International Scientific Relations

International projects

  1. ERASMUS +: Credit Mobility

For more than 25 years, Europe has been financing the Erasmus program. More than 3 million European students spend semester at other institutions of higher education. Thanks to Erasmus + grants, professors, faculty, staff, doctoral students and students have the opportunity to study and study in the countries of the European Union. Also, professors and researchers have the opportunity to participate in various projects, in particular in their own projects and projects aimed at promoting higher education. The information required to obtain these loan loans can be found in the following presentation:

Also in recent years, the following programs have been received from the TSUE:

Aristotle University – The University of Aristotle in Thessaloniki is one of the oldest universities in Greece and one of the best universities in the world. Since 2014, the university has 40,000 students (31,000 bachelors and 9,000 graduate students, including 3,952 graduate students) and 2,366 teachers. 248 employees of a special laboratory, 213 employees of a special technical laboratory. Collaborates with the university on credit mobility. Read more:


University of Porto – The University of Porto, founded in 1911, is one of the most promising institutions in the field of higher education and research in Portugal and is among the 200 best universities in the world. U. Porto claims to be a research center in Portugal, combining individual skills and talents and high-quality education, focused on market needs. He has the opportunity to share social skills and talents with 14 faculties, one business school and more than 50 research centers. A fully equipped campus in the city is an optimal scientific, social and cultural experience. Read more:

University of Bremerhaven – The University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven emphasizes its mission in terms of innovative developments in recent years. Bremerhaven University of Applied Sciences was founded in 1975. Read more:

Charles University (Charles University). Charles University in Prague is the oldest and largest university in the Czech Republic, founded in 1348. Today the university has 17 faculties, several museums and two botanical gardens. The grounds for studying at Charles University are the availability of courses in English, German, French and Czech, as well as numerous cultural and historical attractions in the Czech Republic. More details:


ERASMUS +: Capacity building of Higher Education

Capacity-building projects in higher education are aimed at promoting and promoting higher education in the partner countries and helping to solve problems of higher education management. This includes improving the quality of higher education, developing new and innovative educational programs, modernizing higher education systems through reformed policies, and promoting partnerships around the world through joint initiatives. There are 2 projects in these areas:

  1. Joint projects: institutions that help strengthen the relationship between curriculum development, management, and higher education.
  2. Structural projects: promoting reforms in higher education, modernizing policies, improving governance, and strengthening links between higher education and the economic and social environment.


Below are some of the projects implemented by TSEU, as well as the results of the project, which can be found at this link

“UNIWORK: creating jobs and expanding employment opportunities in Central Asia by strengthening its career in higher education” is aimed at strengthening the links between higher education institutions and the manufacturing sector. As a result of the project, the following objectives were achieved:

-a database of best practices in the field of employment and entrepreneurship in Central Asia and the European Union has been created;

-qualified 12 employees of the Career Center at partner universities;

-improved organizational mechanisms for the activities of these centers;

-various services are offered on student days, job fairs and business planning competitions;

– enhanced collaboration with stakeholders and enterprises.

Also, the results achieved were presented to target groups and stakeholders. Read more:



Tashkent State Economic University (TDU): MIND – Management – Innovation Development project. University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)

Catalan Polytechnic University (Spain), University of Genoa (Italy)

The Higher Technical Institute (Portugal), the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (Slovakia), Tashkent State Economic University, Bukhara State University, Samarkand Agricultural Institute are actively involved in local universities.

Various aspects of Central Asian universities have been designed to take into account the interests of the government, potential employers, and youth. Modern society needs innovation and research in order to acquire the skills, experience and tools needed to create a youth center, start a business or develop a project.


Ruse hiedtech

Tashkent State University of Economics received a grant from the European Union for Erasmus + CBHE. The project is called “Development of higher education in Central Asia through new information technologies (HiEdTech)”. The main partner of the project is the University of Ruse in Rousse, Bulgaria, and is named after Angel Kanchev. This project aims to strengthen inter-university cooperation for 36 months.

Universities participating in the project from Uzbekistan: TSEU, TATU and Andijan Machine-Building Institute. The project will also include universities in Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. A broad working group is currently being formed.


ERASMUS +: Jean Monnet

The work of Jan Monnet is aimed at ensuring the excellent quality of teaching and research in the field of European Union research around the world. The project’s activities are also aimed at improving the dialogue between the academic world and politicians, in particular the policies of the European Union. Main activities include courses, studies, conferences, networks and publications in the field of European Union research. The following presentation can be used to get more information about Erasmus +.



Creative Spark is a five-year program for the development of creative skills in the UK for the development of international cooperation and the development of a creative economy between British universities and educational institutions and participating countries. The project includes the countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan), the South Caucasus (Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia) and Ukraine. In order to support reforms in higher education and improve employment, the program promotes the development of creative entrepreneurship in the learning process using the UK experience. For more information: https: //


  1. KlimALEZ

The main goal of Climalez is to develop and test agricultural insurance programs for Central Asian countries on an index basis. The insurance product developed under the pilot insurance will be sold to manufacturers in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. In addition, the impact of insurance on farmers’ production decisions and their welfare will be assessed. The Randomized Controlled Trials (RCT) provides scientific and practical advice on the impact of modern insurance markets on food security, climate stability and sustainable production. As a result, the research results are aimed at supporting national governments in implementing sustainable national health insurance programs. In particular, the Tashkent State Economic University is the main scientific partner of Uzbekistan. TSEU, one of the largest universities in Central Asia, has five economic departments and contributes to the development of regional specialized insurance products. Read more:


International professors

t/r Name Country of destination Higher education institution, position and specialty
1. Naruse Jiro Japan Japanese volunteer of JICA in Uzbekistan, Professor, World Economy and International Logistics
2. Asai Kaori Japan Japanese volunteer, professor of Japanese organization JICA, professor of Japanese language
3. Ma Cuiling People’s Republic of China Uzbek-Chinese Research Center, Professor, Chinese Language
4. Johanna Lindner Austria Austrian University of Vienna, volunteer, Germanic studies
5. Nuergule Abdusuli People’s Republic of China Associate Professor of the Sidyan Agrarian University, Economic Studies and Economics
6. Yu Lijie People’s Republic of China Associate Professor of the Sidyan Agrarian University, Economic Studies and Economics

Janel Siley

USA Wyoming University, Teacher, Ph.D.
8. Ember Braun USA Wyoming University, lecturer, philosopher, lecturer
9. Emi Roberts USA Wyoming University, lecturer, philosopher, lecturer


  1. Erasmus + (European Union programm) –
  2. Erasmus + Project Results –
  3. (British Council Uzbekistan) –
  4. DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) –
  5. ITEC (Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme) –
  6. The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) –
  7. Koica Uzbekistan –