishkek (VB) on how this initiative was undertaken.
Investments in Education - Vecherniy Bishkek
Journalists from Bishkek travelled to Osh, where they visited the Aga Khan School and spoke to students and teachers. They also travelled to Naryn, where they saw firsthand the progress of construction of the first campus of the University of Central Asia.
US$85 million Spent on University of Central Asia Construction in Naryn - Kabar Information Agency
The University of Central Asia in Naryn, currently under construction, is funded by Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). The total estimated spending of this University US$85 million. The new main campus building which will welcome students from September 2016, has been completed and final finish works are ongoing. This information was provided during a media tour on 8 September organised by AKDN, Kyrgyzstan.
Regional Development Spurs Country Growth - Kyrgyz Tuusu
For many years, the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) has been supporting the establishment of institutions and programmes which help to develop an economically dynamic, politically stable and intellectually and culturally vibrant Kyrgyz Republic. The Network provides necessary information and free of charge consultations for citizens of rural areas to improve their living conditions, and also renders financial assistance for their further development. In addition, much attention is paid to education, and several activities are carried out in Osh and Jalalabad cities.
University of Central Asia Constructs New Campuses with CONJECT’s Support
The construction of the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) three campuses in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan is being supported by CONJECT, a leading supplier of cloud software for the whole life management of built assets.