Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education recently announced the list of accepted students for the 2022 academic year. This year, the ministry accepted a record number of students, with a total of 32,052 students being accepted into the country’s higher education institutions.
The list was compiled after students took the Test of General Education, which was held on June 20-21, 2021. The test was administered by the Uzbekistan National Testing Center. The test consists of several sections, including Math, Russian, and English language tests.
The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education also announced that this year’s accepted students have higher scores than those of last year. The average score for accepted students this year was 79.7 points, compared to 77.7 points for the 2021 academic year.
Uzbekistan’s higher education institutions offer a variety of degree programs, from engineering to the humanities. The most popular programs this year were the medical sciences, mathematics, and economics. The most sought-after university was the State University of Uzbekistan, with a total of 5,549 accepted students.
The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education also reported that the number of students accepted into higher education institutions this year was higher than in previous years. This is due in part to the government’s initiatives to encourage more students to pursue higher education. The government has also invested in modernizing the country’s universities, which has helped to attract more students.
This year’s accepted students represent a diverse range of backgrounds and academic interests. The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education hopes that these students will become the future leaders of Uzbekistan and contribute to the country’s development in the years to come.
Uzbekistan’s higher education institutions are renowned for their quality of education and research. The country’s universities are well-equipped to provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the global economy. With the increased number of accepted students this year, Uzbekistan’s higher education institutions are poised to continue their growth and development in the coming years.