Past Events

Online talk by Dr Gaybullaeva Yulduz (Webster University, Tashkent)

Online talk by Dr Gaybullaeva Yulduz (Webster University, Tashkent)

National clothes of Uzbek women in XIX-XX centuries and what it tells us about the societal changes – 21st May 2021, 3.30PM – 4.45PM (London) /7.30PM – 8.45PM…

Webinar featuring Sir Suma Chakrabarti on March 31

Webinar featuring Sir Suma Chakrabarti on March 31

Members of the British-Uzbek Society are invited to join a forthcoming webinar featuring Sir Suma Chakrabarti, who will provide his assessment of efforts to reform the diverse economy of…

BUS membership is open to all

Our current members include individual professionals in various fields, students and “interested members of the public”. We also offer academic and non-profit institutions membership to cultural and educational institutions and corporate membership to companies and corporations with business interests in the region. So join us and let us together…

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Higher Education in Uzbekistan

Higher Education in Uzbekistan

Education in Uzbekistan has a long history. During the medieval Islamic period important madrassas (Islamic colleges) where established in this area. These institutions continued to enjoy a reputation for excellence until the early modern period. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, under Tsarist rule, a number of Russian, and mixed ‘Russo-Native’ schools and colleges…