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STUDY IN UZBEKISTAN

Learn Islamic Studies, International Relations, Islamic Finance & Economic and Oriental Studies at the Heart of Central Asia

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

We collaborate with organisations and universities all over the world in our research, innovation and teaching

WELCOME TO IIAU

Learn Islamic Studies in Uzbekistan

For 20 years of existence, International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan is home to 1,500+ students and 25+ courses and 500+ staff a community representing over 10 different nations.

Better time to explore ancient Uzbekistan and study Islam Studies at the heart of Central Asia.

Youʼll have lots of opportunities to study from Islamic Studies to Islamic Finance and Economics.​

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Ashirali Abdirashidov

Dean, Faculty of Islamic Finance and International Relations
Magdy-Zaabal

Magdy Zaabal

Teacher of arabic languages (Egypt)
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Durbek Rahimjonov

Head of IIAU UNESCO Department
saidakbar

Saidakbar Agzamkhodjaev

Professor, Social & Human Sciences
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Khamida Nabievna

Head of Social & Human Sciences Department
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Davronbek Makhsudov

Head of IIAU ISESCO Department

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ACADEMY BROCHURE PDF

  International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan is specialized to educate religious and secular knowledge as an educational and scientific structural subdivision under the supervision of the Committee on Religious Affairs on the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Board of Muslims of Uzbekistan.

   We prepare highly trained specialists of bachelor and master’s degree in religious education spheres as Studies of the Quran, Hadith, Islam Rights, Aqida, Tasawwuf, Islam Economy and Finance, History of Islam, source studies and Philosophy and secular education spheres as Religious Studies, International Relations, Foreign languages, Pilgrimage tourism, Classic oriental literature.