Entrepreneurship? Management? Marketing? Logistics? Leadership?
If you are interested in these topics, you will learn and be challenged by the Economics &
Business Administration Program at the International University of Central Asia.
Business Administration program: 580700 «Business Administration», specialization
Economics program: 580100 «Economics», specialization «Finance and credit»
We believe education is the development of a person more than simply the transfer of
knowledge. Therefore, we seek to develop graduates who are:
● International-level Business Practitioners – graduates 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 quantitative and
qualitative data to collect, understand and interpret data
● Basic Technologists – graduates understand and use appropriate technological
solutions to meet the given needs of a business
In 2018, both the Business Administration and Economics Programs successfully passed
accreditation by accreditation agency EdNet!
FEATURES OF OUR PROGRAMS:
- Two official degrees: the state diploma of the Kyrgyz Republic and the IUCA
- Courses taught by a highly qualified and experienced team of teachers. This provide
students with knowledge and skills necessary to work in both domestic and
- Internationally-recognized certification in Logistics & Supply-Chain Management
- Interactive teaching methods: case analysis, role-playing and situational games;
- Lectures and guest lectures from people like successful entrepreneurs, 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
- Students graduating with the ability to work in Kyrgyz, Russian and English work environments
Formation of managerial skills of business companies and development of green entrepreneurial thinking.
Shaping knowledge from multiple disciplines to create time-tested and/or innovative solutions to problems.
Formation of skills for effective integration of the best international practices and domestic experience.
No. 1. Demonstrate the skills of organizing and managing projects, find approaches to their implementation;
No. 2. Describe the process of making an investment decision and explain the feasibility of its use using modern educational and information technologies;
No. 3. Compare the feasibility of using innovative / traditional solutions;
No. 4. Apply basic fundamental knowledge in solving professional problems;
No. 5. Justify the application of one or another international practice in the management of a commercial organization;
No. 6. Check and evaluate business processes and, if necessary, model new ones.
No. 7. Assess the economic and social conditions for doing business.
No. 8. Justify business goals and determine how to achieve them.
No. 9. Analyze trends and prospects for the development of green economy tools at the present stage.
Abdukarimova Aygul Ahmatovna
Candidate of science in Economics
Education: Kyrgyz State National University, Faculty of Economics
Education: 1) M.S. in Economics, Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia; 2) Candidate of Science, The State University of Management, Moscow, Russia; 3) Pew Economic Freedom Fellowship, School of Foreign Services, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA
IUCA courses: Financial Markets & Institutions, International Industrial Economics, Monetary Accommodation, Micro & Macro-Economics
Associate-professor of the Business Administration and Economics programs
Candidate of science in Economics
Education: International Academy of Management, Law, Finance and Business, Faculty: Economic Specialty: “Accounting, Analysis and Audit”