On December 2-6, this year, the third meeting of the ERASMUS+ 98092-EPP-1-2018-1-BG-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP – “Modernisation of higher education in Central Asia through new technologies (Hiedtec) ” is to be held at Tashkent State University of Economics.
The main partner for the project is Angel Kanchev University of Ruse University in Ruse, Bulgaria.
The 36-month project aims to strengthen inter-university cooperation.
The participants are leading experts from 4 universities from Bulgaria, Italy, Portugal, Luxembourg and 15 universities from Central Asian countries: Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, as well as representatives of the ministries of higher education of each state. On the agenda of the HiEdTec project, with the support of the European Commission, the implementation of the concept of digitalization of higher education as a measure for further improvement of Uzbekistan’s higher education system, the creation of centers and active classrooms for innovative educational technologies. included.
In addition, it is planned to provide additional trainings in the classrooms with the use of innovative teaching technologies.
Today, the rector of the Tashkent State University of Economics, Professor Kongratbay Avezimbetovich Sharipov, having familiarized himself with the educational process, laboratories at the academic lyceum, got acquainted with their goals and wishes in a conversation with young people.
For the benefit of the country’s prosperity and future, he gave them recommendations, to study the subjects taught more deeply and in detail, and also spoke about the opportunities created in the higher education system, in particular, the plans of the university.
The gym and sports grounds were inspected. Instructions were given to create conditions for everyday sports and students to achieve success.
In accordance with the plan of scientific-practical seminars within the framework of innovation-corporate cooperation of the Tashkent State University of Economics, the International Tourism Faculty and the Department of Marketing conducted a master class on “New innovations in the sales system.” Moderators of the master class were the founders of the M Factor project, Office Market, Dekos, and, Hasan and Husan Mamasaidov. It was attended by professors, teachers, researchers, masters and bachelors students.
The event was opened by opening speech of Duputy-Rector for Science and Innovations Mansur Eshov who said that the workshops, master-class and meetings for professors and students with representatives of real sector enterprises are being strong and full of discussions, as well as that can further help for strengthening the students’ theoretical knowledge while sharing valuable knowledge and experience and contributing to their basic foundations for their business and entrepreneurship.
Also, the director of the International Center for Scientific Research “University 3.0” Sherzod Mustafakulov said that today the great attention is paid to the use of scientific and practical experience in economic research, and the winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics addressed poverty issue. They have proven that they need to look an outlook of life experiences can defeat poverty rather than paper based theoretical approaches and that the Nobel Prize in one direction was given to three people at one time to Indian-American Abhijit Banerji and French-American Ester Dufol. Afterwards, Hasan Mamasaidov, the founder of Office Market, Dekos and the M Factor Project, introduced the participants.
– There are many things that cannot be even imagined about doing business successfully. Often these factors are quite significant. When someone succeeds, people say, “The luck has come,” or, “They were in the right place at the right time.” People also say, “Bad luck” or “Failure” when they have to set up a business or when their dreams are not met.
Yesterday’s profit may not work today – the rules are constantly changing. Therefore, the results achieved should not be stopped at all. It is important to communicate with positive people and setup new goals. There is always a reason to strive, grow and reach new heights.
An internal control criterion is the peace of soul. This is evident when the inner world is full of wealth and positive emotions. It is to realize that today’s actions can lead to tomorrow’s success. It is the confidence for the future.
Mistakes and failures are at the forefront of everyone. Life is a wonderful teacher, but the cost is very high. Any recession, crisis or failure in business or life will be a powerful blow to our spirits and how much we endure will undermine to our self-confidence. Then you are frustrated and want to give up everything. At such moments you need to look back at life and pause. The spiritual support of family and friends saves a person. Communicating with them, their valuable and timely advice will be inspiring and will give a person the opportunity to return back. As whatever that does not destroy us, makes us stronger.
A good team and a well-organized work is another important aspect. It is like a football field: someone scores goals and another one is defending the gates. If each employee has a clear purpose, knows what is expected from him/her and accomplishes the task, the enterprise will only succeed.
