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“Enjoy your time at AUCA while you have such a chance because after graduation you will miss AUCA”
Nurkalyy Sooronbayev graduated from American University of Central Asia in 2018. He studied Business Administration and did his minor in International Business Law. This year Nurkalyy moved in San Francisco, the USA to do the Masters degree in International Business. In the following interview, Nurkalyy tell about his experience and give good advice to AUCA students.
Competition for the best photo, or video, or essay on migration - for students and schoolchildren of the Kyrgyz Republic
Tiаn Shan Policy Center (TSPC) AUCA invites school and university students to participate in the national competition for the best artwork on migration in Central Asia    
AUCA always strives for improvement.
From October 9 to October 13 advisors, peer-advisors and students had the privilege to participate in a series of workshops hosted by David Shein, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs & Dean of Studies at Bard College. 
AUCA graduate showed his movie “Kok-Boru” at own alma mater.
Public Relations and Television, Cinema and Visual Arts department together with Ruslan Akunhosted the private screening of the new movie "Kok-Boru" on Tuesday, at AUCA
Q&A session with the Board of Trustees members
On Sunday, October 14 AUCA the Board of Trustees members will meet with students to talk about career goals and opportunities. Sessions will be held on Sunday, October 14 from 5pm to 6:30 pm in AUCA. 
AUCA Outdoor Club together with EMSD Department was Recognized for their Active Commitment to Outdoor Exploration in Kyrgyzstan

The AUCA Outdoor Club along with AUCA’s Environmental Management and Sustainable Development Program under which the club operates was recognized for their active participation and commitment to outdoor exploration while participating in the Annual Mountain Tourism Weekend held by the Trekking Union of Kyrgyzstan ( in beautiful Kegeti Gorge in honor of International Tourism Day.

Those students that plan to go abroad for an exchange should already prepare to maintain high GPA and remain active in extracurricular activities
Belal Ahmad Ataee, a senior student of International and Comparative Politics who is minoring in Journalism and Mass Communication talks about his personal academic achievements. Belal shares his impressions about exchange semester within a framework of Erasmus+ Mobility Program at the Philips University of Marburg, Germany.
Master Program in “Human Recourses Management and Talent Development in Central Asia”
AUCA Sociology Department won Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education grant to establish Master Program in “Human Recourses Management and Talent Development in Central Asia” at AUCA with the collaboration with universities from three different countries.
Narxoz - AUCA Gender Economics Seminar s bring together scholars from both institutions to engage in productive collaboration and to produce new knowledge in the area of gender economics.
The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program
The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government. It is an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities.

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