Foundation and Undergraduate Courses
- Certificate of International Foundation Studies (CIFS) (Level 3)
- Bachelor of Arts in Business Management and Marketing
- Bachelor of Arts in Business Management and Finance
- Bachelor of Science in Economics with Finance
- Bachelor of Science in Finance
- Bachelor of Arts in Commercial Law
- Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems
Tuition fee for:
- Certificate of International Foundation Studies is 29,994,000 UZS per academic year
- Undergraduate degree is 29,994,000 UZS per academic year
- Master’s degree is 44,991,000 UZS per course (180 credits)
Likely yes. The Career Center of WIUT can help you to find a job.
Yes. 30 places are allocated for a grant. Applicants who take the highest score (IELTS and Math) will be considered as a scholarship. Scholarship applicants should put a tick in the online application where it is necessary. The Math examination is meant for both scholarship and self-financed students. If you desire to receive scholarship, you just need to tick the box where it reads, “Do you want to be considered for WIUT scholarship” while registration.
Yes. If you have confirmation letter (have already registered for IELTS and the exam date is announced).
Application for admission (2020/2021) is fully On-line. In order to apply, follow the link: admission.wiut.uz
Requirements: IELTS at least 5.5, writing 5.0 or TOEFL and Math at least 40% or GCSE/SAT
- Photo 3.5 x 4.5
- Passport scanned version
- IELTS certificate or confirmation letter
- Reference letter from lyceum/college or diploma
All documents required to be in jpg format, size not more than 1Mb.
You have two chances to take the math exam only after the results will be announced on your personal account and if the result is lower than 40%.
The confirmation will be sent to your personal account in approximately 3 or 4 days before the exam.
The results will be published in your personal account approximately 3 or 4 weeks after the exam.
Two days after the results will be published.
The university cannot recommend any teachers and tutors.
Yes. The university has Pre-university course, which requires to take English and Math exams. Requirements: English at least 60 % and Math 30%. Information in details here: http://www.wiut.uz/index.php/pre-foundation
The university does not provide such services.
Work & Travel is not the University’s organization.
Unfortunately, it is not. We have special days for exploring the university from inside such as “WELCOME HOURS”, “INFORMATION SESSION FOR PARENTS”, “MASTER’S DAY” etc.
Unfortunately, according to the university’s policy, it is prohibited to give any information about the student and other university members. It is totally confidential.
Note: The university can not spare the information about the student concerning his/her attendance and performance to their parents without the permission of the student.
The registration is online! You can easily register through admission.wiut.uz and upload all the required documents there, which saves your time and energy.
No, it is not free of charge. Entrance for each exam costs 150,000 UZS.
No, IELTS certificate is not required to create a personal profile in admission.wiut.uz.
Applicants have to pay for entrance examination through PayMe or Click applications. Detailed information is given in an applicant’s personal profile in “Contacts and Information” section.
No, it is not permissible. Applicants who wish to receive scholarship have to take a mathematics examination of the university.
Yes. On completion of study, a WIUT graduate is awarded a diploma by the University of Westminster (London) without mention of WIUT. The diploma is internationally recognized as a British degree.
TOEFL 92-103 equals to minimum requirement of IELTS 6.
Yes. The schedule of postgraduate courses has been developed specially for working professionals. Classes are held twice a week from 18.30 to 21.00
The MBA program is a specific type of master's degree which focuses inherently on business skills.
Master's-level programs may include programs in finance, entrepreneurship, engineering, education, hospitality and tourism and even fashion. In a traditional Masters programme, hard skills are the main focus. In the MBA, students are expected to already have adequate hard skills, so the focus is on soft skills. In addition, professors act more like supervisors, while in Masters programmes they usually lecture students on the specifics of a subject.
Both master's and MBA degree programs offer attractive options to get ahead and be viable for more senior ranking positions and the benefits that go along with that status.
- Investing in your future self
- Standing out in today’s competitive job market
- Building a network
- Gaining a more comprehensive education
- Increasing financial prospects
- Earning academic recognition
- Seizing the opportunity to work with the best
- Pursuing a more globalized perspective
LLM Modules discuss the international commercial law in Uzbek law context. It also includes cross-border measures, foreign direct investment policy of host country.