At the same time, each partner and employee of the company feels his/her necessity and his/her contribution to the success of the enterprise, which will stimulate his/her personal development and self-realization.
If we do not develop, we will go back. When I have been invited to seminars and trainings as an expert and business trainer, I quote from the story of “Alice in the land of mirror”: “You have to run continuously to stay where you are, and run at least twice as fast to reach somewhere!” What we have heard in childhood years, we can understand the meaning of these words as we grow older. Dear friends, welcome to the real world – the “country of wonders” – where competition requires constant work and readiness a throne as a rifle. To keep pace with the pace of life, we have to act constantly and work harder to achieve something.
After that the speech was given to one of the keynote speakers of master-class the founder of the M Factor project, Office Market and Dekos, Husan Mamasaidov.
– Mamasaidovs’ are conducting family based business. Rakhmonberdi Mamasaidov’s sons Ikrom, twins Hasan and Husan, and Ibrahim continue their family business which was founded under the brand of ‘Office market’ in 90s. Each of them has chosen their own pathway and has been successful in their field.
We are four children in family. When we were in school, our father tried to take us on trips with him. But with the condition that each turn will go one by one. To state that so far I have been in over 30 countries. I have visited many of these countries to attend business seminars and workshops. The cost of traveling abroad is quite expensive, but to listen to the ideas of the prominent business people there, I try to bring new ideas. I work with stationery, so when I first go to an unfamiliar city I go to the stationery store. I am interested in what is being offered to me and how it is sold. Every time we learn something, it provides the foundation for future development.
We first entered the Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies with Hasan, but a year later we entered the Business Administration faculty of Malaysian Institute under Tashkent State Technical University. I also graduated from the Academy of Public Administration under the President of Uzbekistan. I was on many exciting trips at that time, by trying to win scholarship grants, because I wanted to develop in every way possible.
Our company is the official distributor of Deli in Uzbekistan. Deli is in the top 10 in terms of sales capacity in the world. That is why we often meet and exchange experiences with our partners from other countries.
At the end of the master-class, question-answers sessions were held. Professors, teachers, researchers, masters and bachelors students received detailed information regarding their questions.
At the end of the master class, Nozima Zufarova the Dean of the International Tourism Faculty, Shakhnoza Ergashkhodjaeva, the Head of Marketing Department, thanked Hasan and Husan Mamasaidov for their participation and handed them certificates and memorable gifts on behalf of University Rector.
Applicants who successfully passed the entrance examinations for the 2019/2020 academic year under the joint program of the Tashkent State University of Economics and the University of Applied Sciences of Krems, please immediately contact the Admission Committee!
List of required documents for successful applicants:
- Diploma (with transcript) or School Leaving certificate (11 years) original;
- Notarized translation into English of Diploma or School Leaving certificate – 2 copies;
- Original passport;
- Notarized translation into English of the passport (the page where residence info is shown) – 2 copies;
- Original and copy of national or international certificate confirming your level of English (IELTS, CEFR);
- Photo 3,5×4,5 – 6 pcs;
- Email address;
- Phone number – at least 2 numbers (yours and parents/ relatives).
The original of the required documents must be submitted to the Admission Committee by September 15, 2019!
The deadline for submitting the application is 5:00 pm, September 15, 2019.
Documents that do not meet the requirements will be rejected. Applicant who failed to submit the required documents by deadline will not enroll and that seat is considered vacant.
Admission Committee’s office is located in building #2 room #119 (2-119).
In ways to execute the decree of Cabinet of Ministers of Republic of Uzbekistan of № 133-F from February, 25, 2018; and the decree of № 205 of the Ministry of the Higher and Secondary Specialized Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan from February, 28, 2019, Tashkent State Economic University in collaboration with Management Development Institute of Singapore in Tashkent and State Committee of Tourism Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan is holding an International Conference on “Front-rank international experience of development of tourism business and prospects of its use in Uzbekistan” on October, 10, 2019. Conference proceedings will be published in the form of research publication of articles and lecture notes.
