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About Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad Al-Khwarizmi

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Students looking for great engineering and computer science programs need to look no further than Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi.

At its founding in 1955, TUIT was initially a small community of electrotechnical communications and science lovers eager to bring their knowledge to bear on the world. Today, TUIT has evolved into an educational behemoth, with some 2,000 faculty members and more than 26,067 undergraduate and graduate students. 
Today, TUIT’s motto of “Build future with digital education” has taken it far. Most university rankings place TUIT among the best universities in Uzbekistan, and famous alumni include Abdulla Aripov Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan, who graduated with a degree in electrotechnical communications engineering in 1983.

Education Cluster

University shows the cluster character including 6 branches, 14 professional technical colleges, 6 academic lyceums, and non-degree education centers. This means the university provides IT education for a variety of ages and knowledge groups.

TUIT has campuses in 6 different cities of Uzbekistan, which occupies an entire territory of the country with IT higher education and research. These cities are Samarkand, Karshi, Urgench, Nukus, Fergana, and Nurafshan

Teaching

TUIT is now an independent, coeducational endowed university organized into 9 faculties (Computer Engineering; Software Engineering; Cybersecurity; Telecommunication Technologies; Television technologies; Radio and Mobile Communication; Economics and Management it ICT; Vocational Education in ICT), and 62-degree  programs are taught in these faculties ;

For undergraduates, TUIT has a joint program with the Belarussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics. Based on the 2+2 scheme, the joint program offers major programs on Software engineering, Programmable mobile systems, and artificial intelligence.

For graduates, the university cooperates with the Klagenfurt University of Austria to create talents in both hardware and software of information and communication technologies.    

Student life

Student life at TUIT serves up opportunities to discover new interests and passions galore, through a wide diversity of social, political, religious, and cultural activities. TUIT has more than 70 clubs and societies, including engineering project teams, community service organizations, and charitable projects. Approximately 30 percent of TUIT undergraduates join a sports team, and with 33 variety sports, TUIT boasts one of the broadest intercollegiate athletic programs in the country.

Alumni

As a graduate of TUIT, you will join a lifelong community of more than 10,000 like-minded people from across the world. This professional and social network provides a lifetime of support with clubs and contacts across the world and a range of groups and resources online. For a taste of what our alumni are doing today, see our monthly update where they share their experiences, showcase their career paths, and impart their wisdom.

Collaborations and international partnerships

The university established cooperation with 72 universities, 8 research centers, 14 enterprises, and organizations from 35 foreign countries (South Korea, Japan, Germany, France, the USA, India, etc.), and 94 cooperation agreements and a memorandum of understanding were signed on mutual understanding. Our students are crucial to our continued success and development and, along with our staff, they forge research links through regular travel and overseas exchanges. 

About Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad Al-Khwarizmi

Study with us

Students looking for great engineering and computer science programs need to look no further than Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi.

At its founding in 1955, TUIT was initially a small community of electrotechnical communications and science lovers eager to bring their knowledge to bear on the world. Today, TUIT has evolved into an educational behemoth, with some 2,000 faculty members and more than 26,067 undergraduate and graduate students. 
Today, TUIT’s motto of “Build future with digital education” has taken it far. Most university rankings place TUIT among the best universities in Uzbekistan, and famous alumni include Abdulla Aripov Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan, who graduated with a degree in electrotechnical communications engineering in 1983.

Education Cluster

University shows the cluster character including 6 branches, 14 professional technical colleges, 6 academic lyceums, and non-degree education centers. This means the university provides IT education for a variety of ages and knowledge groups.

TUIT has campuses in 6 different cities of Uzbekistan, which occupies an entire territory of the country with IT higher education and research. These cities are Samarkand, Karshi, Urgench, Nukus, Fergana, and Nurafshan

Teaching

TUIT is now an independent, coeducational endowed university organized into 9 faculties (Computer Engineering; Software Engineering; Cybersecurity; Telecommunication Technologies; Television technologies; Radio and Mobile Communication; Economics and Management it ICT; Vocational Education in ICT), and 62-degree  programs are taught in these faculties ;

For undergraduates, TUIT has a joint program with the Belarussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics. Based on the 2+2 scheme, the joint program offers major programs on Software engineering, Programmable mobile systems, and artificial intelligence.

