UCA Gift Opportunities
The University of Central Asia (UCA) offers a wide range of gift opportunities which can be tailored to the specific interests, desires, and aspirations of donors. As is the case with most universities, UCA's programmes are heavily subsidised to make quality education accessible and affordable. The generosity of donors and alumni play a vitally important role in securing UCA's long-term sustainability, and ability to respond to the needs and challenges of Central Asian countries – particularly its mountain communities.
Philanthropic support is gratefully acknowledged and recognized by UCA, and with the donor's permission given appropriate publicity.
School of Arts and Sciences
"Pursuing a major at UCA is unforgettable. I had a remarkable opportunity to study on both campuses and learnt about the diverse cultures of Kyrgyzstan and Badakhshan. Over the summer I had a wonderful internship working at USAID in Monitoring and Evaluation. I was exposed to the real world and learnt a lot about business ethics data science and data collection."Ozar Aini
Class of 2021
School of Professional and Continuing Education
Amina Orozobekova, 10 years old, enrolled in SPCE's mental math courses in Naryn. Six months later she won first place at the International Mental Arithmetic Competition in Dubai where she competed with 200 youth from 15 countries including Japan, China, Russia and Malaysia. She is continuing her studies at SPCE.
Graduate School of Development
"UCA's Executive Masters in Economic Policy (EMEP) programme has been a wonderful experience. The teaching is excellent, and the materials and curriculum have been designed in the context of Afghanistan and the work we do there."Muhammad Ajmal Khan Karimi
Graduate, UCA's Executive Masters in Economic Policy
Education Improvement Programme
"UCA has a very good approach to building the capacity of teachers in a sustainable way. We are very thankful that several of our teachers were engaged in EIP's professional development programmes conducted in Kyrgyzstan. Now they are becoming teacher educators, and are training other teachers from different areas of Tajikistan."
Director of the International Presidential School