Working sections of conference:
- Developing of tourism in Uzbekistan using modern marketing principles
- International practice in developing tourism infrastructure
- Innovating and developing customer service in tourism
- Sustainable tourism development: the importance of investment and the role of infrastructure
Research articles should not exceed of 6 pages and theses not more than 3 pages. Texts should be in the Word file, format of RTF, type of Times New Roman, size of type – 14, Interval – single. Size of the fields: overhead and lower are 2 sm., left to be 2 sm., and right – 2sm as well. The beginning of indention is 1 sm., formatting on a width. Research papers and theses are accepted in the printed version (an electronic version is also required). Materials of theses can be sent to an e – mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Structure of research articles and lectures: the last name, name, father’s name of author (fully), academic degree, scientific rank, position, the name of the higher educational institute or an organization (occupation) – in the right overhead corner of top of the page, research area named on a centre (by a bold face font), basic text, and the list of references.
Working languages of conference : Uzbek, English, Russian.
The scientific articles and lectures must contain the evidence of scientific researches of an author and will be published if is acceptable based on scientifically-methodological requirements and correspond to the theme of conference. Previously unpublished articles and reports containing original research results with a unique percentage of at least 60% in the anti-plagiarism system are accepted for publication in the collection of scientific articles.
Research articles and lectures (in the printed and electronic versions) are to be presented in time until September 15, 2019.
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Entrance exams for 2019/2020 academic year on the joint international program between Tashkent State University of Economics and University of Applied Sciences Krems/ Austria will be held on August 28, 2019
- Name of the building where the exams will be held – Building № 5, TASHKENT STATE UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS
- Exam location – 49 Islam Karimov street, Chilanzar district, Tashkent city
- Landmark – Mukimi theatre,
- Date of test – August 28, 2019
Applicants can find out detailed information on official website https://www.tsue.uz
- Arrival time for exam – 07:00 a.m.
- Exam Form – Tests
Rights and obligations of applicants:
Arrive at the test site on the indicated date and time with a passport and enter the zone through the checkpoint;
Candidates who were not identified during the test and who were late will not be admitted to the test.
Checkpoints and the entrance to the test building from 07:00 to 08:00 a.m;
Applicants are not entitled to:
Troubleshooting, tearing and extracting the booklet and answer sheet;
Writing two or more answers to one test task on the answer sheet or the absence of writing any answer will not give an assessment of this test task;
Exit from the group during the test;
An attempt to bring microcalculators, glossaries, tables, books, mobile phones, computers, telecommunications and other instruments, to the area or building where the tests are being carried out;
Transfer test material to another participant, help and talk with each other;
Refusal to provide test materials at the end of the testing time (the participant will be disqualified from the test and will not be excluded from the test).
Webster University focused global network of faculty, staff, students, and alumni who are in close contact with each other around the world. Webster, founded in 1915, is a private, nonprofit university with more than 13,000 students enrolled worldwide. The university is committed to providing high quality education that transforms students for global citizenship and individual excellence.
Webster attracts diverse, interesting and experienced students, faculty and staff who thrive and contribute to a leading global learning network.
Webster University is honored to offer an MBA (Project Management) program for the Fall 1 semester starting in late August 2019 at a branch at Tashkent State University of Economics.
Currently, 14 students of the summer semester continue their successful studies. Grants from the El-Yurt Umidi Foundation provide financial support to gifted students at Webster University.
Apply online at www.webster.edu/admissions/apply-now
1. Accredited degree in GPA 2.5 and above
2. TOEFL iBT 80 / IELTS 6.5 and higher
3. Letter of recommendation
5. Copy of passport
Address: Tashkent State Economic University-Uzbekistan, 100066 city of Tashkent, st. Islam Karimov 49. 1-educational building. 110-cabinet.
Contact by phone +998 71 239 01 45, +998 99 910 10 88 (telegram)
Telegram channel: https://t.me/MBA_Webster_TSUE
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The degree requires satisfactory completion of 27 credit hours of the MBA curriculum and 9 credit hours for graduate electives, for a total of 36 credit hours. If a specialist area is selected, the total number of hours may be longer. Students who require compulsory courses may need more credit hours to earn an MBA.
