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WIUT Academic Lyceum Exam Results 2015/16

27/7/2015

WIUT ACADEMIC LYCEUM EXAMINATIONS HAVE BEEN MODERATED AND CONTROLLED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER (UK).

NO APPEALS ARE ALLOWED FOR ACADEMIC JUDGEMENT.

WIUT ACADEMIC LYCEUM ENTRANCE RESULTS 2015/16:

ADMITTED TOP 150: 

2015-16 lyceum results 2015-16 Top 150

NOT ADMITTED:

2015-16 lyceum results 2015-16 not admitted

Attention: those who didn’t pass Lyceum exams may apply for Pre-University course.


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“ExpedicionTahina-can” in Uzbekistan visiting WIUT

06/7/2015

untitledOn 26 June the famous Spanish Expedition Tahina-can has arrived to Uzbekistan, visiting Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT).

32 students 7 coordinators and 3 directors from Spain have begun to undertake the journey towards Uzbekistan, where they will follow in the footsteps of Marco Polo to reach the city of Samarkand on the Silk Road. Main aim of this 10th expedition is to explore five legend cities – Tashkent, Urgench, Khiva and Bukhara, and finally, one of the oldest still inhabited cities in the world – Samarkand.

The expedition has started its tour on 26 June by visiting our University – Westminster International University in Tashkent. WIUT Senior Lecturer Carlos Martinez has delivered a specific presentation about Uzbekistan, providing the visitors the first sight of our country. After the presentation Spanish Guests had a break for coffee, tea and sweeties in an informal atmosphere, meeting with the students’ organization ‘WIUT Law Society”, who helped in preparing the event.

Nowadays already in Samarkand, Tahinos are continuing their discoveries by engaging with the local people from each visited cities, participating in festivals and celebrations, tasting local gastronomy, enjoying traditional  music and studying how to cook plov. They are going to "see", "hear", "ask" and then to tell the world with sounds, images and words about our Uzbekistan.

Manzura Rakhimova
WIUT Law Society

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Annual WIUT Learning & Teaching Symposium

30/6/2015

DSC_5760++Every year since 2009 WIUT organizes Teaching and Learning symposium, which is considered to be a final summary of the academic year, where staff can share own achievements and learn from each other. The Symposium provides a forum for staff to hear about current practice and to discuss issues around student background, internationalization, transition to Higher Education, flexible delivery, distance learning and equality and diversity.

Held June 29, 2015, this year's Symposium was organized under the topic “Student Engagement – Students as Producers” with the objective to engage in discussions with academic staff in order to inform the development of a conceptual framework for developing the pedagogical knowledge base of teachers, to encourage a shift towards students as co-developers and producers of own learning.


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Regional teachers professional training course RELTA-2015 completed

29/6/2015

DSC_5652Since 2012 Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT) has been organizing summer training course RELTA (Regional English Language Teaching Adults) providing professional development opportunities for English language teachers of regional academic lyceums and professional colleges. Held between June 22 and June 26, current year RELTA received a record 150 applications, with total of 23 successful teacher-participants selected from 11 regions of Uzbekistan.  

The main objective of the RELTA-2015 is to advance the qualifications of participants and to familiarize them with modern teaching methods of English reading, listening, speaking and writing skills practiced at WIUT. To build the program of the course, this year the University recruited more than 20 WIUT Academic Staff from the English & Personal Development faculty.

Speaking of the new methods learnt, Tashkent region English language teachers coordinator Dilfuza Karimova commented the following:
"I, in particular, very much liked Elena Volkova’s “Round table discussion". According to it, each participant wrote their problems related to teaching and learning English, after which all points were accumulated, resulting in necessary recommendations ".

In addition to gaining new knowledge, participants were able to establish new inter-regional contacts with their colleagues for future exchange of experience. Furthermore, because all the lessons were held at the University class-rooms, the trainees were directly involved with the advanced resources and modern facilities present at WIUT.

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The Pre-University Course will continue in the new Academic Year!

22/6/2015

guidelines-logo2-11Designed for students of Tashkent lyceums/colleges who wish to enter Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT), the Course in Pre-Foundation Studies (CPFS) has been very successful for past several years, with many students continuing their studies on the Certificate in International Foundation Studies at the University.

Applications for Admission will be from 5th to 24th of August 2015. Eligible applicants are students and/or graduates of Tashkent lyceums/colleges at the age of 15* or above. In order to apply please download Application form WIUT.

* – in order to apply an applicant must be at least 15 years old before October 1st of 2015-2016 Academic year

Application documents to submit:

  • 4 photos (3×4)
  • Study verification letter from lyceum/college or a diploma
  • Passport or birth certificate copy
  • Completed WIUT Application form

Documents should be submitted in hard copy to the address: Academic Lyceum under WIUT, room 17, 1st floor (working hours 9:00-13:00/14:00-17:00). For more information please contact: +(998-71) 238-74-27

The entrance exams will take place on Thursday 27th August at 10:00, English followed by Maths. For more information on entrance exams please download CPFS_entrance exam_specifications_2015. Admission requirements for Pre-University (CPFS) are as follows:

  • English – 40-59% for Level 1 or 60% and higher for Level 2
  • Maths – 20-29% for Level 1 or 30% and higher for Level 2

For further information about the course please visit Pre-University (CPFS) webpage at: http://www.wiut.uz/en/courses/preuniversityc/


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