For graduates, the university cooperates with the Klagenfurt University of Austria to create talents in both hardware and software of information and communication technologies.    

Student life

Student life at TUIT serves up opportunities to discover new interests and passions galore, through a wide diversity of social, political, religious, and cultural activities. TUIT has more than 70 clubs and societies, including engineering project teams, community service organizations, and charitable projects. Approximately 30 percent of TUIT undergraduates join a sports team, and with 33 variety sports, TUIT boasts one of the broadest intercollegiate athletic programs in the country.

Alumni

As a graduate of TUIT, you will join a lifelong community of more than 10,000 like-minded people from across the world. This professional and social network provides a lifetime of support with clubs and contacts across the world and a range of groups and resources online. For a taste of what our alumni are doing today, see our monthly update where they share their experiences, showcase their career paths, and impart their wisdom.

Collaborations and international partnerships

The university established cooperation with 72 universities, 8 research centers, 14 enterprises, and organizations from 35 foreign countries (South Korea, Japan, Germany, France, the USA, India, etc.), and 94 cooperation agreements and a memorandum of understanding were signed on mutual understanding. Our students are crucial to our continued success and development and, along with our staff, they forge research links through regular travel and overseas exchanges. 

Available programs

TUIT offers 21 undergraduate degrees in a wide range of disciplines in information technologies (IT), from computer engineering to Economics in IT. Students can also study joint programs such as Information technologies and programming. 

Undergraduate degrees are usually four years in length and are taught inside the individual faculty to which students apply.

The admissions rate for TUIT is 15 percent which seems in high comparison with other universities in the country.

The application period runs during the summer for the following academic year. Applicants register to take a test and will know whether they have been successful by the end of the summer.

Terms at TUIT are actually shorter than at other Uzbekistan higher education institutions, and their total duration is generally equal to fifteen weeks.

TUIT offers 33 graduate degrees in a wide range of disciplines in information technologies (IT), from computer engineering to Economics in IT. Students can also study joint programs such as Information technologies and programming. 

Undergraduate degrees are usually four years in length and are taught inside the individual faculty to which students apply.

The admissions rate for TUIT is 15 percent which seems in high comparison with other universities in the country.

The application period runs during the summer for the following academic year. Applicants register to take a test and will know whether they have been successful by the end of the summer.

Terms at TUIT are actually shorter than at other Uzbekistan higher education institutions, and their total duration is generally equal to fifteen weeks.

University information

Our admission criteria for undergraduate study

Your qualifications must meet the university’s minimum admission requirements for:

  • senior secondary or post-secondary school qualifications (vocational education and training, associate diplomas or degrees or an approved tertiary preparation course)
Our admission criteria for graduate study

You will need to have:
  • TUIT - approved bachelor’s degree,
  • Another qualification recognized by the State Inspectorate for Supervision of Quality in Education under  the Cabinet of Ministers  of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Admission Board

General

60+
5.5+
3+

Bachelor

60+

Master

3+
5.5+

Facilities

Supporting you and your academic studies

We offer various support services to assist you not only with your academic needs but also your personal needs. Our postgraduate program provides a stimulating research environment, led by top academics in their respective fields. Although the focus is on independent study, our teaching staff is always available to provide support.

Our team of academic and professional staff, with their student experience and administrative expertise, will provide you with academic guidance and support to ensure your well-being. International students will receive support in settling in, as well as access to events and activities specifically designed to enrich their student experience.

Throughout your academic journey with us, you will have access to academic support. A personal tutor from your School will be assigned to you for academic guidance and support. We also have a peer support program, study skills guidance, and a short course program to develop and enhance your skills.

