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Admissions at Webster University in Tashkent

Anyone can apply to our programs through the online application. When filling it out, select the program of your choice and one of the locations in Uzbekistan. Our admissions team typically responds with an admissions decision within 15 business days. After the decision regarding your application is made, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with information about next steps.

Undergraduate (Bachelor's Degree) Admission Requirements

Webster University is accepting undergraduate applications for our new campus in Tashkent. All applications to Webster University in Tashkent are submitted online.

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Webster University requires specific steps and qualifications for application to undergraduate (bachelor's) programs. Brief descriptions can be found below, but prospective students should consult the full admission policies.

Earned degrees: Applicants considered for admission to undergraduate studies at Webster University must complete their high school education in an accredited educational institution recognized by Webster University, and meet all program admission standards. Applicants must have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) for full admission. Webster University in Tashkent is currently considering Freshman applications only.

For transfer applications from another university or college, we will review applications on a case by case basis.

Transcript: Each applicant must submit an official, final high school transcript to complete the application file. Any transcripts not issued in English will require a notarized English translation in addition to the official original language document. The admission decision will be made after all required documents are submitted through the online application.

If you are still in school you may submit a transcript of your grades from your 10th and 11th years of studies. You will receive a provisional admission decision. After we receive your final transcript, we will update your admissions decision from provisional to full.

Proof of English Language Proficiency: Each applicant needs to demonstrate his or her ability to undertake the Webster program which will be taught in English.

We accept scores from several English proficiency tests, including the following:

  • IELTS: 6.0 minimum score
  • TOEFL iBT: 80 minimum score
  • Pearson (PTE): 53 minimum score
  • Michigan English Placement Test: 61 minimum score
  • LanguageCert: C1 minimum level*
  • Duolingo English Test: 120 minimum score*

* Dependinng on your score or on the test, applicants might be asked to take an additional English proficiency test before the start of the semester.

We offer English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for undergraduate students, taken over the course of the first semester. Applicants who do not meet our English requirements may be conditionally accepted as an ESL student.

To take the Michigan English Placement Test, please contact our admissions team.

Other Documents: To complete your admissions file, we will also require a copy of your passport.

Apply for Bachelor's Programs

Apply online to submit your application to study at Webster University in Tashkent here.

To see how the online application works and how to fill it out, watch a video on our official YouTube channel here.

Graduate (Master's Degree) Admission Requirements

Webster University in Uzbekistan is currently accepting graduate applications for MBA, MBA in project Management, and MA TESL programs offered at its main campus in Alisher Navoiy Street, and at our partner locations at Uzbekistan State World Languages University, and Samarkand State Institute of World Languages. All applications to Webster University in Tashkent are submitted online.

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Webster University requires specific steps and qualifications for application to graduate programs. Brief descriptions can be found below, but prospective graduate students should consult the full admission policies.

Earned degrees: Applicants considered for admission to graduate studies at Webster University must hold an earned baccalaureate degree from an accredited educational institution recognized by Webster University, and meet all program admission standards. Applicants who have a completed baccalaureate degree from a U.S. accredited institution must satisfy program requirements or requisites, including a 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) for full admission.

Transcripts: Each applicant must submit an official, final transcript designating a degree and date of conferral from the degree-granting institution in order to complete the application file. Issued-to-student copies are not acceptable unless received in an unopened envelope certified with the official seal of the issuing institution. Any transcripts not issued in English will require a notarized English translation in addition to the official original language document. The admission decision will be made after all required documents are submitted through the online application. Applicants for a sequential master's degree must submit both undergraduate and graduate transcripts at the time of application if their degree was issued from an institution other than Webster University.

