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Education Improvement Programme Boosts Quality of Education in Central Asia
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Education Improvement Programme (EIP) conducted face-to-face professional development workshops for 171 teachers of English, math, chemistry and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Dushanbe (Tajikistan), Naryn (Kyrgyzstan), and Taldykorgan (Kazakhstan) in January.
University of Central Asia Joins UiPath Academic Alliance to Empower Students for the Future
The University of Central Asia (UCA) has joined the UiPath Academic Alliance programme, offering its students and staff training in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), a key technology recognised by top analysts for its potential to empower the next generation of workers with the skills of the future.
Branding Naryn to Promote Socio-Economic Development
Communications and Media students of UCA’s Class of 2021 are exploring how to brand Naryn to promote socio-economic opportunities in the mountainous regions, and enhance the quality of life in Naryn Oblast by providing better jobs and living conditions in the region. Students presented branding proposals to a panel of UCA faculty and staff, and some will also be formally presented to the Naryn government authorities for consideration.
UCA’s Contribution to Open Government Partnership Recognised
Ustatshakirt Ensemble Performs for UCA Students in Bishkek
University of Central Asia’s freshmen students at the Naryn campus (Kyrgyzstan) attended a special performance by the Ustatshakirt ensemble in Bishkek, established and supported by the Aga Khan Music Initiative. The event exposed students to rich Kyrgyz musical traditions, and was followed by a visit to the Gapar Aitiev Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts.
UCA Releases New Study Guide for Naryn Schools
Aarhus Centre Engaging Youth for Environment Protection
UCA Helps Expand Role of Museums in Kyrgyzstan
MSRI Support for Dialogues on Water Science Technologies
Naryn Community Committed to Solving Environmental Problems