University of World Economy and Diplomacy
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|University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED)|
|President||Nodir Djumayev (current)|
The University of World Economy and Diplomacy is a public institution which provides education that serves the interests of foreign policy of Uzbekistan and contributes to the development of society and the individual.
The principal purpose of the university is to provide the nexus between the past, present and future; the criterion against which plans are formulated and major decisions made; the bond which unites the faculty, students, staff, alumni, trustees and an academic community.
UWED has completed the transition to a comprehensive system of education, offering five-year degree programs at the undergraduate and two-year training at graduate levels. The university maintains sufficient depth of scholarship to offer the doctorate in selected academic disciplines.
The training on the subjects of international relations, political science, global economy, and law is conducted by three departments, 22 chair departments, and eight centers and is given by 16 full professors, more than 70 holders of Doctor or Candidate of Sciences degrees, 55 associate professors and 87 qualified faculty members. Faculties for bachelors degrees are international relations, international economic relations, and International law.
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