Education with a Global Perspective

At Webster Tashkent, we understand university is a challenging time for most young people. 

That’s why enrolling in this private, non-profit university is easy — we maintain a rolling admissions policy, meaning you can apply twice a year, as early as it is convenient for you.

Learn more about our application process for both undergraduates and working professionals seeking an advanced degree.

Bachelor's Admission Process

To apply to Webster Tashkent for a bachelor's degree, you will need to:

  • Complete your secondary education: graduate a lyceum, school, or college (specialized high school in Uzbekistan).
  • Demonstrate a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale).
  • Demonstrate English proficiency at a level equal to or higher than IELTS 6.0.

Each applicant needs to demonstrate their ability to undertake the Webster program, which will be taught in English. Nevertheless, for the purpose of maintaining diversity, Webster Tashkent accepts some students with lower English scores, equivalent to IELTS scores between 5.5 and 5.9. Applicants who do not meet our English requirements may be conditionally accepted as English as a Second Language (ESL) students.

ESL courses are taken during the first two semesters. These classes are provided at no additional cost to support students in increasing academic English skills. The classes are taken at the same time as other subjects related to the student's major and are counted toward their degrees in the form of electives.

Webster accepts applications from citizens of all countries who meet eligibility requirements.

Note: Webster University requires specific steps and qualifications for application to undergraduate (bachelor's) programs. Brief descriptions can be found below, but prospective students should consult the full admission policies.

Webster Tashkent has three intakes a year for undergraduate applicants

Applicants can choose any intake. The fall semester starts in August, and students can still apply for the Spring semester to start their classes the following January. We also offer a summer semester that allows students to start their degree even earlier than fall. 

Undergraduate application deadlines

Class start date: Uzbekistan students apply by: International students apply by:
June 6, 2022 May 20, 2022 April 20, 2022
August 22, 2022 July 31, 2022 June 30, 2022
January 16, 2023 December 31, 2022 November 30, 2023
June 2023 May 15 2023 April 10, 2023

Document of school completion

Each applicant must submit a document certifying he or she has completed high school, such as an attestat or diploma. Applicants considered for admission to undergraduate studies at Webster University must complete their high school education in an accredited educational institution recognized by Webster University, and meet all program admission standards. Applicants must have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) for full admission.

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Each applicant must submit an official, final high school document demonstrating grades (transcript). Those who receive an attestat are not required to submit anything further, since that document contains their grades.

If you are still in school, you may submit a transcript of your grades from your 10th and 11th years of studies. You will receive a provisional admission decision. After we receive your final transcript, we will update your admissions decision from provisional to full.

Proof of English Language Proficiency

We accept scores from several English proficiency tests, including the following:

  • IELTS: 6.0 minimum score (5.5 for admission conditional on completion of the ESL Bridge program)
  • TOEFL iBT: 80 minimum score (69-79 for admission conditional on completion of the ESL Bridge program)
  • Duolingo: 110 minimum score (100-105 for admission conditional on completion of the ESL Bridge program)
  • Pearson (PTE): 53 minimum score
  • LanguageCert: C1 minimum level

Passport or ID Card

To complete your admissions file, we will also require a scanned file of your passport identification page or both sides of your ID card.

Document Languages

All documents must be in English. If these documents are not originally in English, please get a notarized translation and submit the scanned version of the original and translation.

Transfer Students

If you wish to transfer from your current university to Webster Tashkent, please provide your most up-to-date grades from university as well as high school documents. Please note that decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.

All applications to Webster University in Tashkent are submitted online. Click here to apply.

To see how the online application works and how to fill it out, watch a video on our official YouTube channel.

Once we receive your application and documents through the online system, it typically takes us 2-3 weeks to review your candidacy and send you a decision by email.

Applicants are not sent a confirmation email when we receive applications. Please email or call the Admissions Department if you want to check that Webster has received your application.

Once an applicant is admitted, they are required to submit the first semester's tuition fee.

The fee of 1,800 USD confirms intent to enroll at the University. Enrollment in classes will be completed only after the student's tuition fee is received. Students are encouraged to pay the tuition fee as soon as possible, before July 31, to guarantee their ability to study in their desired semester. The second half of the tuition may be paid by the end of the first week of the second semester.

If an admitted student decides to drop, defer, or withdraw from classes:

The official method of notifying Webster University in Tashkent of dropping, deferring, or withdrawing from the University is by completing the Change of Study Plans Form. Verbal requests to defer, drop, or withdrawal from the University are not official or binding. Students must submit the form and their academic advisor will follow up to confirm receipt.

Students should plan to come to Webster freshman orientation in the weeks before classes start.

