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A Week of Master Classes

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Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT) is pleased to invite you to the first Master classes of our postgraduate courses, taking place from February 4th to February 10th. The Master classes will take the form of a real lesson, with a discussion of one of the topics from the course curriculum.

This event is a great opportunity to explore the programmes and attend a number of presentations and workshops. Moreover, guests will get insight into the WIUT educational programmes by participating in the lessons, interacting with current postgraduates, and speaking with the highly qualified faculty members.

Schedule for the Master classes:

  • YulduzFebruary 4th – Master of Arts (MA) in International Business Management, 18:30-20:30  

    Topic – Personalities and Perception.

    Speaker – Yulduz Yakubova, Course Leader for MA International Business Management and Module Leader for Organisational Behaviour and Leadership module.

    Graduate of Westminster International University in Tashkent. Master of Arts International Business Management.

    Studied MBA Courses at California State Fullerton University

  • OlesyaFebruary 5th – Master of Arts (MA) in Human Resource Management and Talent Development, 18:30-20:30

    Topic – Human Resource Management, Roles and Functions.

    Speaker – Olesya Smagina, Course Leader for MA Human Resource Management and Talent Development and Coordinator of TALENT Project of Erasmus + TALENT at WIUT. 

    Graduate of Westminster International University in Tashkent. Master of Arts International Business Management.

  • volkovaFebruary 6th – Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning, 18:30-20:30

    Topic – Diversity and Inclusive Teaching. 

    Speaker - Elena Volkova, Course Leader for Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning course.

    Graduated of University of Exeter, College of St. Mark and St John, UK. Master of Education, Trainer Development in ELT.

  • KhahramonFebruary 7th – Master of Science (MSc) in Applied Economics, 18:30-20:30

    Topic – Selected topics in Game Theory.

    Speaker – Kakhramon Yusupov, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Economics.

    Graduate of Vanderbilt University, USA. Ph.D. in Economics.

    Graduate of Vanderbilt University, USA. M.A in Economics.

    Graduate of University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Uzbekistan. BA in Economics.

  • KhahramonFebruary 8th – Master of Science (MSc) in Business Intelligence and Analytics, 12:00-14:00

    Topic - Impact of Business Analytics.

    Speaker - Abdumalik Djumanov, Course Leader for MSc in Business Intelligence and Analytics, BIS.

    Graduate of the University of Westminster, UK. MA in Global Business (Entrepreneurship).

    Graduate of School of Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Germany. MBA in Entrepreneurship.

    Graduate of Tashkent State Technical University. PhD (Automation of Technological Processes, Productions and Industries).

    Graduate of Tashkent State Technical University. Engineer in System Engineering.

  • KhahramonFebruary 10th – Master of Laws (LLM) in International Commercial Law, 18:30-20:30

    Topic – Law of International Sales: Current Issues and Developments in the Field.

    Speaker - Khasan Sayfutdinov, Course Leader for LLM in International Commercial Law.

    Graduate of Xiamen University, China. LLM in Commercial and Civil Law.

    Graduate of Xiamen University, China. PhD in International Law.

 

For registration, please go to the following link: https://forms.gle/oD3k7c79k6ZebHJ39

You can register for multiple Master classes.

Please note, the language of instruction is English.

Location: The University's main building at Istiqbol Street, next to the Bahor restaurant.

 

If you have any questions about the upcoming Master classes, please contact us at:

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Phone: (71) 238 74 43

Telegram: (97) 775 86 47

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