Proof of English Language Proficiency: Each applicant needs to demonstrate an ability to undertake the Webster program, which will be taught in English. We require standardized test scores from all applicants:

  • TOEFL iBT: minimum score of 80 (minimum writing score 22)
  • IELTS: minimum score of 6.5 (for MBA) or 6.0 (for MA TESL)
  • Pearson (PTE): minimum score of 53

We also accept scores from the following English proficiency tests:

  • LanguageCert: C1 level
  • Duolingo English Test: 120 minimum score (for MBA) or 110 minimum score (for MA TESL)
  • Michigan English Placement Test. We administer this test on our campus for students who do not have another test score available. To take the MEPT, please contact our admissions team.

Since we do not offer any ESL courses at this time in Uzbekistan, we may not be able to accept students who do not meet our English requirements.

Other Documents: To complete your admissions file, we will also require the following documents:

  1. Copy of your passport
  2. Most recent CV (Curriculum Vitae)

Application requirements by program: The individual admission requirements for each program can be found in the catalog under the appropriate school and program. Upon completion of the admission file, it will be reviewed and a decision will be rendered by the respective department's admission committee. MBA in Project Management requires all applicants to have completed an undergraduate degree in Business or Management. As we do not offer pre-requisite courses at this time in Uzbekistan, we are not able to consider applications who are graduates from non-business programs. Please note that Webster University is planning to offer more programs, including pre-requisite courses in the near future.

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For fast consideration and counselor contact, apply online now. After you submit your application you will learn what additional documents are needed to complete your application. Log into your personalized site now.

Graduate Program Start Dates and Application Deadline

  • MA TESL: The MA TESL program starts every year in our Fall Semester. The deadline to apply to Webster University to start classes in Fall 2020 is July 31. 
  • MBA: The main intake for the MBA program is Fall 2020. The deadline to apply to Webster University to start classes in Fall 2020 is July 31. However, we can start a new cohort a few times throughout the year if we have enough students. If you are interested, please fill out an application and we can let you know when the next cohort starts classes.

Additional Information

Webster University in Uzbekistan offers an MA in TESL in partnership with and offered at three locations: at our campus in Tashkent, at Uzbekistan State University of World Languages, and at Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages. Typically admissions into these programs are once a year in the Fall semester. 

Webster also offers an MBA in Project Management in partnership with and taught at two locations, namely, Tashkent University of Information and Technology and Tashkent State University of Economics. Classes are usually offered in Fall semester for all new applicants. 

Admissions Contacts in Uzbekistan

Contact us for further information about admissions and other related matters.

Email: uzadmissions@webster.edu

Call: Our admissions officers are available to answer your questions between 9am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.  

Our office number is +998 71 241 3300 and +998 71 241 4158

If you have a specific question about programs or applications:

  • BS in Business: +998 90 927 3300
  • BA in Economics: +998 90 986 3300
  • BA in Media Studies: +998 90 975 3300
  • Master's degrees (MBA and MA TESL): +998 90 927 3300

Michigan Language Assessment (English Placement Test)

Quarantine: Due to the COVID-19 quarantine in Uzbekistan, all Michigan English Placement Test dates have been postponed. Webster University in Tashkent is not currently registering people to take the MEPT or conducting the test. We will announce future test dates as soon as we can reasonably schedule them at our campus. 

If a prospective undergraduate or graduate student does not have IELTS or TOEFL scores, he or she can take the Michigan English Placement Test at our campus in Tashkent. We offer regular testing options to our applicants from February until July of this year, to facilitate admissions for the Fall semester. Note that we charge an administrative fee for each test. Please contact our local admissions team regarding the schedule for these tests. For more information about the Michigan Langauge Test and to review some sample questions, please click here.

Enrollment Confirmation Process

Accepted applicants to Webster University in Tashkent are encouraged to submit 100 USD to confirm their intent to enroll at the University. This $100 is a part of the upcoming semester’s tuition, the remaining amount of the semester’s tuition is to be paid by the end of the first week of classes. Payments for the Fall semester/term(s) are refundable until May 1st, deposits for the Spring semester/term(s) are refundable until December 1st, and deposits for the Summer term are refundable until April 1st. Requests for a refund must be made in writing to the Office of Admission.