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A one-year master's program

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From 2023, the activities of the University of World Economy and Diplomacy will be transformed

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Bachelorʼs Degree

The University of World Economy and Diplomacy offers undergraduate programs in a variety of fields, including: International Relations,  Political Science, International Economics and Management Jurisprudence. UWED's bachelor's degree programs are designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in a globalized world. The programs are taught by a team of experienced faculty members, many of whom have held high-level positions in government and business. UWED also offers a variety of extracurricular activities and opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience in their field of study. One of the most popular bachelor's degree programs at UWED is the International Economics and Management program. This program provides students with a strong foundation in economics, international trade, and finance. Students also learn about the political and legal environment of international business. Another popular bachelor's degree program at UWED is the International Relations program. This program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of international relations, foreign policy, and diplomacy. Students also learn about the history and culture of different countries.  UWED also offers bachelor's degree programs in Political Science and Jurisprudence. These programs are designed to prepare students for careers in government, law, business, and other fields. Here are some of the benefits of earning a bachelor's degree from UWED: A strong academic foundation in your chosen field Exposure to a diverse range of cultures and perspectives The opportunity to network with other students and professionals from around the world The chance to gain hands-on experience through internships and other extracurricular activities A competitive edge in the job market If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding educational experience, UWED is the perfect place for you. With its world-class faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and diverse student body, UWED is committed to providing its students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in today's globalized world.
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The University of World Economy and Diplomacy was established on September 23, 1992. It is functioning under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

It is a higher educational institution that provides training, retraining and advanced training for specialists and academic staff as well as conducts high-level fundamental and applied research in the following areas:

  • International Economics and Management;
  • International Relations and Political Science;
  • International Public and Private Law;
  • Jurisprudence.
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First Vice-Rector of UWED A. Umarov visited Sweden and Norway

First Vice-Rector of UWED A. Umarov visited Sweden and Norway

From June 17 to 21, 2024, the First Vice-Rector of the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED) A. Umarov visited Sweden and Norway. In Stockholm, A. Umarov met with the Director of Studies at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), Luc van de Goor. During the meeting, they discussed issues related to the regional development of Central Asia. A. Umarov informed his Swedish colleagues about the current trends in regional cooperation development in Central Asia, the deepening of high-level interaction and exchange, and noted the increasing trend of regionalization in the Central Asia. The parties discussed opportunities for cooperation, including holding an online round table on a mutually interesting topic this fall. A. Umarov and Luc van de Goor agreed to hold a Zoom meeting in August to discuss the topics of further interaction. As a result of this online round table, it is planned to reach an agreement on the preparation of joint publications. The parties also discussed the possibilities of preparing joint grant applications for research on Central Asian regional issues. During the trip, A. Umarov also met with Johan Engvall, an analyst at the Stockholm Center for Eastern European Studies. During the meeting, they discussed issues of regional development in Central Asia, current trends in regional cooperation, and the deepening of high-level interaction. They reached an agreement to hold a joint event this fall and to prepare an analytical report based on its outcomes. Umarov also gave a lecture at a conference at Södertörn University on the topic "War, Emerging Tensions, and Strategic Stability in Eurasia," where he discussed the main trends in the development of politics, economy, and security in Central Asia amid increasing international confrontation. The possibilities for cooperation with Södertörn University were considered, including a visit of Swedish representatives to Uzbekistan in the spring of 2025 and the development of joint research projects. In Norway, A. Umarov participated in a conference at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, where he discussed climate change, energy development, and the transition to new technologies in Eurasia. Special attention was given to the development of the energy sector in Central Asia and the region's interaction with Afghanistan in the context of the construction of the Kushtepa Canal. An online event on climate and energy issues with the participation of Uzbek and Norwegian experts is planned for the fall of 2024.     These activities highlight UWED's active participation in international academic and political dialogue, as well as the growth of cooperation with leading international research centers.

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