Libraries and IT

As a student, you will have access to 5 libraries, which include a vast collection of printed and online volumes. You will also have access to 150,000 electronic journals and databases to support your research and studies.

Our campus is equipped with various computing networks, featuring open-access, School, and specialized computer labs. You will benefit from open-access computer labs, available 24 hours a day, located in key locations throughout the campus. In addition, our buildings have almost 100% WiFi coverage.

We also support different methods for remote access to university services, computers, and file stores, enabling you to work off-site while maintaining the necessary level of security. This provides you with the flexibility to work from anywhere, while still having access to essential resources and services.

Support for international students

The TUIT’s international office – provides support and assistance to all foreign applicants and students on a variety of topics, such as visas and working in Uzbekistan, and offers appointments and drop-in sessions each week. They also arrange welcome and orientation activities and social events throughout the year.

Accommodation 

Our student accommodation is self-catered and available across a range of halls and flats. Our flats come in various sizes, with three to six study bedrooms, and are conveniently located within easy reach of the University's buildings and the city center.

We provide a guarantee of accommodation to all new single foreign students, ensuring that you have a place to stay during your studies. For students from within Uzbekistan, we strive to offer University accommodation, but please note that we cannot guarantee such offers. Rest assured that we will do everything we can to support you in finding suitable accommodation during your time with us.

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Student life

At TUIT, you'll discover an enriching student life experience. You'll have the opportunity to work closely with academic experts in their respective fields, some of whom authored your textbooks. Through research, mentoring, and internships, you'll develop valuable skills.

More than 2,000 students choose to reside on campus and enjoy the social and pastoral care opportunities available at each residence. You'll have easy access to classes, libraries, gyms, restaurants, and nightlife in the city, which are just a short walk or ride away.

TUIT offers 30 cultural, social, and educational clubs, including chess, cooking, dance, debating, science, and sign language societies. If none of these clubs cater to your interests, you can create your own.

Whatever you want to do in the future – whether your career path is clear or not – TUIT Career Center is here to assist you. Our team consists of career experts who are devoted to aiding current TUIT students, staff and student researchers, and recent graduates in discovering the appropriate route to secure triumph in their forthcoming professions. Our main objective is to assist you in identifying and pursuing potential career opportunities that align with your aspirations. As an AI language model, we can offer guidance on diverse aspects of career planning such as job search tactics, resume composition, interview techniques, networking skills, and more. Please do not hesitate to ask us any questions or specify how we can assist you in achieving your career goals.
TUIT Careers has established partnerships with over 300 companies in Uzbekistan and across the globe. Throughout the year, recruiters and employers frequently visit our campus to participate in various career events and activities.
We also provide a plethora of online resources that allow you to search for job openings and apply directly. Alternatively, you may visit our office to consult with a career advisor about your career prospects. We offer customized guidance tailored to your unique circumstances through one-on-one sessions. Our team can assist you with the application process and provide guidance on how to develop a portfolio of experience that will increase your chances of obtaining opportunities in your desired field.
We provide an extensive range of guidance and resources to assist you in taking your career in the right direction. Our offerings include:


  • One-on-one appointments with careers consultants
  • Access to information centers with staff available five days a week
  • Talks and events on various career-related topics
  • Online resources covering a wide range of topics, including CVs, covering letters, selection tests, and assessment centers
  • Notice boards and advice on graduate vacancies, part-time opportunities, internships, and vacation job vacancies.

At TUIT, we take pride in being one of the first universities in Uzbekistan to establish commercial links with industry, government, and the professions. TUIT Incubation (TI) is at the forefront of our industry engagement, business development, and enterprise support activities. Since 1955, TI has assisted in launching more than 50 companies. Whether you're looking to launch a business or engage in collaborative research, license your discoveries, or provide consultancy services, TI can assist you in taking your first step toward the market.

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

600 USD
500 USD

International Students

1,300 USD
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Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad Al-Khwarizmi is one of the top public universities in Fergana, Uzbekistan. It is ranked #=38 in Asian University Rankings - Central Asia 2024.

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