The University of Central Asia UCA

UCA is an International Initiative for Education and Development in Central Asia. The University of Central Asia was created to offer an internationally recognized standard of higher education in Central Asia and create knowledgeable, skilled and creative graduates who will contribute leadership, ideas and innovations to the transitioning economies and communities of the region.

UCA was founded in 2000 by the governments of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan, and His Highness the Aga Khan. It is the world’s first internationally chartered institution of higher education. The International Treaty and Charter establishing this secular and private University was signed by His Highness the Aga Khan and the Presidents of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan, ratified by the respective parliaments and registered with the United Nations. The Presidents are the Patrons and His Highness the Aga Khan is the Founding Patron and Chancellor of UCA. UCA is a private, independent, self-governing institution which will be governed by an independent Board of Trustees and led by a Rector. It will have three campuses of equal size and stature in each of the founding countries.

Adresses:
University of Central Asia Tekeli, 20 Kazakhstanskaya Street, Tekeli, Republic of Kazakhstan.
University of Central Asia Naryn, 19 Pervogo Maya Street, Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic.
University of Central Asia Khorog, c/o AKDN Khorog office, Chorbogh, Khorog, GBAO, Republic of Tajikistan.
Central Administration, 80 Tynystanova Street, 720053 Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic.

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About: Background – The fall of the Soviet Union brought with it both the withdrawal of much-needed resources invested in education in Central Asia, and new opportunities to create innovative institutions that could respond to the needs of communities in the region. (full text).

links for books and texts:

ICT USE IN EDUCATION in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, by Mr Hilary Perraton, Ph.D;

The Challenges of Education in Central Asia (PB) (International Perspectives on Educational Policy) (Paperback), by Stephen P Heyneman (Editor), Alan J DeYoung (Editor), amazon;

UNESCO Literacy.

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