The University is closely monitoring the situation in relation to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
- The University moved to on-line teaching and learning mode starting from 16th of March, Monday
- Access to the University premises is restricted to selected staff members for security and maintenance only.
- Student dormitories have been closed and students have been sent home.
- Academic and administration staff are on distance work.
- Entry examinations have been postponed.
- In relation to quarantine measures, the University events are postponed to a later date.
- The policies in relation to the University management is updated following the Government regulations and communicated across its all channels.
The university moved to teaching delivery and assessments online; the following information serves as guidance for you.
Using WIUT Intranet
Intranet provides you with easy access to all essential university services and study materials. Our Learning Management system provides you with the tools to access the following:
- Lectures slides
- Seminar materials
- Online Media
- Course Work tasks
- Discussion boards
Module Leaders upload online versions of the material to Online Media section.
Apart from learning materials you can access Unified Student Services where you can reach out to inquire all important information related to your study at the University. The areas covered are:
- Academic Registrar's Office
- Career Centre
- Executive Office
- Faculty Support Office
- General queries
We encourage you to explore all the possible inquiries. In case of any further questions or need for guidance with regard to academic issues you are encouraged to contact your Module Leader/Course Leader and/or Faculty Support Office via email to email@example.com and get support.
Academic Support Office is there to provide you academic support. Under Academic Student Service section you will find contact details of all officers and calendar of online Academic Learning Support sessions.
Telephone: Students can contact Academic Support Center during normal working hours at +998 71 2387432 to ask their questions via phone.
Learning Resource Centre
University Learning Resource Centre provides you with a collection of e-versions of books (around 400), journals, articles and publications across all subject areas. Access to numerous databases is also provided. For more information please visit LRC webpage.
Considering that students and their parents have limited access to the regular means of making various payments, the University has enabled the online payment option to handle payments from students, including fees for tuition, accommodation, Math Entrance exam and etc. Now, students can make their payments to the University online using Payme online service. No additional fee is charged for making payment via Payme. All relevant costs are incurred by WIUT.
The results will be announced on 8th of June 2021 after processing the Progression and Award Boards outcomes which was held on 3-4 June.
Refer/Defer Assessment will last two weeks: between 28 June and 9 July.
Most of the referral and deferral assessments will be conducted online.
- The deadlines for all Coursework submissions are as follows:
- All Level 3 - 28 June Monday
- All Level 4 - 29 June Tuesday
- All Level 5 - 30 June Wednesday
- All Level 6 - 1 July Thursday
- All Level 7 - 2 July Friday
- The deadlines for the Exams submissions will be announced on 11th of June 2021.
Other details on Refer/Defer assessment requirements you will get from the Module Leaders.
The results of Refer/Defer Assessment will be released on 6 August after the Progression and Award Boards which will be held on 29-30 July.
Your Module Leader and Course Leader are responsible for keeping you informed, via email, relevant pages on WIUT Intranet, and Telegram Bot, of all the specific arrangements for your module assessments. Your Module Leader, Course Leader will be in regular contact with you.
If you are unclear about any aspect of the arrangements, you should contact your Module Leader or Course Leader in the first instance.
If your Module Leader and Course Leader are unavailable (for example, due to illness), then please contact any of the Academic Support Officers via firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to ensure that students do not suffer any detriment to their studies and also to ensure that the awards WIUT/UoW make are still of the expected academic standards, Exceptional Regulations for the 2020/21 Academic Year were introduced temporarily.
We have moved our exams to online assessments and given you 6-12-24-48 hours (depending on the module) to complete them.
The following exceptional regulations will apply for WIUT during the 2020/21 Academic Year:
1) To extend 5.1.4 of Section 17 to allow undergraduate students to progress having only achieved 80 credits rather than 100 credits. This would again increase the maximum number of credits students could take in an academic year to 160 for 2021/22. While this would allow students to progress it should be noted that this will increase the burden on students in subsequent levels of study and may therefore impact their later progression and completion.
