In the Media
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KTRK: Regional Civil Society Conference ‘New Pathways to Development’
The Kyrgyz National TV and Radio Broadcasting Corporation (KTRK) aired a television report in Kyrgyz about the University of Central Asia's (UCA) Regional Civil Society Conference ‘New Pathways to Development’ on May 17th 2019.
ELTR TV: UCA's Cooperative Education Programme
Myrza Karimov, Head of the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Cooperative Education Programme, and Azis Abakirov, Head of the Kyrgyz Software and Services Developers Association, discussed UCA and its unique co-operative education programme, which is aimed at preparing job-ready graduates.
CABAR.asia: Dr. Shamsh Kassim-Lakha: It is Important to Involve the Community in Decision-Making
«It is important to involve the community in decision-making. You cannot go to some community and say we think you need a water canal here or you need the school here or you need health centre there. They have to tell us what is needed», – notes Dr Shamsh Kassim-Lakha, the head of the Aga Khan Development Network Representative Office in the Kyrgyz Republic, the chairman of the Board of the University of Central Asia, in the interview for CABAR.asia.
NTC TV: Future of Tourism in Kyrgyzstan
Nazgul Jenish, author of the University of Central Asia’s Institute of Public Policy and Administration research paper on the ‘Tourism Sector in Kyrgyzstan: Trends and Challenges’ (http://bit.ly/WP42-Tourism), was a guest on the NTC Television programme “Real Economy” on February 6th 2019.
Maral Radio: Education Sphere in Kyrgyzstan
Mr. Kudaiberdi Kojobekov, Deputy Minister of Education of the Kyrgyz Republic and Mr. Myrza Karimov, Head of the University of Central Asia's Cooperative Education Programme discussed the state of education in Kyrgyzstan in MARAL FM. The 49-minute programme was aired in January in Kyrgyz.
Next TV: Students Should Start Preparing Early For University Admissions
“When choosing a University, students should focus on quality over quantity,” said Myrza Karimov, Head of UCA’s Co-operative Education Programme during an interview on Next TV. “The University of Central Asia designed its educational programmes to incorporate international standards and the needs of the Central Asian region. Courses are taught by qualified faculty in state-of-the art facilities, and the University offers a co-operative education programme for students to gain valuable work experience and life skills each summer.”
Badakhshan TV: Khorog Open Doors
The University of Central Asia (UCA) welcomed over 4,900 guests to the Khorog Campus in Tajikistan from the Khorog community and surrounding districts on November 10-11. Guests toured the campus facilities and met UCA students and faculty over the two days.
Swiss Glacier Holds World's Largest Postcard
A series of 125,000 postcards and drawings about climate change were put on display on the shrinking Aletsch Glacier in the Swiss Alps. Children from Kyrgyzstan contributed to this giant postcard as part of the World Mountain Forum 2018, co-hosted by UCA in Bishkek in October.
Badakhshan TV: Festival of Healthy Living
Badakhshan TV visited the University of Central Asia’s 'Festival of Healthy Living' at the Khorog Campus in Tajikistan on Sunday November 4th 2018.
BBC Persian: University of Central Asia
The British Broadcasting Company (BBC Persian) visited the University of Central Asia’s (UCA) campus in Khorog, Tajikistan following the formal inauguration of the Campus in September 2018. They produced a special news report in Farsi on UCA featuring students, staff and faculty.