The University of Central Asia was established to promote the social and economic development of Central Asia, particularly its mountain communities, by offering an internationally recognised standard of higher education, and helping the peoples of the region to preserve and draw upon their rich cultural traditions as assets for the future.
The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) first campus opened in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic
in 2016, second campus in Khorog, Tajikistan
opened in 2017 and will be followed by Tekeli, Kazakhstan
(2021). Undergraduate students interested in majoring in Engineering Sciences
or Business and Management
will enroll in the campus in Tekeli, Kazakhstan in 2021.
Founded in 2000, the Presidents of the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Kazakhstan, and His Highness the Aga Khan, signed the International Treaty and Charter establishing this secular, private, not for profit University, which was ratified by the respective parliaments and registered with the United Nations.