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Tashkent University of Information Technology


About University


Tashkent University of Information Technologies (formerly Tashkent Electrotechnical Institute of Communications) was established in 1955. It was the major and only producer of communication engineers for the Central Asian region. Today, it is one of the major universities to nurture ICT talent in Uzbekistan. 

The University and its regional branches have 13 schools to study IT in Uzbekistan and 62 departments. Practical training is being held in 23 areas and specialties of higher technical education, including 18 majors of undergraduate courses in IT and 29 specialties of master studies.

The University employs 915 teachers and professors, including 3 academicians, 35 doctors and professors,149 candidates of sciences, and associate professors. Professor-teachers with Ph. D. make up 32.8% of the total. The classrooms of the University are equipped with sufficient computers, including computers connected to the Internet. The library fund the university has over 300,000 books and it is constantly increasing and renovating. There is also an electronic library connected to the local network of the university and to the Internet.

According to the results of 2018, the State Inspectorate for Quality Supervision of Education under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan published a rating of higher educational institutions, in which the Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi takes the 4thplace among 57 universities.



The university trains Bachelors’s in 11 directions of IT education and Masters’s in 13 specialties. For 50 years, the university has trained over 30,000 engineers, both holders of bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Among its graduates, there are more than 150 Doctors of Science and Candidates of Science. In the Tashkent University of Information Technologies, there are six faculties:

  • Computer Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Telecommunication Technologies
  • Information Security
  • Television Technologies
  • Economics and Management
  • Professional Education
  • Special Faculty (Military)



All the international students of the Tashkent University of Information Technologies, holding academic offers, may apply for accommodation. The building has all conditions for living, studying, and relaxing. A typical residence has a living room (equipped with modern TV, and upholstered furniture), a spiritual room, a few kitchens, and a library. Every student has an opportunity to enjoy their free time at the Campus territory during sports activities in the gym, football fields, basketball fields, and tennis courts.

Each student gets free bedding items and 24-hour access to a fast Internet connection. The common kitchens, laundry rooms, libraries, and meeting rooms are fully furnished and equipped with modern appliances. In addition, all the essentials like hot and cold water or electricity are always available throughout the whole year. The security system is maintained with surveillance cameras and a warden, present at any time of the day or night.

International Cooperation


The university established cooperation with 42 universities, 8 research centers, 12 enterprises, and organizations from 26 foreign countries (South Korea, Japan, Germany, France, the USA, India, etc.), and 73 cooperation agreements and a memorandum of understanding were signed on mutual understanding.

Every year 15 foreign professors are involved in the educational process of TUIT and 50 professors and teachers of TUIT travel abroad to exchange experiences. And also, there are student mobility programs, every year 30 students of TUIT travel abroad in this program.

In order to develop the university together with leading experts, work is carried out on a project funded by the JICA project (Japan). As a result of this project, the Educational Media Training Center is designed to perform laboratory and practical studies and conduct research work on students in the field of Media Technologies.

Tashkent University of Information Technologies is implementing 12 projects funded by the European Commission under the ERASMUS+ program. An agreement was signed on the establishment of a dual degree program and joint training of specialists with higher education between Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi and the Belarusian State University of informatics and Radio Electronics.


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