For the first time, an article about the higher education institution of Uzbekistan was published in the prestigious British magazine QS Global Education News
For the first time, an article about the higher education institution of Uzbekistan was published in the prestigious British magazine QS Global Education News.
In the 1st issue of QS-GEN (Global Education News) of the international rating agency Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) under the headline "TIIAME only Uzbek institution represented in QS EECA rankings (TIIAME - the only institute of Uzbekistan in the QS EECA rating)" The publication of an article on the results achieved by the Institute of Agricultural Mechanization Engineers (TIIAME) was highly praised by the universities of Uzbekistan. For the second year in a row, TIIAME has been recognized by international rating agencies that rank world universities. The high result achieved in 2019 was the 301-350th place in the history of Uzbek universities in the ranking of developing countries in Europe and Central Asia by the international rating agency Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). Earlier, this result was reflected in the QS 2020 Annual Report (Yearbook).
The article says that TIIAME's participation in the QS EECA rating is ranked 301-350, that the institute has fully equipped laboratories for high-quality education, scientific and academic work based on global standards for young people to realize their intellectual potential and become professionals in their fields. Speaking about the conditions created for him, the rector of the institute, chairman of the Republican Council for Higher Education Uktam Pardaevich Umurzakov said that "we did not stop teaching in a pandemic situation for a minute." QS-GEN (Global Education News) is a logical continuation of QS WOW NEWS magazine, which has been published five times a year to date and published its first issue in August. The newsletter promotes world university news, including student and faculty achievements, program development, academic achievement, innovation, international cooperation, and collaboration agreements, and the opening of research centers and laboratories at
campuses and universities.
TIIAME press service