Rahmanova Dilnoza

Rahmanova Dilnoza a 3rd-year student of the IET TSUC, specialty “Finance and Credit in FEA”, shared her experience as an Erasmus+ student at the National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek (NUUz). “The National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek is considered to be the first and leading higher education institution not only in Uzbekistan but also in Central Asia. Since I am Faculty of Economics and Innovative Technologies, of IET TSUC, I was assigned to the Faculty of Economics of the NUUz. On the first day of training, we were introduced to the 8-story faculty. NUUz students study in groups with Uzbek and Russian languages of instruction. Studying there in the period from 18.04.2022 to 30.04.2022, I discovered a lot of interesting things in the field of economics, as well as in the culture of both the Uzbek people and the University in general. I thank UNICAC Mobility and the International Relations Department of the IET TSUC for the opportunity to visit and study in Uzbekistan”.


Boynazarov Jahongir

Boynazarov Jahongir – student of the 2nd year at IETTSUC, his major “World economy”, Erasmus exchange student at Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi. “Learning is a very interesting process that takes up most of your time and attention. In addition, learning shapes the future life path. Tashkent University of Information Technology named after Mukhammad al-Khwarizmi is one of the top universities in Uzbekistan. The University meets all the criteria of the educational process and student life. Firstly, it has the fourth level of accreditation, which means its high status and the possibility of obtaining a master’s degree. Secondly, this university has a very extensive system of study areas. Here at the Tashkent University of IT named after Mukhammad al-Khwarizmi, students can choose the necessary subjects voluntarily. I think that this is very good because there is a possibility of a suitable choice from many options. In addition, in this case, it is possible to enroll in another direction, while simultaneously studying in the main specialty. This opportunity is very useful, because nowadays sometimes one diploma is not enough to get a prestigious job, so more and more students are trying to study in several departments at once”.



BULGARIA 2021-2022


Sattorov Sukhrob

Meet Sattorov Sukhrob. Studying his 4th year of Bachelor degree in IET TSUC. His major is “World Economy”. He is the 2nd place winner from “English language” subject in the Republican Olympiad (2020 – 2021). His favorite activities are learning languages, hiking, reading, sightseeing, etc… This year he became selectee of Erasmus+ student mobility program and was awarded scholarship.  Currently continues his studies in Varna University of Management, Bulgaria.


Suhrob Mukaramov

Suhrob Mukaramov, student of the 3rd year at IETTSUC, specialty Finance and Credit in Foreign Economic Activity, Erasmus exchange student at VUM. Suhrob Mukaramov is an active student and he is the owner of the scholarship of Mayor of Khujand (2020 – 2021 academic year). Also, he is a mentor of English language at @shakespeare_center in Khujand. His favourite job is teaching debate courses and work with students. His life motto is “The boundaries of my language mean, the boundaries of my world”.


Achilova Rukhshona

A student at the IET TSUC, speciality World Economy, 3rd course. Volunteer, debater, mentor in “Tachnovation girls” program. Interested in start-up projects and trainings. In future wants to connect her life with business sphere. Favorite quote: “If a person wants something, then a whole universe will accompany him” Paulo Coelho.


Shukurov Qurbonmahmad

Shukurov Qurbonmahmad — Student of the 4th course of IET-TSUC, the specialty “World Economy”. He likes self-improving and learning foreign languages. In future wants to work in an International Organizations. As a debater he interested in training and start-ups. Mostly spends his free time on reading books and going in for sports.
His motto is “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough”.


Soliev Sheroz

SOLIEV SHEROZ is currently a 4th year student of World Economy at the IET TSUC . He is currently passionate about some languages, especially English and Chinese. His one of the favorite motto in his life : “BELIEVING IN YOURSELF IS THE FIRST SECRET OF SUCCESS”.


Abdullaeva Shahzoda

Shahzoda Abdullaeva – a 3rd year student at IET TSUC, her major is “World Economy”. Except her specialty Shahzoda also interests in Graphic design and video-making. Actively maintains different accounts on social media and tries herself in the field of SMM and marketing, she is an intern at the artificial intelligence laboratory “Tajrupt” and creates posters and promotional videos. According to Shahzoda: “I want to try different things until I find myself and understand my vocation”.


Sharifov Muhammadfarid

Sharifov Muhammadfarid  student of the 4rd year at IETTSUC, his major is “World Economy”. Erasmus exchange student at VUM. He interested in business start-up, business trainings, debate courses. His professional skills are: team working, communicational skills, project management. He is a business analytic of “Top Consulting”- company and he wants to build an international career in the field of economics and business. His life moto is “The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling but in rising every time we fall”.


