At the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, another training is being held on the British Council’s Creative Spark: Entrepreneurship in Higher Education project. This training is conducted by professors from the University of Leicester (UK). The training participants were academic faculty, doctoral students and aspirants of the Academy. The training was based on a simulation game that combined theory with practice, moreover, it contributes to the development of competencies in the field of HR, marketing, finance, production, and management. On the final day of the training on February 28th, a group from the Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khorazmy (TUIT), will join to participate, as this University is also a partner of the current grant project.
Reminder, This programme is aimed at developing international partnerships between universities and educational institutions in the UK and the countries participating in the project in the field of developing creative entrepreneurship skills in order to develop a creative economy. The project involves countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan), the South Caucasus (Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia) and Ukraine.