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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

The bachelor of science (BS) in business administration covers the breadth of business-related disciplines as defined in the business core curriculum. Students use information, analytical tools and problem-solving skills to make well-reasoned business decisions, considering both quantitative factors and qualitative factors such as ethical considerations.

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Bachelor of Arts in Economics

The bachelor of arts (BA) in economics provides the student with a foundation in the discipline of economics. After taking the 4 core required economics courses, the major will have the flexibility to: (a) choose 4 upper-level economics elective courses that suit their interest and (b) choose 1 of 3 ‘tracks’ (math, business or liberal arts) that further allows the major to tailor their economics studies to suit their interests and strengths.

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Bachelor of Arts in International Relations

The bachelor of arts (BA) in international relations major at Webster University is designed to help you develop the skills you need to understand, analyze, and make decisions in an interconnected world. You will gain political awareness, a grasp on economics, cultural competency, along with a sense of global citizenship. Webster’s global campuses offer students the opportunity for immersive study abroad experiences as part of their IR degree. Unique fieldwork or internship opportunities offer students valuable international relations experience outside the classroom. 

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Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies

The BA in media studies major is a broad communication experience within the School of Communications. In this program, students explore the design, delivery and effects of media messages in a range of communication fields and across multiple communication platforms. Media studies majors approach media from academic and practical standpoints, develop diverse professional portfolios and hone skills integral to a variety of media careers. The media studies degree affords an excellent foundation for pursuing a variety of careers within any organization that uses and values communication.

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English as a Second Language (ESL) Program

The English as a Second Language (ESL) program is offered to admitted students at Webster University in Tashkent. This program is taken in conjunction with one of the majors listed above, to enable students to improve their English proficiency. The program is designed to help non-native speakers develop their English skills in an academic setting. Because Webster offers content-based ESL instruction, students undertake both ESL classwork and classwork in courses for their major. This way, ESL students learn how to interact with professors and peers in a real academic setting while becoming accustomed to the linguistic rigors of undergraduate university work.

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Admissions 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.

Documents required to apply for bachelor's programs:

  • Diploma
  • Transcript
  • English language test results
  • Copy of your passport

Diploma, or earned degree: 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.

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.

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

English language test results: 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:  

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

For students who do not have an immediate test score available, please contact our admissions team to take the Michigan English Placement Test.

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We kindly ask all applicants to watch a video on our official YouTube channel to see how the online application works and how to fill it out. Watch the video here.

If you make any errors in your application, please contact us on social media or contact your Admissions counselor directly. Please do not create additional applications.

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


Tuition Fee & Policies

The tuition fee for students admitted for bachelor's programs in the academic year 2020-2021 is undergraduate programs is currently a flat fee of 3500 USD for two semesters of study. The fee can be paid in halves at the beginning of each semester. Payment is made in UZS based on the Central Bank of Uzbekistan rate.

Should a student decide to drop or withdrawal from the university, it is the student's responsibility to file the drop or withdrawal form(s) with the Office of the Registrar by the deadline. The student tuition refund rates are based on when a student drops or withdraws from a course in accordance with University enrollment policies and the refund has been approved. More information about undergraduate tuition refunds can be found in the University Catalog


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