Karshi State University is one of the largest and leading universities in Uzbekistan which offers a global approach to education and research. It is a multidisciplinary university which offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees in several areas of study.
KSU has 38 undergraduate programs, 25 graduate programs and, 19 doctorate programs within 14 faculties, 42 departments.
The 14 Faculties in KSU include:
KSU actively strives to create a supportive and innovative environment to promote modern education. The university offers a distinctively Asian and global experience that is grounded in maximizing the potential of students and their future-readiness, and broad-based research excellence that enables beneficial translation. Learning across faculties and disciplines is highly valued and practiced, with other cross-disciplinary initiatives available for a well-rounded knowledge base and transferable skills. Students will learn countless practical lessons during their KSU journey. KSU is eager for students to receive not only comprehensive education, but to take part in student life to the full. Life on campus is rich with sport and extracurricular fare, with a lot of student organizations and a range of sport and cultural activities running year-round.
The university has 6 Scientific Councils, 1 research center, 1 scientific laboratory, 5 educational laboratories.
KSU takes an integrated and multi-disciplinary approach to research, working with partners from industry and government to address crucial and complex issues relevant to Central Asia and the world.
The previous year was a period of increasing scientific potential, making a number of updates in the scientific and innovative sphere, achieving scientific achievements and studying the most advanced foreign experiences, applying them to the field of science and education, incorporating them into national experiences for Karshi State University. In 2021, in order to increase the efficiency of activity in the field of scientific innovation, a network table was formed in the section of departments. From 2021 to the present time, 66 (18 in 2020) dissertations were defended and 38 (29 in 2020) scientific titles were obtained. As a result, the scientific potential of the university increased from 28.2% to 35.5%. From 2021 to the present, 19 textbooks (3 in 2020), 76 study guides (12 in 2020) and 65 monographs (21 in 2020) have been published. Publication of scientific articles in Web of Science and Scopus journals has been launched, and 186 articles have been published since 2021. 6 academic councils of awarding academic degrees are operating at the university.
The university is an active participant in international educational programs. Currently, the university has signed agreements and memorandums of understanding on cooperation in the scientific and educational spheres with more than 70 foreign educational institutions and is actively working with them.
KSU is a member of a number of major international scientific and educational projects (Erasmus+, Erasmus Mundus, etc.). Currently, within the framework of the credit mobility project of the KSU Erasmus+ program, cooperation agreements have been signed with the University of Jaen in Spain, Constantine the Philosopher University in Slovakia, and the Zelena Gora University in Poland.
Based on the concept of the development of the higher education system until 2030, the faculty of international education programs of the university, in cooperation with the leading universities of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, launched 6 bachelor's programs and 4 master's programs. In particular, 220 undergraduates and 26 graduate students are studying in the fields of philology, biology, linguistics, medical work, pediatrics, and applied mathematics in joint educational programs with Belgorod State National Research University, Moscow State University of Linguistics, Privolzhsk Research Medical University, and Grodno State University. In order to improve the quality of education in joint educational programs, 94 professors are working in undergraduate programs and 56 professors in master's programs.