The State Committee of Uzbekistan on privatization, de-monopolization and Competition Development held talks with representatives of the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT), in which the parties agreed to explore the possibility of establishing a branch in Tashkent.
The meeting was attended by the President of ESMT, Jörg Rohol, as well as heads and officials of the Research and Education Center of Corporate Governance (NOTSKU).
Currently, representatives of ESMT and NOTSKU identified three variants of the MBA program (Master of Business Administration ), the implementation of which will form the basis for international accreditation. A "roadmap" for clear and timely implementation of these goals was developed.
ESMT is an international private business school, which opened in 2002 by the initiative of the largest German companies. There are MBA programs, Executive MBA, and Executive Education programs available at ESMT. In addition, the school has research and consulting fascilities, specializing in the analysis of economic competition and legal regulation.