Management? Growth and development? Leadership?
If you are interested in these topics, you will learn and be challenged by the Business Administration Program at the International University of Central Asia.
Head of Department — Gerald Priest — is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and the University of Nottingham. He has more than 20 years of experience in higher education, business and organizational management.
BA has accredited by accreditation agency — EdNet!
FEATURES: Our Business Administration program, taught by a highly qualified and experienced team of teachers, provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to work in both domestic and international companies. Features of our program include:
Courses in a range of economic and business disciplines
Internationally-recognized certification in Logistics
Interactive teaching methods: case analysis, role-playing and situational games;
Lectures and guest lectures from people like successful entrepreneurs and experienced managers of domestic & international companies, leading experts of the World Bank, and members of the Kyrgyz-Russian Fund
Development of practical skills through Internships, Enactus IUCA and our Business Clinic
Students graduating with the ability to perform in both Russian and English work environments
Quality education with a high level of Russian & of English
Skills of a successful leader, manager and entrepreneur
Two official degrees: the state diploma of the Kyrgyz Republic and the IUCA International Diploma.
Education is the development of a person along with the transfer of knowledge. Therefore, we seek to develop graduates who are:
International-level Business Practitioners — graduates who suitably assess and apply problem-solving skills in all the core functional areas of international business including management, logistics, marketing, accounting, finance & economics.
Appropriate solution-creators — using effective critical thinking skills in research, analysis and problem-solving, graduates combine knowledge from multiple disciplines to create time-tested and/or innovative solutions to problems
Effective Communicators — graduates exhibit appropriate Kyrgyz, Russian & English oral and written communication skills, whether in-person or using technology
Quality Global Citizens — graduates assess and balance the various impacts individuals, society and business have in our world.
Team Builders — graduates understand the team process and are able to successfully develop and work in high-performance teams
Reflective Analyzers — graduates appropriately collect, analyze and interpret both quantitative and qualitative data to provide needed information for managerial decisions
Basic Technologists — graduates understand and use appropriate technological solutions to meet the given needs of a business
If you want to become a successful manager or build your own business, join us in the IUCA Business Administration Program!
Instructors in our program include:
Head of the BA program. MBA.
Education: University of North Carolina and the University of Nottingham.
Work experience — 25 years.
IUCA courses: Social Entrepreneurship & CSR, Business and Organizational management, For-profit/non-profit bridging.
Aidai A. Suranaeva
Suranaeva is an instructor in the BA program. MBA.
Education: Kyrgyz National University, faculty «Accounting, analysis and audit». Business school EAE (Spain, Barcelona),International Master’s Degree in Business administration.
Work experience — 7 years.
IUCA courses: Financial and tax control, Business management 1C: Enterprise and SAP, International Management: Inventory Management and purchases (Logistics Certification Program).
Anara M. Abdrazakova
Abdrazakova is a candidate of science in Economics, associate professor.
Education: Frunze Polytechnic Institute, 1990.
Ainura is the director of the LLC «Wow kg tour» travel company.
Work experience — 25 years.
IUCA courses: Marketing, Human Resources, Logistics.
Merim T. Koichueva
Koichueva is a professor in the BA program, Dr. of Economic Sciences.
Education: Kyrgyz State National University named after Balasagyn, Faculty of Economics.
Work experience — 22 years.
IUCA courses: International economic relations, Introduction to management, Thesis Writing.
Elmira K. Adamkulova
Adamkulova is an associate professor – the head of the Economics program. Candidate of Economics. Docent
IUCA courses: accounting, economic analysis, statistics.
Aygul M. Kalchakeeva
Kalchakeeva is a candidate of science in Economics, associate professor, vice-president of IUCA.
Education: Kyrgyz State National University named after Balasagyn, Faculty of Economics and Management , specialty: Economic and social planning.
The Institute of Economics of the National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic (Economics – Post-Graduate Programs) Economic Theory. Training at the Institute of post-graduate education (IHS, Vienna).
Work experience — 19 years.
IUCA courses: Corporate finance, Economic and social planning.
Dikambaev is an instructor in the program, director of National institute of strategic research.
Education: Kyrgyz State National University, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics. Graduated from Institute for Policy Studies, Japan, Tokyo. Expert in the development strategy and state regulation of the economy.
IUCA courses: strategy and tactics of business.
Ulan K. Sarbanov
Sarbanov is a professor in the program, ex-chairman of NBKR, monetary regulation expert and credit policy.
Education: State University of Management, Moscow, Russia, (Thesis: “Monetary Policy in the Transition Economy: A case study of the Kyrgyz Republic”). Pew Economic Freedom Fellowship, School of Foreign Services, Georgetown University, Washington DC.
M.S. in Economics, Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia.
Work experience — 26 years.
IUCA courses: Banking, monetary accommodation.
Galina A. Ershova
Ershova is an instructor in the program. MBA
Education: Kyrgyz State National University named after Balasagyn, faculty of Economics. Academy of higher education «Teachex».
Work experience — 43 years.
IUCA courses: Financial Management, finance and Credit.