The Tashkent State University of Economics (Uzbek: Toshkent Davlat Iqtisodiyot Universiteti , Тошкент Давлат Иқтисодиёт Университети) is one of the largest higher education establishments in the sphere of economics in Uzbekistan and in Central Asia.
The Tashkent State University of Economics (Uzbek: Toshkent Davlat Iqtisodiyot Universiteti , Тошкент Давлат Иқтисодиёт Университети) is one of the largest higher education establishments in the sphere of economics in Uzbekistan and in Central Asia. It is the former Tashkent Institute of Economics. The university includes:
The Tashkent State University of Economics has roughly 10,000 students and is one of the largest economic universities in Central Asia. It is divided into functional institutes that strive to provide education regarding the economics of Uzbekistan.
TSEU was the first international American-style business school in Uzbekistan and has gained note by building relationships with notable universities in the US, Great Britain, and Germany. It maintains the largest university library in Central Asia. There function the Institute of economics, business, and professional development and retraining of personnel, specialized higher business school, republican economic lyceum, economic gymnasium, various scientific-research institutes, consulting and training centers at the University. All these structures ensure the continual economic education. TSUE serves as the base university on economic education in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The university employs over 600 faculty staff, including 3 academicians of Academy of Science of the Republic of Uzbekistan, one academician of Academy of Humanities of the Russian Federation, one academician of Academy of Natural Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, 2 academicians and 3 corresponding members of International Academy of Work and Employment, over 50 Doctors of Science, roughly 300 Doctors of Phylosophy.
At the beginning of the twentieth century there were only 3 commercial institutions that were intended to produce specialists in the field of commerce – in Tashkent city, Kokand city and Samarkand city. Moreover, there arose the need for the systematic solution of the problem related to the lack of economic degree holders, which gained a significant importance.
During the development of independent Uzbekistan, the university witnessed the establishment of new faculties and divisions: