Additional Mathematics Exam

6 July 2018, 7:44 am

Dear applicants,
Due to high demand for additional Mathematics Entrance Exam the University has made a decision to run an additional exam. The additional and final Mathematics Entrance Exam will be held on 30th of July. The deadline for registration is 22nd of July. Registration opens on the 15th of July. All applicants are advised to register at the earliest opportunity as places are limited.

Additional Mathematics Exam

6 July 2018, 7:37 am

Dear applicants,

Due to high demand for additional Mathematics Entrance Exam the University has made a decision to run an additional exam. The additional and final Mathematics Entrance Exam will be held on 30th of July. The deadline for registration is 22nd of July. Registration opens on the 15th of July. All applicants are advised to register at the earliest opportunity as places are limited.

Westminster International University is happy to share that our lecturer Firuza Bobokulova was appointed as a court member at ICC International Court of Arbitration. International Court of Arbitration is the world’s leading arbitral institution established in Paris, France that has been existing since 1923.

This is the first time in the history for a member being appointed from Uzbekistan. As such, Firuza may get involved as an arbitrator in, usually, multi-million worth international commercial disputes for, at least, coming three years. Firuza did her both Bachelors and Masters at WIUT and have been teaching at Commercial Law Course for 5 years.


As she told in her interview she always strived for becoming professional in law. "In my childhood I always dreamt about becoming a journalist or someone like this. I mean I did not know for sure whom to become and I was kind of jumping from one profession to another. However, when I was studying at school, I always wanted to become an international journalist and additionally I was always interested in law. But as years passed my interest in the social subjects grew higher and higher. Furthermore, I was always very much interested in English language. But later it happened so that I regularly participated in different kind of competitions at school like subject olympiada etc.

So I participated in all of them, in all subjects. And I always took the first places. However since my major interest was English I wanted to participate mainly in competitions of this subject, but once my law teacher came and asked me to participate in the competition in law and he said: “With only language I would not succeed much, if I knew the language and I had some kind of another specialty in that case I would go further.” Then I thought for a while and I agreed and took part at that competition at school level and later I started preparing for the city level.

My teacher was a really great teacher, he did very good job in terms of preparing. While preparing, I had to learn all the articles of the Constitution by heart, I had to read a lot of laws and during this process I became more and more interested in law and then I took part in those several competitions related to law. I always got the first places. After some time “love” appeared, and I felt that knowing law and becoming a lawyer, someone specialist in law would give me much more than the journalist or something else. Hence by that time I had already fallen in love with law. After some time I went to the US and I started there as an exchange student for a year and I chose different subjects based on law and then participated also again in many different kind of competitions and at that time I felt that my path was law, I determined that law was my future.

Since childhood, I always dreamt about such university like WIUT, where there is international standard quality of education and where specializations are taught in a foreign language. When WIUT was opened I was very happy, because I was expecting so much such kind of University. Therefore, when I applied to this university and when I was finishing my CIFS year which was foundation year, my parents wanted me to choose another course, but no, because of my love to law, I chose it. Based on different case scenario, based on real life events I saw that knowledge of law could save the lives of millions people. So, law is my destiny. It has already become my life destiny."


Uzbekistan women in STEM: meeting with Nargiza Kushakova

4 July 2018, 9:11 am

On 30th of June, Westminster International University in Tashkent welcomed Nargiza Kushakova, Territory business manager at Cisco. During the meeting Nargiza told about her education, experience in science, and how women can successfully combine work and family.

Nargiza develops her career in one of the leading global companies in telecommunications - Cisco, starting her professional path as an intern and  as now holding responsibility for company operations in regions of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.

Throughout over 12 years career in telecommunications Nargiza evolved professionally just as her company from telephony to scalable telecommunication stsems for large enterprises, covering requirements for security, reliability and durability. She started working as a systems engineeer and now is responsible for business operations and sales in region and overall for the strategy development on trusted territories. 

Nargiza holds bachelor and masters degrees from Tashkent University of Information Technologies and also continued her research and teaching activities during her postgraduate studies.

Nargiza is not only the example of a successful woman in telecommunications, but also example of technology engineering employee who is also effective in performing tasks on operations, sales and regional business development.

This meeting was organized in the framework of "Uzbekistan women in STEM" project, which aims on raising awareness  for the issue of small population of female students and workforce in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields, motivating and spreading success stories of 12 women of Uzbekistan who brilliantly developed their careers in STEM and brainstorming and discussion of challenges of women career development and education in STEM. It is implemented through organization of monthly events in a form of panel discussion and interview with 12 women in STEM, informal discussions, Q&A.

Robotics Summer School

2 July 2018, 12:30 pm

From 5 till 29th of June Westminster International University in Tashkent students took part in Robotics Summer School. The project undertaken was approved by industrial partner and therefore had a real life application.

The robotics is the branch of the computer science, the mechanical engineering, and the electrical engineering that deals with the construction, the design, the operation and the application of robots as well as the computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.


The course was seen as an initial step in transforming WIUT into the Smart University. Smart university is an emerging and rapidly evolving area that creatively integrates innovative concepts; smart software and hardware systems; smart classrooms with state-of-the-art technologies and technical platforms; smart pedagogy based on modern teaching and learning strategies; smart learning and academic analytics; as well as various branches of computer science and computer engineering.


Durdona Bakhronova, the participant of the course, stated that she found her strong passion to robotics during INHA’s “Women Techmaker’s” conference. This  drove her later to apply for the project. Before that, she already had some experience and knowledge in this area. “It was really amazing, and at the same time, unexpected to have such a practical summer course in here. At the beginning we really started to develop and create, while I thought that there will be just theories, and it will be boring maybe. It was really fun to make the all robotics staff and writing a code for the hardware. ”- she says.

Research seminar by Przemyslaw Ozierski

29 June 2018, 3:53 am

On 28th of June, Przemyslaw Ozierski – WIUT Research Visiting Fellow presented his research at WIUT. Przemyslaw Ozierski is Ph.D. Student of Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), Moscow, Russia. His research interests focus on the development of One Belt and One Road Initiative (OBOR) as the stimulus of cooperation between Central Asian states, with special emphasis on China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Railway project and its prospects. During the seminar, Mr. Ozierski talked about benefits of OBOR projects, challenges, central role of Uzbekistan in OBOR and IT development between Central Asia and China. The seminar followed Q&A session, where WIUT students and staff could find answers from expert on trade between Central Asia and China, and steps for OBOR.

International Board Experience Programme 2018

26 June 2018, 3:17 am

On 25th of June WIUT had started the International Board Experience Programme. The participants were welcomed by Rector, Dr. Komiljon Karimov and the First deputy rector Alan France. The meeting continued with students’ presentations about Uzbekistan and the university. Following the presentations, students were discussing local culture and major business trends of the country. Within the framework of this program, the participants had a trip to Samarqand. This year the program is focused on the economy, particularly the banking sphere. Thus, the board members had a seminar on Introduction to the Universal Bank and presentation of the clients issues. The upcoming plans of the board includes a various field trips, and a deep discussions about this sphere.

Creative Industry Management summer school’s award ceremony

25 June 2018, 6:16 am

On 21st of June the summer school - CREATIVE INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT was officially closed. The pilot project was a success thanks to the organizers- Alisher Sabirov, Art and Culture Development Foundation, administration of the Museum of Contemporary Art "Garage", the administration of the Focus School, and all the participants.

The school’s purpose was to develop creative industry management area in Uzbekistan, to promote the social engagement the Uzbek youth. The upcoming project is going to be a master’s program- Creative Industry Management. 

One of the school's members- Oydina Aliyeva, shared her experinece about the University's summer school programme.” From the first day I was astonished by the immensity of the project, in the literal sense of the word, that included foreign spesialist particularly from Moscow. It is a very different level, I would say. I have learned a lot, especially, that my knowledge in this area is only at it's starting point, and that I still have a lot of work to do to reach my goals of a better understanding in this area. “- she says.  Oydina believes that the taught program covers a considerably larger amount of information. “It is like when someone puts a lot of delicious food in front of you, and you want to eat it all, but you can’t”- she laughs.

Guest Lecture by Dr. Akbar Rasulov

21 June 2018, 12:45 pm

On Thursday, 21st of June, Dr. Akbar Rasulov, a senior lecturer in Public International Law of the University of Glasgow gave a lecture on State Responsibility and WTO. Both topics are important, and students were highly recommend to attend the lecture, especially for those who study commercial law.  Two hours passed in a moment. Dr. Rasulov is a graduate of University of World Economy and Diplomacy, and his lecture was organized with the help of the UWED. 


Guest Lecture by SAP CIS Marketing Director Sergey Pankratov

20 June 2018, 9:57 am

On 20th of June, Sergey Pankratov, SAP CIS Marketing Director, gave a lecture at Westminster International University in Tashkent. 

Possessing outstanding experience of 20 years in the field of Marketing with the vast scope of his activities starting from local, regional to international markets, the guest shared his views and knowledge on topic “The role of digital transformation. Are we in Matrix?” His contributions to the leading companies such as “Danone”, “Nestle”, “Evyap”, “EFES International” would best illustrate his expertise and knowledge in his activity.