Uzbekistan State University of World Languages (Uzbek: O’zbek Davlat Jahon Tillari Universiteti, Узбек Давлат Жахон Тиллари Университети Russian: Узбекский государственный университет мировых языков) is one of the leading universities in Tashkent city and in Uzbekistan. The Importance of language is essential[1] to every aspect and interaction in the modern world. Language is the most important tool in contributing the knowledge and information among people and countries. Therefore, the world needs highly trained professionals, who mastered different languages, which would lead to the development of any country. "Uzbekistan State University of World Languages" has set the goals of upbringing highly trained philologist, and cover the demands for the professionals on philology field. "Uzbekistan State University of World Languages" was first established by the Decree of President of Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov in the year of 1992 on 12 May, number 401 under the base of "Republican Russian language and literature pedagogics Institute" and "Tashkent state foreign languages pedagogics institute". In recent years, the "Uzbekistan State University of World Languages" has become the best language teaching university of Uzbekistan and there are more than 15 languages which are taught at the ""Uzbekistan State University of World Languages", which are: English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Iranian, Malaysian, Polish, Indian, Turkish, Greek and Indonesian. There are 8 faculties which give lessons in different subjects of philology


NUU began its function in 1918 as People’s University. From 1920 university was named Turkistan State University, 1923 Central Asian State University, from 1960 to 2000 it was named as Tashkent State University. On 14 th of September in 1995 according to the decree of Council of Ministries of Uzbekistan university was named after Mirzo Ulugbek.

NUU was first founded not only in Uzbekistan but in whole territory. Scientists and teachers of university greatly contributed to the development of science, education and scientific researches and educational system. Considering above mentioned contributions on 28 of January in 2000 university was claimed as National University of Uzbekistan according to the decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Nowadays there are 13 faculties, 45 spheres of bachelor degree, more than 100 spheres of master`s degree. National University of Uzbekistan is a basic university, which is always leader at creating State Educational Standards for universities, model of study plans and adopting them in other Universities.

1180 professors and teachers working now, among them 21 academicians, 200 doctor-professors, 550 candidates and Ph.D, more than 400 senior teachers and assistant teachers. Staffs scientific intellect is directed to the improvement of studies, methodology, scientific researches and cultural-moral affairs.


The Republic of Uzbekistan gained independence in 1991 that was the most important event in life of the country, which opened a new stage in its historical development. In accordance with the 1992 Constitution, with a strong commitment to the provisions and conclusions contained in writings and speeches of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Academician Uzbekistan Islam Karimov, the country wages the course of development on the basis of full-scale consolidation of its sovereignty and qualitative renewal of all spheres of political, economic, social, cultural and spiritual life of the people.

Active role in addressing these and other important tasks is to play the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan, established in November 1943. Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan has a long history, the attainments creditable to the Academy include hundreds of major achievements in various fields of science. In scientific institutions of the Academy of Sciences, a large group of prominent scientists is working, whose names are known far beyond the borders of Uzbekistan. Based on the objectives set by the state and the significance of science, Academy of Sciences elaborates most important fundamental and applied programs, innovative projects, and participates in in decision-making on defining and development of priority trends of science, determines organizational and structural issues of its subordinate agencies.

Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan performs the following tasks:

– Pursues basic and applied research in the field of natural, technical, medical, social and human sciences, thereby contributing to the economic, social and spiritual development of society;

– ensures implementation of the state policy in the field of science;

– analyses and examines current problems of development of nature, society and man, development of the relations among nations and national cultures, countries and peoples, education and intellectual and moral values;

– realizes development and practical implementation of new techniques and modern technologies;

– promotes the development of science-intensive industries, exploring the latest advances in science and technology and supports the wide use of them;

– provides training of highly qualified scientific personnel, the necessary conditions for productive creative activities of Uzbek scientists;

– promote effective integration of science, education and industry;

– provides the organization and co-operation with the academies, universities, research institutions, foundations, and other related organizations in foreign countries, as well as with international scientific organizations.