Students Should Start Preparing Early for University Admissions

Date: 18 December 2018
Other languages: Русский язык |
“When choosing a University, students should focus on quality over quantity,” said Myrza Karimov, Head of UCA’s Co-operative Education Programme during an interview on Next TV in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. “UCA's educational programmes are benchmarked at international students and the needs of the Central Asian region. Courses are taught by qualified faculty in state-of-the art facilities, and the University offers a co-operative education programme for students to gain valuable work experience and life skills each summer.” 

Myrza Karimov was a guest on Next TV programme “Education in Central Asia” on December 17th. During the show, Karimov highlighted UCA’s mission to promote the social and economic development of Central Asia, particularly its mountain communities.

“UCA is not only looking for students with strong academic backgrounds, but also those who have a willingness to contribute to the development of Central Asia,” continued Myrza. “It is important for students to prepare early for UCA’s undergraduate admission test, and for parents to start thinking about university entrance exams when their children enter Grade 7. UCA’s School of Professional and Continuing Education offers special programmes for school children to improve their English, math and computer skills.” Watch the full interview in Kyrgyz.
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