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UCA and AECOM Present on Naryn Campus Design and Construction
On 6 March 2013, the University of Central Asia (UCA) participated in a public meeting organised by the Naryn Oblast Administration. At the meeting, UCA Director General Dr Bohdan Krawchenko and Grant Robertson, Director of Construction, spoke about the University’s progress to-date and campus development plans.
Archeological Discoveries at UCA Naryn Campus Site
The University of Central Asia (UCA) campus site in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic does not just promise to be a centre of learning and information exchange in the future. It also holds valuable evidence of vibrant communities in the past. In fact, UCA’s mission to help the peoples of Central Asia preserve and draw upon their rich cultural traditions and heritages as assets for the future came alive when valuable archeological evidence was found on the campus site.
UCA Builds Entrepreneurial Capacity and Invests in Social Initiatives in Almaty Region
The University of Central Asia’s School of Professional and Continuing Education (UCA-SPCE) is implementing a series of initiatives to help communities in the Republic of Kazakhstan develop entrepreneurial capacity and proactive responses to economic and social challenges.
University of Central Asia and Ministry of Finance sign MoU to deliver Certificate in Policy Analysis to Afghan civil servants
The University of Central Asia (UCA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Finance of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on 22 July 2013. This MoU enables UCA to deliver a Post-Graduate Certificate in Policy Analysis (PGCPA) programme to Ministry staff and civil servants from other selected government agencies.
UCA Q-News, Volume 1, Issue 1
The inaugural issue of UCA Q-News, the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) quarterly magazine. Q-News presents its readership with Quick Quarterly Quotes and news bites from the University. Providing an overview of UCA’s recent activities and achievements, the magazine brings you highlights from UCA’s key news channels; including the UCA Newsletter, event announcements, press news and photo galleries.
UCA’s School of Professional and Continuing Education holds Academic Achievement Ceremony in Faizabad for Afghan learners
On 30 June 2013, The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE) held an Academic Achievement Ceremony at the Kokcha Palace, Faizabad to recognise 18 Afghan instructors graduating from SPCE’s professional development programmes in English and Information Technology (IT). Seventeen Afghan scholarship recipients who successfully completed professional courses at SPCE Khorog in Tajikistan were also recognised.
Highlights from the School of Professional and Continuing Education, Naryn
In the first half of 2013, the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE) in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic delivered cultural, technical and academic activities to engage students and members of the Naryn community.
Young Social Entrepreneurs Implement Award-winning Projects
Mobilising the enthusiasm and creativity of youth to address social issues through entrepreneurship is an effective way to engage youth in their communities and build critical leadership skills. This was the principle behind the Change the World Around You!competition administered by the University of Central Asia (UCA), in partnership with the Aga Khan Foundation Kyrgyz Republic and The Coca-Cola Foundation and Company.
University of Central Asia releases 2nd edition of English-Russian Glossary of Public Policy Terms and Concepts
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA) published the second edition of its English-Russian Glossary of Terms and Concepts in Public and Economic Policy, Administration and Trade. The book was launched during a regional four-stop tour by renowned economist and policy analyst Oleksandr Kiliievych, who compiled both editions of the glossary. Kiliievych, an Associate Professor in the Department of Economic Policy of the National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine and author of over 240 publications, arrived in the region this week to share his perspectives on the development of this expanded edition and its utility in the region.
UCA Course on Central Asia Musical Traditions Teaches and Inspires
“When she sang, a sense of peace overcame the classroom, which felt like a light, warm wind. Her voice was strong and bright, light and free, and made me forget about my problems.” It is rare that these kinds of emotions are invoked in a hot, stuffy classroom at a busy city university. However, this is what undergraduate student Gulzira Kamytzhanova experienced listening to her professor Dr Elmira Köchümkulova perform on the Kyrgyz instrument komuz, in a ground-breaking new course on Central Asian Music offered by the University of Central Asia (UCA).