Student clubs exist to give participants opportunities to develop interests and skills in many different activities. Clubs increase conviviality among students and a sense of pride in AUCA. Participation in club activities can also sharpen a student’s knowledge and experience in a particular area of expertise. Active involvement demonstrates to prospective employers’ commitment to extra-curricular responsibilities.

Clubs are recognized and registered through the Student Life Office.  In order to register a new club, students must get an application form from Student Life Officer and return the completed form with the electronic version. A club can be started by a student, faculty, or staff member. Clubs may request money from the Student Senate budget.

How to Start a New Club?

In order to register a new club, you need to come and see the Student Life Officer or write an e-mail, requesting an application form for clubs. She/He will send you an application form for clubs. In this form, you need to answer the following questions and send them to the e-mail:

Club's name

  • Club’s Goals;
  • Activities of the club;
  • Projects (if any);
  • The main coordinator/leader? (Name, department, ID, phone number and email address);
  • Name, departments, phone numbers (optional) and email addresses of the members (should be more than three);
  • How other students can become a member of your club or membership requirements.


Registered Student Clubs may request financial support from the Student Senate budget.

*Due to the online fall semester 2020 we encourage to register clubs that are able to manage activities online, other clubs will have a chance to register as soon AUCA goes offline. 

CLUBS 2020-2021



  • Create long-lasting solutions that would improve the social, economic, and ecological aspects for the local community;
  • Organize educational training, mentorship programs;
  • Develop new business models;
  • Create a community of new business leaders;
  • Have a network of the best businessman and leaders of the country.

Contacts: Aisuluu Tokmanbetova

2. Debate Club

The debate club is one of the biggest clubs at AUCA and one of the best debate clubs in Bishkek.
Our goals are to improve:

  • Critical thinking
  • Public speaking
  • Communication skills

Contacts: Valeriya Tyan


3. NeoBis

We enhance students’ hard skills and provide real software product development experience. Within a short amount of time, students will become more professionally skilled and will be able to meet the job market’s expectations in the IT-sphere.

  • Organization of masterclasses on project management, design, and coding. Each student gets a mentor for their further development

Contacts: Aigul Saparova


4. Global Citizenship club

  • Promote Global Citizenship Education among students;
  • Raise awareness of people about the social issues of Central Asia Help students discuss their projects and plans with other students and find interested partners from different countries to work with;
  • Motivate them to start their own social projects.

Contacts: Saida Mousavi


5. AUCA TEDx club

“Ideas Worth Spreading”

  • Train public speaking, delivery techniques, effective presentation skills;
  • Showing and interpreting TEDx shows;
  • Organizing dialogues on international issues.

Contacts: Abdul Ali Ismailzada


6. "Prometheus" AUCA Quiz club

  • Organization of quizzes on various topics which will be given before the actual date of the quiz;
  • Meetings to discuss topics for the upcoming quizzes.

Contacts: Dinmukhamet Igissinov


7. AUCA “Green Community”

  • The club offers programs and activities to encourage others to reduce pollution, how to recycle, reduce waste, plant trees, and more;
  • Work to contribute to improving the environmental conditions of AUCA as well as Bishkek;
  • Meeting with members and be aware of environmental problems;
  • Watching documentaries about plastic/ educate ourselves with today’s environmental issues;
  • Make some workshops/activities to reduce plastic bags in the city;
  • Take actions to inform people about climate change.

Contacts: Mumina A.


8. AUCA Accounting Club

  • Provide all students of AUCA with advice, support, and resources regarding career development and professional certification in accounting, audit, and finance spheres;
  • Organize guest lectures with trainers from different companies, HR managers, which will help students to be more prepared for the after-graduation process of employment.

Contacts: Aiana Rysbekova


9. Human Rights Without Borders (HRWB)

  • Encouraging students to get involved in volunteer activities inside and outside of the university;
  • Connect inspiring role models to help students and club members to learn more about human rights;
  • Popularizing the Human rights department among AUCA students;
  • Promoting human rights;
  • Connect journalists, lawyers, NGO founders with club members, and the AUCA community.

Contacts: Shigofa Jamal


10. FLEX Volunteering Club

  • Promote the spirit of volunteerism and support vulnerable communities in Bishkek and suburban areas;
  • Launching an online mentoring program - engaging high school students with AUCA students.

Contacts: Aidin Turganbekov


11. InnoLab

  • Develop modern solutions for solving relevant issues;
  • Create and develop projects, based on the innovative technologies, integrate them into different branches of students' activities, contribute them to the AUCA society.

Contacts: Yerkebulan Askarbekov


12. Low-Key Introverts

  • Make introverted students feel accepted and empowered in AUCA

Contacts: Valeriia Radchenko


13. Midnight club

  • Organize useful leisure during the quarantine;
  • Help to discover people's creativity, organize it, and systematize it;
  • Masterclasses on digital drawing in photoshop, making sketchbooks, drawing anime and manga, Comics, Art therapy, etc.

Contacts: Aizada Sulaimankulova


14. Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Hub

  • Created in the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network’s “SDG Students Program”;
  • Semi-physical, semi-virtual space in which we bring university students together to learn about, engage with, and take action on the SDGs;
  • An online platform that allows Hub Members to meet and interact with one another across countries and continents.

Contacts: Samar Kanatov

AUCA doesn’t open students’ clubs, YOU do it!
AUCA just supports them!

If you want to open a new club in AUCA, you are very welcome to do that! We support all ideas and interests that can develop AUCA student society.

American University of Central Asia
7/6 Aaly Tokombaev Street
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic 720060

Tel.: +996 (312) 915000 + Еxt.
Fax: +996 (312) 915 028