Study in Uzbekistan

While thinking about international studies destinations, Uzbekistan now remains one of the international destinations that come in the mind of many overseas students. This Central Asian country is much appealing for the overseas students.  International students planning to study here get access to several things including qualified faculty members, comprehensive support services, active social life, vibrant atmosphere, and much more.

Admission Process

Candidates planning to study here can browse through thousands of programs offered by the universities here. Each university has a different application process and application deadline, so it is advisable to refer to the official website of the university you are planning to apply at. For instance some institutions need work experience and a GMAT score with mandatory with 1st class degree while the SAT is required for other universities. Once you have chosen the institute or university that you want to study in, you can apply online.

Requirements for admission there

  • Passport photo
  • Record of completed upper secondary (high school) education
  • Photocopy of valid passport
  • Personal ID card
  • Visa
  • Health and medical certificate, etc.

Students VISA Requirements

Candidates applying here need to produce a copy of the letter of invitation from inviting partners, college/institute. Two photographs, passport with at least one blank page to affix the visa and be valid 90 days more than the period of stay in Uzbekistan.

Tuition Fees

The average tuition fees in Uzbekistan vary from each program. For specialties like General Medicine and Pharmacy, on the Master’s level, the average tuition fee would be $3100-3500 per year. For specialties in nursing (Bachelor’s level) it is $2200-2300 per year. Pursuing a specialty in pharmacy (Bachelor’s degree) course is almost $2200-2300 per year. While clinical residency costs would be almost $2500 each while post-graduate work is around $3000 per year in US dollars.