If you haven’t heard anything of this beautiful country so far, then find out these interesting facts: During the middle of the 1990’s the Kyrgyzstan Education was very much based on the educational structure that of the Soviet-era. Gradually the system started being modified and changed according to the necessities of the citizens.
According to the constitution education in Kyrgyzstan was made compulsory until the 9th grade and the basic education provided at the state institutions were free of cost. The Ministry of Education, established in 1992 started reconstructing the course of study at the educational institutions of the country. Until 1992 Kyrgyzstan education was provided only in Kyrgyz. After that several foreign languages such as English, German and French were introduced within the curriculum.
- Pre-school education
- Primary education
- Secondary education
- Higher education
These levels of education at Kyrgyzstan features several study programmes, which include additional education, professional programmes, adult learning and all. After the successful completion of the higher education students are awarded by Bachelors and Masters Degrees. The American University of Central Asia (AUCA) is also contributing for the democratic transformation of Central Asia. AUCA is the best university in the region providing the highest quality in american-style liberal arts education, and educating leaders for the democratic transformation of the region.
This year AUCA is celebrating its 20th Anniversary and therefore they offer us a year-long celebration highlighting the importance of a leading higher education in Central Asia. Interested in hearing more? AUCA’s Director of International Recruitment will be answering all your questions on April 18th, to join the free session please register here. source: Kyrgyzstan