The Government Decree "On Measures of improving and increasing the effectiveness of personnel training system of the Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi" was adopted.
In accordance with this decree, the credit system of education for the training of personnel in the field of information and communication technologies is going to be introduced at the Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi and its branches, starting from 2018-2019 academic year.The main goal is to ensure the university's entry into a number of prestigious universities in the world through the introduction of a credit education system.

The main advantages of the credit education system are:

  • Academic mobility - the possibility of continuing the study in foreign educational institutions;
  • High level of education quality - attracting highly qualified specialists from foreign educational institutions and leading enterprises to the educational sector;
  • Development of educational programs, based on the experience of foreign higher educational institutions, in order to ensure the intensification of the learning process;
  • The possibility of choosing disciplines for students and etc.
We remind you that under the credit system of education, the level of the student's mastery of a certain training course depends on the accumulation of a certain number of loans on the basis of various criteria. The total number of credits collected by the student is determined on the basis of the student's active participation in the classes, the results of the tests during the training course, the results of scientific research, oral and written examinations, and practice. The introduction of the credit system of education in the university's educational process will dramatically improve the system of training highly qualified specialists, competitive in the conditions of a volatile international market, as well as TUIT entry to the TOP 1000 prestigious universities in the world.