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At University of Central Asia, Investing in Youth to Shape the Future
How to Tackle Inertia of Kyrgyz Museums?
The University of Central Asia’s Cultural Heritage and Humanities Unit in collaboration with the Association of Anthropologists of Kyrgyzstan, the Museum Initiatives Centre, the Christensen Foundation, and the American University of Central Asia (AUCA), organised a workshop on “Cultural Policy of Kyrgyzstan: How to Overcome Inertia in Museums?” in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on May 7th 2019.
ICDL Testing Centers Open in Kochkor District Schools
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE) in Kyrgyzstan launched two new test centres on May 6th 2019 offering testing for the International Computer Driving License (ICDL), a digital skills and computer literacy certification. The centres are located at the Ninakan Zhundubaeva school (Kochkor village), and the Korchubek Aknazarov school (Cholpon village) in the Kochkor district, and were established as part of the “Demilgeluu Jashtar” project.
Spotlight: Akimbek Akimbekov Climbing to Success
Building Cooperative Education Partnerships in the Region
UCA to Collaborate with High Technology Park
The University of Central Asia (UCA) and the High Technology Park (HTP) of the Kyrgyz Republic signed a memorandum of understanding on April 29th to collaborate in the spheres of Information Technology (IT) and entrepreneurship.
UCA Conducts Training to Enhance Research Capacity in Naryn and Khorog
Open Government Forum on Business and Investment Climate Co-Organised by UCA
The University of Central Asia’s Graduate School of Development jointly with the Council on Development of Business and Investments of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Secretariat of Open Government organised a forum on how the Open Government Partnership (OGP) can enable an improved business and investment environment in Kyrgyzstan.
Memory Makers: UCA Summer Upgrading Camp
The goal of the camp was to bring together Central Asian students to experience life at a university with a high standard of education, and provide them with an opportunity to work and study under the guidance of international instructors. They lived in a culturally diverse environment of people with different backgrounds and talents. The camp was a success, validated by all those who attended.
UCA Launches New Project on Migration Governance
The University of Central Asia’s Mountain Societies Research Institute and the Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA) hosted the first working meeting with partners of a new project, focusing on migration governance, agricultural and rural change in ‘home’ communities in Europe, Asia and Africa. The project proposes an integrated approach to migration governance to address the two-way relationship between labour mobility and changes in agriculture and the rural sector.