Arts,Laws, Language Teaching Studies In Central Asia-College Selection
Today Central Asia comprises five independent republics, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan. From its beginning in 1917, the Soviet state never included Kazakhstan in Muslim Central Asia, preferring to give it a non-Asian identity by linking it closely to Russia and Siberia. Today, however, the Kazakhs themselves and the world at large believe they are very much part of the region. Central Asia covers an area of 3,994,300 square kilometers which includes some of the most sparsely populated regions in the world. Its population of only 51 million people includes more than 100 different ethnic groups, from Germans and Austrians to Tibetans and Koreans. The largest ethnic group is the Uzbeks. Uzbekistan has a population of more than 30 million, and Uzbeks from substantial minorities in all other four republics. There were some 10.6 million Russians living in Central Asia in 1992, but there has been a large-scale exodus of Russians from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan Because of fears of ethnic violence and Islamic fundamentalism. There Are many Universities in Central Asia. Some of the Art, Law And Language Teaching universities are following:
- Westminster International University In Tashkent
- Bukhara State University.
- Moscow national University In Tashkent
- Namangan state University
- National University Of Uzbekistan
- Tashkent Architectural Building Institute.
- Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration.
- Tashkent State Institute Of Law
- Tashkent State Agrarian University
- Urgench State University.