International University of Central Asia has received a letter of congratulations on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the University from Minister for Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic Gulmira Kudayberdieva.
«Dear IUCA team,
On behalf of the Ministry of Education and Science, and on my own behalf, I heartily congratulate the teaching staff of IUCA, students and the entire team on the 10th anniversary of the university. IUCA was established in 2008 as a professional institute “Yrayim”, and today it has reached the level of a university. IUCA is one of the universities in Kyrgyzstan which meet the requirements of modernity. At present, the university has 8 programs and trains students not only from Kyrgyzstan, but also from neighboring countries.
Today, about 400 students receive highly professional knowledge in humanities, pedagogy, economics, law, and international relations. At present, the university has 10 foreign partners. The first partners were the North Park University in Chicago and Rockford University in the USA. The fact that you are working, in accordance with the requirements of our time and with international projects, gives a great foundation for the future of your students. The faculty of the university includes outstanding instructors. The university makes a worthy contribution to the training of up-to-date experts. I believe that the university has many possibilities and prepares high-quality specialists who meet the requirements of our time and will be competitive at national and international levels. We are proud of such a tireless, loving team as you, who are actively providing in-depth knowledge to youth and also foster its patriotism. On behalf of the Ministry of Education and Science, I wish to extend my warm congratulations once again on IUCA’s 10th anniversary and wish you success in educating the young generation and may there be many happy days in your university’s life!
Minister for Education and Science of the KR G. K. Kudayberdieva»
Letter of Congratulation (in Kyrgyz, PDF, 111 Kb)