Junior Teaching Fellowship

Universities across Central Asia are faced with the challenging job to provide quality education. The OSCE Academy in Bishkek (OSCE AiB) being at the forefront of academic and research excellence in the region, however, receives a declining number of high-quality applications from some of the region’s key countries. To bridge this gap by combining the Academy’s graduates’ potential and knowledge and delegating them to teach a course at local universities, the Academy could not only empower regional student communities, but also help prepare stronger
applications for the admission period.

Capitalizing on the successful experience with the Junior Public Officers Programme and utilizing various best practices the OSCE Academy has launched a new alumni-supporting initiative “Teach for Central Asia” that would aim to target regional universities and send Academy’s graduates to teach selected disciplines (relevant to the Academy’s curriculum, e.g. Academic Writing, International relations, Economics etc.). The programme is intended to further grow and foster the Academy’s intellectual input into the region, and empower the Academy’s alumni network by giving the opportunity to become the agents of change in their communities.

The following alumni have successfully completed the JTF Programme:


1. Akmaljon Abdullayev, Class of 2005, (Politics and Security), to teach 'Theory of International Relations' course at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

2. Esentur Bektursun uulu, Class of 2023, (Politics and Security), to teach ‘International Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy' course at the International University of Kyrgyzstan in Bishkek.

3. Mohammad Tamim Siam, Class of 2020, (Economic Governance and Development), to taech 'Microeconomics' course at the Kyrgyz Economic University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

4. Zhannat Kozhomgeldieva, Class of 2020, (Economic Governance and Development), to teach 'Regional Economics of Central Asia and Regulation of the Energy Sector ' course at the Kyrgyz National University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.


1. Aliaskar Adylov, Class of 2018, (Politics and Security), to teach 'Green Economy' course at the International University of Kyrgyzstan.

2. Tumentsetseg Yadamsuren, Class of 2021, (Economic Governance and Development), to teach 'Principles of Macroeconomics' course at the International University of Ulaanbaatar.

3. Diydor Berdiklichev, Class of 2021, (Economic Governance and Development), to teach 'Introduction to Econometrics' course at Tashkent State University of Economics. 

4. Niginakhon Uralova, Class of 2018, (Politics and Security), to teach 'Academic Writing and Honesty' course at Uzbekistan State University of World Languages.


1. Gulbadam Madanbekova, Class of 2018, (Politics and Security), to teach 'Academic Writing and Critical Reading' course at the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic. 

2. Chyngyz Israilov, Class of 2017, (Politics and Security), to teach 'Contemporary Conflicts and their Resolution' course at Osh State University.

3. Lidiya Chikalova, Class of 2016, (Politics and Security), to teach 'Academic Writing in English' at Bishkek Humanities University. 


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