For more information, please visit the online catalog: webster.edu/gradcatalog.
MRKT 5000 Marketing
MNGT 5590 Organizational Behavior
BUSN 5760 Applied Business Statistics
FINC 5000 Finance
FINC 5880 Advanced Corporate Finance
BUSN 6070 Management Accounting
BUSN 6110 Operations and Project Management
BUSN 6120 Management Economics
BUSN 6200 Strategy and Competition
Project Management Courses
BUSN 5100 Introduction to Project Management
BUSN 5300 Project Procurement Management
BUSN 5700 Project Management Achievements
3rd International Conference on Economic Research (ECONALANYA 2019) to be held in Alanya on 24-25th October 2019 which is hosted by Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University.
The main purpose of the conference is to share and discuss advances in macro and micro level economics research and applications.
The conference is open to anyone involved in these mentioned research areas, including both young and experienced researches, Ph.D. students, post-doctoral researches, and professionals from business, government and non-governmental institutions. Papers from all the following fields may be submitted:
|· Microeconomics||· Economic Policy & Systems|
|· Macroeconomics||· Environmental Economics|
|· International Economics||· Law & Economics|
|· Financial Economics||· Political Economy|
|· Monetary & Fiscal Policies||· Environmental Economics|
|· Economic Development||· Rural Development|
|· Agricultural Economics||· Regional Development|
|· Food Economics||· Urban & Regional Planning/Economies|
|· Comparative Economic Systems||· Welfare Economics|
|· Government Finance||· Sustainable Development|
|· Health Economics||· Energy Economics|
|· Industrialization||· Tourism Economics|
|· Household Behavior Family Economics||· Emerging Economics|
|· Labor Economics||· Quantitative Methods|
|· Economic Development||· Applied econometrics
· Game theory
For more details regarding the conference, please review the description on website: www.econalanya.com
If you have any questions about the ECONALANYA 2019, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone at +(90)242 5182121 (8221-2049), or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
ECONALANYA 2019 Organizing Committee
On April 12, the Department of “Vocational Education (Economics)” organized a spiritual-enlightenment event titled “The role of teacher-student traditions in the formation of youth spirituality”.
The event was attended by National Television and Radio Company, Senior Editor of Family TV Channel, author and presenter of the program “One Day of the Woman”, actress, TV journalist Mukarrama Bekmurodova.
Mukarrama Bekmurodova has been featured on national TV series such as “Drops of the Sea”, “Champion’s Dream”, “Fitna”, “Last Pouring”, and “Qizg’aloq”, “Merskvich”, “Muhabbat Chanjiri”, “Komila”, “Ota” Our folk dance films in the mahallada duv-duv gap 2.
Mukarram Bekmuradova briefed the audience about the human qualities of his mentor, the People’s Artist of Uzbekistan Shermat Yormatov, about the essence of the teacher, glorification and tolerance in the teacher. The role of teacher-student traditions and their role in shaping the spirituality of the youth were explained through live examples.
Mukarram Bekmurodova spoke about the role of teachers in the editorial, television journalist, actress, and human rights activist, saying that the interest of the teachers is the sacred duty of young people like us. During the event, actress Mukarram Bekmuradova performed excerpts from the role she played, monologue, and contributed to the further development of respect and respect for the teacher at the sitting.
Here are the key elements of information, which universities will have to provide QS with as per our agreement with the Minister, еach of 10 selected universities will provide QS with the following:
- Any existing roadmap / strategic document in English (if available);
- List of existing international agreements, including research and exchange programs;
- List of joint research collaborations and outputs;
- SciVal data covering at least 6 last years;
- Data on inbound and outbound student and faculty international mobility, min 12 months;
- Access to Google analytics with at least 4 months data;
- Annual key performance targets based on the Ministry’s and individual university’s strategies;
- Five research strengths and research groups associated with each one of them;
- Any existing data on research-industry output;
- Five USPs (Unique Selling Preposition) each of the universities promotes on regional and international level;
Each university should have a complete profile in QS-Hub.