2) To amend 7.3.2 of Section 17 to allow award classifications for current level 6 students to be made on the best 200 credits at level 5 and 6 rather than 220 credits.
3) To amend 18.131 of Section 18 to allow award classifications for current level 7 students to be made on the best 160 credits rather than 180 credits. These exceptional regulations will apply to students progressing and completing at the 2020/21 academic year only.
We have temporarily amended the way in which we calculate your degree classification. We will now use the best 200 credits across levels 5 and 6 to calculate your indicator score. Your indicator score will be rounded to the nearest whole number to obtain your classification:
1st class Honours (1)
2nd Class Honours Upper Division (2:i)
2nd Class Honours Lower Division (2:ii)
3rd Class Honours (3)
Condonement allows you to gain credit for a module when you haven’t passed it. You still need to have achieved an overall module mark of at least 30.
According the the Handbook of Academic Regulations:
“4.3.7 Where condoned credit is awarded, although the overall module mark will remain at less than 40, the full module credit will be awarded, and the student will be regarded as having passed the module. It shall be recorded on the student’s record as a ‘condoned pass’.
4.3.8 A student may not be re-assessed in a condoned module.”
- At level 3 and 4 the maximum amount of credits that can be condoned is 40 credits.
- There is NO condoned credits at level 5.
Moving to online assessments allows you to access reference material while completing the assessment. You must therefore ensure you properly reference your work and do not collude with others to complete it. Your work will be submitted through plagiarism detection software and the University will take action in line with its academic misconduct policy if required.
Another way we are ensuring that the work you complete during the online assessments is your own is that we have taken the decision to suspend anonymous marking of these assessments. If your course team do not think that you have produced the work yourself, they may ask you to undertake a viva to help them to assess the provenance of the work.
If you have questions about anything to do with your teaching or assessment, then in the first instance you should contact your Module Leader and Course Leader. If they are unavailable (for example, due to illness), then please contact any of Academic Support Officers. You may also discuss with them all other aspects of the University’s services. Academic Support Services are working remotely. If your worries are stress-related, you may seek counseling support online through a video-call and by telephone line. Students may contact WIUT's psychologist during normal working hours at:
+99871 2387464 to get an appointment for a video or telephone consultation.
Note that although all University colleagues are currently working remotely, all services are operational and someone will get back to you as normal.
It is very important that you keep in contact with the University during this period.
Please ensure that you regularly check:
- your University email account
- your course and module Intranet sites
- the University webpages – updated information will be published to the Intranet
- The ASK WIUT Telegram Bot.
The University has carefully considered a number of temporary regulations to enable Postgraduate students to complete their studies. To provide parity with undergraduate students, we will be making amendments to how we classify your award. You will still need to pass every module (180 credits) but we will drop your worst 20-credit module from the classification calculation.
Please discuss the details of this policy with your Course Leader. This temporary policy change applies to the current academic year ONLY (for graduating students) and does not apply to PG students in Teaching and Learning.
Postgraduate students can also apply for mitigating circumstances if you have been impacted in any way by COVID-19.
For Prospective Students
The registration for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses are open and fully online. All the latest updates are communicated through the University official channels. The following changes have been applied in relation to:
Math Exam (from offline to online and back)
Since the University moves from online to offline, the students will sit WIUT Math entrance exams on-campus. Please, check our website for updates on math exam schedule.
English Language Proficiency
In the current circumstances, WIUT has decided to get back to normal entry requirements for incoming students to CIFS, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses for 2021-2022 Academic Year.
Please note, that situation regarding Covid-19 has been changing and we are working on quick response and try to update you as much as possible. Considering the importance of providing correct information in relation to the situation related to Covid-19 the following resources can be referred to:
- Telegram Channel Coronavirus Info
- Website of the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan
- World Health Organisation
Citizens of Uzbekistan can contact the Ministry of Health at short number 1003 on the issues related
Maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
Why? When someone coughs or sneezes they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus if the person coughing has the disease.