Watch videos on University of Central Asia: Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic’s Campus Aerial View and Shams Kassim-Lakha Explaining in London on this World First Mountain University

The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) first undergraduate campus in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic is on schedule to open in September 2016. UCA’s centralised, phased strategy harnesses the talent of award-winning designers, a multi-national construction management team and specialised regional and local contractors.
Phase I in Naryn includes an academic building, housing classrooms, laboratories, the library and dining hall and faculty residences, two dormitories and international standard sports facilities. Buildings are linked by sheltered walkways, and ‘smart’ features such as bio-dynamic lighting, smart card technologies, campus-wide Internet access, and modular dormitory rooms will enhance the campus experience.

WEBCAST: UCA’s Kassim-Lakha’s “Creating Opportunity on the Roof of the World” lecture in London

The University of Central Asia (UCA) Board Executive Committee Executive Chairman and Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) Diplomatic Representative to the Kyrgyz Republic Shamsh Kassim-Lakha delivered a talk “Creating Opportunity on the Roof of the World”. He spoke in London on 20 May 2016 as part of the Aga Khan Foundation United Kingdom’s (AKF UK) Breaking the Cycle of Poverty lecture series.
Kassim-Lakha addressed the diverse audience, emphasising the strategic importance of the Central Asian region in a globalised world. After Kassim-Lakha’s talk, Senior Producer for British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Kyrgyz Television, Radio and Online, Gulnara Kasmambetova, led an open discussion and question and answer session.



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