June 10, 2021
A popular profession, a diploma from a foreign higher education institution, and the opportunity to continue your education in a European or American university – is it possible to get everything by studying at a university in Kyrgyzstan? Absolutely, if it is an American university in Central Asia.
AUCA is the first university in Central Asia to teach under the American system of education in the liberal arts. The programs of study are accredited in the United States in a partnership agreement with Bard College. AUCA graduates receive two diplomas at once: a Kyrgyz state diploma, and a diploma accredited in the United States. For many years, the American University in Central Asia has been recognized as the best university in Kyrgyzstan and stays among the top ten universities in the region.
In addition, AUCA has mutually beneficial partnerships with more than 60 international universities around the world, and you will be able to fulfill your dream – to study at a foreign university. The University offers over 50 exchange programs in more than 24 countries around the world: from New York to Berlin, from Seoul to St. Petersburg. This is a great opportunity for AUCA students to explore and discover the world.
The University cooperates with outstanding American universities such as Stetson University (SU), The University of Central Florida (UCF), Indiana University (IU), The University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign (Illinois), and The University of Massachusetts Boston (UMASS).
AUCA also develops partnerships with universities in France, Germany, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Norway, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Denmark, Hungary, Croatia, Italy, Slovakia, Japan, South Korea, China and the CIS countries. These include – Sciences Po University (France), University of Lille (France), IESEG School of Management (France), Tubingen University (Germany), Marburg University (Germany), Magdeburg University (Germany), Goethe–Frankfurt University (Germany), Rheinwall University of Applied Sciences (Germany), Bard College Berlin (Germany), Poznan University of Economics and Business (Poland), Gdansk University (Poland), Norwegian University of Life Sciences (Norway), HAN/Arnhem Business School (Netherlands), University of Trento (Italy), Southern Denmark University (Denmark), EU Business School (Switzerland).
The University has the opportunity to send students to study at partner universities abroad each academic semester or academic year, offering scholarship programs upon their availability.