January 10, 2017
Non-AUCA Students can take classes and earn an AUCA Certificate of Study with the General Education Division. The purpose in offering these courses to non-AUCA students is to make the quality and level of AUCA courses available to as many people as possible, whether it be students from other universities, retirees or professionals.
Students who cannot afford a full AUCA tuition can attend courses as Visiting Students, as well as those who just want to take a course that is of interest to them personally and/or helpful to them professionally. Each course costs $100 US dollars per credit (most courses are six credits).
General Education Division offers a limited number of seats in a variety of subjects, including: Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Cultural Studies, Arts and Humanities. Most courses are in English, but we also offer courses in Kyrgyz and Russian.
Student will have the choice to sign up as an ‘Auditor’ or ‘Participant’. As an Auditor, visiting student may attend and listen in on the course, but will not be expected to turn in work or receive a grade. As a Participant, he/she will be able to turn in work, participate in class discussion, and receive a final grade. A certificate of study from AUCA will likely go a long way on anyone's CV in the region. Students in this program will also have full access to the University campus and its resources, as well as official transcripts certifying their studies here.
To sign up for a one semester course this spring, use the link : https://www.auca.kg/en/classes_for_nonauca_students/ simply fill out the information and click ‘submit’.
Once you have submitted your information, you will be contacted to set up an appointment at AUCA to meet the Division Head of General Education, make payment and gain necessary access to the AUCA campus.