Bukhara State University

Bukhara State University (BSU) is one of the largest scientific and academic centers of Uzbekistan. It has about 7500 students in 7 faculties. BSU offers academic programmes at all levels: from vocational training to post-doctoral studies, including bachelor, master, graduate and post-graduate courses. Long-term scientific and educational international cooperation is based upon direct agreements with many universities and research institutes of the world. BSU is selected by the Ministry of Higher Education as one of the basis universities for the development of international relations and appointed as a member of Council for the Development of International Relations of Uzbek HEIs. Within this membership, BSU is developing recommendations in this sphere for other universities of the republic. So far BSU has participated in 10 Tempus and 8 Erasmus Mundus projects. At the moment BSU is participating in 3 Tempus and 2 Erasmus Mundus projects.


Karakalpak State University

Karakalpak State UniversityKarakalpak State University (KKSU) named after Berdakh was found in 1976. It is biggest academic and research center of the Karakalpakstan, which is the north-west region of the Uzbekistan. There are more than 6000 students pursuing 40 majors of underground program (bachelour) and 22 minors of masters degree. It consists 8 faculty (facultet) and 40 departments.


Urgench State University

Urgench State UniversityIn 1992, February 28, according to the 356 decree of the president of Uzbekistan, Urgench State University named after Al-Khorezmiy was founded on the basis of the Khorezm State Pedagogical Institute. There are 33 Bachelor degree programs and 9 Master degree programs. Faculties: Physics and Mathematics, Philology and Art, Foreign Languages, Natural science and Geography, Pedagogy, History, Economics, Chemistry and Technics, Physical Culture

Total number of students is 7056; Number of foreign students is 29.

There are 470 teachers-professors, 23 of them are doctor- professors, 173 are assistant professors, and 264 of them are teachers and assistant teachers.

There are 160 of teacher-professors who were retrained and improved their professional skill last three years and among them 43 abroad. During 2011 were published 634 scientific articles, 9 monographs, 4 books and 18 academic methodical.


Tashkent State Technical University

Tashkent State Technical University named after Abu Raykhan Beruni has solid experience of partnership in many joint projects. In the University there has been worked out the actions plan for the targeting to widen the scope of scientific researches, sophistication of preparing the highly qualified scientific and scientific-pedagogic personnel, and on the systematic base attract students into the conducted scientific and research works. In this area the departments has considerable both research, education and practical applied experience. The department has also a long history of cooperation with EU universities and is familiar with the situation in Central Asia. At present, there are 58 departments in 7 faculties, whereby 735 professors and teachers including 6 academicians of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, 74 Doctors of Sciences and 314 Candidates of Sciences are training more than ten thousand students.


National University of Uzbekistan

National University of UzbekistanThe National University of Uzbekistan (NUUz) was established in 1918, it is the oldest university in Uzbekistan, it has 13 faculties. The staff of the Department of Applied Ecology responsible for the project has a good experience in the field of Environmental education and Education for sustainable development, since 2000 they have been working on development of various textbooks, tutorials, training courses, and study programs in the above mentioned area at national and regional level. Projects made by project staff include Creation of tutorial for high school “Ecology, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development” (UNESCO project);

  • Creation of Uzbek version of UNESCO multimedia program Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future;
  • Development manual for school teachers “Education for Sustainable Development” (UNESCO project);
  • Training for school teachers “Sustainable Development in Curriculum”, in EarthWatch Institute project; and several other projects.