Our ERASMUS+ students have started their ICM at the

University of Cantabria, Spain 2020-2021

Khusrav Mamadjonov

Khusrav Mamadjonov a 3rd year student, speciality of World Economy at Institute of Economy and Trade of TSUC. Mamadjonov shared his experience as an Erasmus student at the University of Cantabria.
“Erasmus is a once in a lifetime experience you will never forget, so make the most out of it, and do what you really feel like doing! I was absolutely amazed by the vibe of the city of Santander! Old Spanish architecture, ocean, its culture and the citizens make Santander one of the best cities I know. Even during lockdown due to Coronavirus pandemic I could have a great time! I can surely say it was of the best experiences in my life”.
Sanginzoda Bahrullo
Bahrulloi Sanginzoda student of the 4th year at IETTSUC, specialty World Economy. Erasmus exchange student at University of Cantabria UC Exchange students.
“Erasmus is not just a year overseas but it`s a life within the university year where you make a lot of friends from different parts of the world, become familiar with other cultures and learn foreign languages. Joining Erasmus+ program and studying one semester at University of Cantabria was one of the best period in my student life. I gained new experience not only regarding my field of study but also in all life aspects. Erasmus+ made me open-minded, gave me chance to widen my knowledge and look to things that happen in different point of view. These experiences will always be forever a part of my life”.
Mahmudjon Boymatov
Mahmudjon Boymatov a 3rd year student his major is “World Economy” at IETTSUC. “Erasmus gave me the most memorable period of life in my 20s. Lots of new friends, lots of wonderful memories, a great experience, and most importantly, I realized that there is so much unseen and undiscovered in this world that I have got a huge motivation to study, travel, and enjoy every moment. Erasmus + gave me the opportunity to learn from highly qualified professors and study with the most ambitious people from all over the world.
Despite the pandemic all over the world, I still have a lot of impressions. I can imagine how many things could have happened if there was no quarantine. Therefore, I would like to advise all students who read this, do not miss the chance to study abroad that our University and the Erasmus program provides”.
MEET our second BestFour finalists of ICM
to the UNIVERSITY of CORDOBA, Spain 2020-2021
Manizha Nabieva
Manizha Nabieva, her major is  “World Economy” at Institute of Economy and Trade of TSUC. Exchange student at University of Cordoba. Manizha also shared her experience as Erasmus student at the University of Cordoba.
“6- Months of studying in Spain as an Erasmus+ student, for me was unforgettable and full of true life. Before coming here I thought that this experience is more than I could ever expect. Well that’s true! Even we faced with COVID – 19 pandemic, that no one of us could ever think about it. Anyway I would never regret about the choice that I have made. I should accept and be honest – these months were for me one of the happiest part in my life when I really saw the world, people around me and myself. I met my truly friends and incredible flatmates. I want to say thank you for this time and for the moments we have gone through.At the end we feel happy not because of places or climate. We feel happy if we are with really good people. I think I was lucky to be with really amazing people.”
Fakhriddin Farrukhzoda
Fakhriddin Farrukhzoda student of the 3rd year at IETTSUC, specialty World Economy. He shared his experience as Erasmus+ KA107 alumna at University of Cordoba, Spain.  “Erasmus program is a great opportunity for students to change their outlook, meet new cultures and increase knowledge. I did my Erasmus in Cordoba, Spain. It was unforgettable time, Cordoba is really beautiful city with great history. I made many friends from different countries, spent half year of my life with them. New cultures, new feelings and excitements.
Erasmus once – Erasmus forever!”
Faridun Tojiev
Faridun Tojiev student of the 4th year, speciality World Economy,  Erasmus+ KA107 alumna at the University of Cordoba, Spain.
“The Erasmus+ program gives students to find their strong qualities and teaches leadership. This is a wonderful chance to learn different cultures and study world languages. Thanks to the EU for support. Erasmus+ students will be so motivated that this will totaly change their future life. Erasmus gives new friends, new knowledge and great motivation!”
Ochilov Marufon
Ochilov Marufon a 4th year student, his major is World Economy at IET TSUC. Erasmus+ KA107 alumna at the University of Cordoba, Spain. He expressed his opinion briefly about Erasmus+ exchange student at the University of Cordoba, Spain.  “Erasmus is not one year in life, but life in one year». It’s not just a words. Erasmus changed my life. You could say that I became Spanish in a way. The program helped me not in just fulfilling my dreams, but also, living beyond them”.