Orientation gives new students — both freshmen and transfers — a chance to learn about Webster rules, policies, services, student life, how to get involved, and so forth. Attending orientation is mandatory. Sessions are organized before the start of classes, and students are invited to participate by email, so make sure to check your inbox regularly.

Congratulations! You are now a Gorlok — welcome to our international family!

Master's Admission Process

Webster University in Tashkent is accepting applications for graduate programs.

To apply to WUT for a master's degree, you will need to:

  • Complete your bachelor's education: graduate university or institute.
  • Demonstrate a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) from your bachelor's studies.
  • Demonstrate English proficiency at a level equal or higher than IELTS 6.0 for MA TESL and MA EDIN, or IELTS 6.5 for MBA.

Webster University utilizes a cohort-based term system for graduate programs. This means that prospective students can start their studies at different times a year, choosing a date that is most convenient. Refer to the tables below for details. If you are interested, please contact us to hear more. You can also simply submit an electronic application, indicating the date when you wish to start classes.

Webster accepts applications from citizens of all countries who meet eligibility requirements.

Note: Webster University requires specific steps and qualifications for application to graduate (master's) programs. Brief descriptions can be found below, but prospective students should consult the full admission policies.

MA TESL Program Start Dates and Deadlines

The MA TESL program starts twice a year, in Fall 1 and Spring 1 terms. Webster University in Tashkent offers MA TESL at its campus in Tashkent and in partnership with Uzbekistan State University of World Languages. The program is also delivered in Samarkand at the Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages. 

Application deadlines for MA TESL

Class start date: Uzbekistan students apply by: International students apply by:
August 15, 2022 July 22, 2022 June 20, 2022
January 9, 2023 December 25, 2022 November 27, 2022

MBA, MA EDIN Program Start Dates and Deadlines

The MBA and MA EDIN programs start five times a year. Webster University in Tashkent offers these programs at its campus in Tashkent.

Application deadlines for MBA and MA EDIN

Class start date: Uzbekistan students apply by: International students apply by:
August 15, 2022 July 22, 2022 June 20, 2022
October 17, 2022 October 3, 2022 September 5, 2022
January 9, 2023 December 25, 2022 November 27, 2022
March 20, 2023 March 6, 2023 February 6, 2023
June 2023 May 14, 2023 April 10, 2023

Document of University Completion

Each applicant must submit a document certifying they have completed university, such as a diploma. Those who studied based on a government grant and who were not issued their diploma may submit their certificate of university completion (ko'chirma).

Applicants considered for admission to graduate studies at Webster University must complete their high school education in an accredited higher educational institution recognized by Webster University, and meet all program admission standards. Applicants must have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) for full admission.

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Each applicant must submit an official, final document demonstrating grades (transcript).

Proof of English Language Proficiency

We accept scores from several English proficiency tests, including the following:

  • IELTS: 6.0 minimum score (5.5 for admission conditional on completion of the ESL Bridge Pathway program)
  • TOEFL iBT: 80 minimum score (69-79 for admission conditional on completion of the ESL Bridge Pathway program)
  • Duolingo: 110 minimum score (100-105 for admission conditional on completion of the ESL Bridge Pathway program)
  • Pearson (PTE): 53 minimum score
  • LanguageCert: C1 minimum level

Applicants who have earned their bachelor's degree from a university in which the language of instruction was English may get the English requirement waived. Please reach out to our Admissions team to check whether you are eligible.

Passport or ID Card

To complete your admissions file, we will also require a scanned file of your passport identification page or both sides of your ID card.

Document Languages

All documents must be in English. If these documents are not originally in English, please get a notarized translation and submit the scanned version of the original and translation.

All applications to Webster University in Tashkent are submitted online. Click here to apply.

To see how the online application works and how to fill it out, watch a video on our official YouTube channel.

Once we receive your application and documents through the online system, it typically takes us 2-3 weeks to review your candidacy and send you a decision by email.

Applicants are not sent a confirmation email when we receive applications. Please email or call the Admissions Department if you want to check that Webster has received your application.

Once an applicant is admitted, he or she is required to submit the first term's tuition fee.

The first term's tuition fee confirms intent to enroll at the University. Enrollment in classes will be completed only after the student's tuition fee is received. Students are encouraged to pay the tuition fee as soon as possible to guarantee their ability to study in their desired semester.

Students should plan to come to Webster orientation in the weeks before classes start.

Orientation gives new students a chance to learn about Webster rules, policies, and technologies. Grad students are strongly encouraged to participate, since they use our online systems intensively to complete reading and submit assignments.

Congratulations! You are now a Gorlok — welcome to our international family!

 

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Email

uzadmissions@webster.edu

Send us an email any time, and we will respond as soon as possible.

Call

71-241-3300 | 71-241-4158

The Admissions Office answers calls 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday

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