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Higher education abroad: how do Uzbek citizens get it?

One of the topical issues among the country's youth is studying abroad. Many young men and women prefer to get higher education abroad. By what means does this happen and what do graduates do after the end of international educational institutions? Where do they find work?

The Deputy Minister of Higher and Secondary Special Education, Mirabbos Inoyatov, told about it to journalists of “Pravda Vostoka”.

- Currently, the training of citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad occurs primarily through a private line, that is, at the expense of the citizens themselves. This is, first of all, the universities of such countries as the Russian Federation, the United States, Britain, France, Lithuania, Latvia, Malaysia and others. It can be assumed that several tens of thousands of citizens have recently used this type of study. For example, only in Russia today about 15 thousand people study, in Latvia - more than 1000, in Malaysia - about 1000, which are trained at their own expense.

There are a number of states where universities, mostly private ones, grant grants for long-term education, even if you apply as a private person. These include the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Germany, Romania, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia and many others. In most cases, the grant covers the cost of training, while the student pays for an international flight, dormitory accommodation, meals and other expenses.

In the conditions when the international communications of universities are developing very intensively, a large number of university students leave for the purpose of short-term or long-term study, internship, participation in language courses at the invitation of various foreign universities. In this case, the cost of training is fully or partially covered by a foreign institution of higher education. The contractual and legal basis for such ties is intergovernmental or interdepartmental cooperation agreements.

Such agreements are concluded between the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the governments of Germany, Italy, Greece, China, South Korea, Malaysia, Latvia, the Sultanate of Oman, India, Russia and several other countries.

In addition, several hundred cooperation agreements have been concluded between the universities of the Republic of Uzbekistan and foreign countries. They also provide for the training of students, most often for one year, in various areas of education. The most famous examples of such contacts are visits of students for study in Japan, South Korea, China, Germany, France, Indonesia, Malaysia and so on.

With the European Union, since 1996, there is an Agreement on partnership and cooperation, where there is a provision on cooperation in the field of education. There are several programs, such as Tempus, Erasmus Mundus, the Framework Program (scientific research), training in doctoral studies, internships, training courses and so on for several hundred people for one year.

The Republic of Uzbekistan currently prefers studying abroad in the field of engineering and technical specialties, innovative technologies, although training takes place in various areas, such as teaching foreign languages, economics, business management, and so on.

As a rule, graduates of foreign universities are in demand and always get a job after passing the procedure of diploma nostrification.
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