University News

PgCert Teaching & Learning prolonged application deadline!


untitledHurry up for Pg Cert Teaching & Learning!
Application deadline 5th September 2014.

For more information on applying please follow this link: Postgraduate Certificate of Special Study in Teaching and Learning (PG Cert).
If you have any questions regarding the course please contact the course leader Inna Wolfson at

Pg Cert Teaching & Learning is an exciting adventure. You will meet and share experiences with colleagues from different educational institutions, different disciplines, different countries and with different teaching and learning attitudes. You will be involved in a range of student-centered activities and inspired with new ideas.

It is a great chance to

  • Develop your professional skills
  • Obtain a qualification with external validity and a verified status
  • Earn 20 credits which may be counted toward further education programmes
  • Gain Higher Education Academy Associate Status (UK)

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Independence Day of Uzbekistan – Happy 23rd Anniversary!


Dear people of Uzbekistan!

Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT) congratulates you with the 23rd Anniversary of the Independence Day of Uzbekistan!

23 years ago Independence started a new period of historical development of Uzbekistan. Looking back on what has happened over the years, changes that have led to the prosperity of the whole country, the reform of political, legislative, educational, social and other spheres, we can safely look to the future and continue on the path to development.

We wish you success and the achievement of all your goals!


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SASOL Scholarship 2014/15 for Pre-University Courses


sasol+logoInternational integrated energy and chemical company SASOL continues the scholarship programme for WIUT Pre-University courses for the new 2014-2015 academic year. As in the previous years, the scholarship will cover tuition fee as well as allowance for cost of learning materials, meals and transport expenses during studies.

Deadline for completed applications is 4 September 17:00 to be submitted to WIUT Enquiry Office.


Please download FAQs:

For more information please visit Pre-University page.

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WIUT Congratulates School Freshmen


DSC_5259+WIUT Social Department organized a special event dedicated to the 2nd of September 2014 – the start of a new season in the secondary schools of the country. On this occasion, 1st year schoolchildren, along with their parents among the university staff, gathered in the main WIUT campus.

In accordance with the annual tradition, the future schoolchildren were presented “Mustaqillik Sovg’alari” – Independence Presents – consisting of essential school supplies, to assist the young scholars in their first steps into the world of education.

Highlighting the focus and tireless work of the country towards development and modernization, it is essential to support every new step on the path of preparing a new generation of highly educated and intellectual citizens.

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Reserve a room at WIUT Hall of Residence


DormitoryIf you have enrolled to study at Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT) and you are from a region of Uzbekistan or an international student, you may apply for a place at our Hall of Residence (dormitory).

Before applying, you should first pay your tuition fee for studying at WIUT and then the fee for staying at the Hall of Residence according to the tariffs for 2014-2015 Academic year as indicated below:

  • Uzbekistan citizens from regions pay 1 480 000 soums for one academic year
  • International students pay the equivalent of 200 $ per month based on Uzbekistan Central Bank exchange rate

After that, you should show both payment receipts to the warden at the Hall of Residence and reserve a room. The reservation is based on ‘first come – first served’ term as the rooms are limited and placement to every student is not guaranteed.

WIUT Hall of Residence address:
Tashkent, Mirabad district
Yangi Zamon street, 1a
tel. 291-91-41

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