Two students of the Presidential School in Namangan were admitted to universities of Great Britain.
The Agency for Development of Presidential, Creative and Specialized Schools (PIIMA) and the NGO Action Group (Edu-Action) signed a memorandum of cooperation.
Graduates of four Presidential schools with certificates of general secondary education will receive A-level certificates, which allow entering universities in the UK and other countries of the world.
The MOU has been signed during the visit of Afghanistan Government delegation to Tashkent.
By the Government Resolution starting from the 2021/2022 academic year, on the basis of the Forestry College of the Tashkent region, a Forestry Technical School will be created under the State Forestry Committee.
In accordance with the Law, the forms of education in Uzbekistan are:
Art and Culture Development Foundation under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan presents a project for reconstruction of the Republican Children's Library.
A specialized school for the advanced study of information and communication technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi established cooperation with the world-famous company EPAM Systems.
The Government adopted the Resolution “On measures to establish a branch of the University of economics and technology of Turkey in Tashkent”.
Deputy Prime Minister Behzod Musayev has informed about this at the online briefing on preparation and conduction of admission to universities for the 2020/2021 academic year.