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To implement the “IUCA 2023-2030 Strategic Development Plan,” IUCA hosted a roundtable on “IUCA Graduates’ Employment Opportunities and Prospects” on November 18. Representatives from companies such as Kalikov & Associates, Bishkek International School (BIS), Kyrgyzpatent, and Bilimkana Foundation, as well as educational institutions, government organizations, and business entities, were invited. These representatives have been employing IUCA graduates for over a decade. During the Roundtable, these employers expressed the diverse needs of the job market for graduates in “Business Management,” “International Relations,” “Laws,” “Information Technology,” Linguistics,” and “Education,” all of which have specific requirements and expectations for professional skills.
After introducing their projects, IUCA Project Managers answered questions from the guests and audience. The university’s strategic development plan provides a wide range of professional programs and cultivates graduates with solid professional skills meeting the demands of the employers.
As a comprehensive university established in Kyrgyzstan following the American educational model, IUCA graduates have gained broad recognition and.are considered responsible individuals with a global perspective, committed to maintaining integrity in personal and professional life, and serving as role models in society,
On November 9, students from the IUCA Chinese Department participated in the “History of the Silk Road in Central Asia” book promotion event at the Innovation Center in the capital, Bishkek. During the event, students had the opportunity to interact with numerous experts and elites, broadening their horizons. It is worth mentioning that the Chair of the IUCA Chinese Department, Aramanov, was also invited as a speaker, further enhancing IUCA’s influence in the Chinese academic community in Kyrgyzstan.
In addition, IUCA’s Continuing Education Center is actively seeking proactive and energetic English teachers among their junior and senior students! Requirements include B2-C1-C2 proficiency and good oral communication skills. If you are qualified and feel you are called for educating these university students, please contact GLEC.
We hope that IUCA’s young students will not only excel in their academic pursuits but also adapt to societal development and progress. We also hope that they will be equipped with God’s wisdom, benefit the country and humanity in the future. Thank you all for watching!
On 10/21, the pastoral team and colleagues of the Kyrgyzstan Tokmok Gym organized a celebration event for its 19th anniversary. Everyone gathered to count God’s blessings, share how the gym has impacted their lives, and spend a fun and meaningful day together.
Our Tokmak Gym Ministry launched the first summer camp organized by the local co-workers. The Playground Ministry organized a summer camp in Tokmak. Several Christian schools affiliated with Mercy Foundation officially started school on September 1.
In-depth Vision Mission team kicked off the summer short-term mission activities in Kyrgyzstan on May 21st. Mercy Foundation and IUCA Board Meetings Successfully Held in early June. Multiple Short-term mission teams have begun their activities in Central Asia.
The Youth House ministry platform impacts the lives of Central Asian university students. Our primary and secondary Christian schools in Central Asia recently received awards. Our Christian School students freely and joyfully celebrated Easter in Kyrgyzstan.
To inspire our children’s enthusiasm for bible learning, our school held an annual Olympics Bible memorization competition. Mercy Foundation provided a specific seminar on resolving conflicts with God’s Word to equip our school staff to better serve our students.
The Children’s Ministry in Central Asia has increased its support for school Chaplains. On 2/8-9, MCCF held a Training Seminar for Gym ministry Spiritual Coordinators. Many praise reports on the achievements of the Kara Balta Christian school and Belovdsk school.