The Alumni Relations Office is excited to announce a new scholarship. Avazbek Kamalov (IBL’17) established a scholarship for the IBL students. The Avazbek Kamalov Scholarship amount is 1000 USD per year and will be granted to support one IBL student.
The deadline is February 12, 2023 and all the statements should be send to email@example.com
The AUCA Alumni Relations Office is delighted to open a call for applications for the Batken Girls’ Empowerment Scholarship for one female student from Batken region. This scholarship has been initiated by Kamilya Kadyrova - Director of the New Generation Academy, Assistant Professor, and AUCA Alumna 2022 (Summa Cum Laude, GPA 4.0), MA in Talent Management and Human Potential Development.
The scholarship will grant 500 USD this year in support of one AUCA student.
Duration: 1 academic year
Jypar Kerimalieva’s Scholarship in support of the AUCA IBL Program Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Team.
We are thrilled to announce the establishment of a special scholarship for the AUCA IBL students named after Jypar Kerimalieva. This scholarship has been initiated by the daughter of Jypar Kerimalieva - Gulnaz Naamatova, an IBL graduate (Summa cum laude) of 2009. Gulnaz Naamatova wants to pay tribute to all women on her way, who are helping and supporting her. The key woman in her life is her mother, Jypar Kerimalieva, who is a doctor, an entrepreneur, and a philanthropist. In 2001 Jypar Kerimalieva established a group of medical companies, including the Express Plus laboratory and Avicenna medical clinic.
Alumni Relations Office of AUCA opens a competition among AUCA students for Alumni Scholarship 2021!
Funded by donations from AUCA alumni, the Alumni Scholarship is awarded to full-time undergraduate students who demonstrate academic excellence and a commitment to community service as well as the potential to help in building strong AUCA alumni communities around the world after graduation.
A maximum of 10 scholarships is available for the 2020-2021 Academic Year. The scholarships will cover part of the tuition fee in the amount of up to $2,000.
The American University of Central Asia is pleased to announce the start of the fundraising drive for a new scholarship fund in memory of Fatima Khalil to commemorate her rich but all too brief life.
Fatima double majored in Human rights and Anthropology and graduated in 2019. She was a very active student and a fierce advocate for human and women’s rights. Upon graduation, she returned to Afghanistan. Tragically, she was murdered by a car bomb in Kabul on June 27, 2020, while on her way to work.