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Tashkent State University of Economics

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Islam Karimov 49
100066 Tashkent

The International School of Economics and Finance in Tashkent offers an exceptional blend of world-class education, fostering a vibrant community of academically driven students. As a collaborative hub, we connect local talent with global knowledge, shaping future leaders in accounting, economics and finance.


We are committed to providing an enriching academic journey that prepares our students for the dynamic challenges of the global economy. Our partnership with the University of London and the London School of Economics and Political Science ensures access to top-tier curriculum and thought leadership. As the Dean, I am proud to oversee an institution where rigorous academic standards and a diverse cultural environment converge, offering a unique learning experience. Our students’ success is a testament to our dedicated faculty and the supportive, intellectually stimulating environment we nurture. Join us to embark on a transformative educational path, where your potential is recognized and your ambitions are nurtured.

Professor Christian Capone, Dean of the UoL-LSE International Programs in Tashkent


Qualifications we support


BSc Finance (study locally)

Immerse yourself in the world of modern banking and finance with this degree developed by leading LSE academics.

“Pursuing the BSc in Accounting and Finance has been a game-changer for me. The program’s depth, combined with LSE’s prestigious academic framework, has provided me with a profound understanding of financial principles and practical skills, preparing me for a thriving career in finance.”

“The BSc Finance program has offered me unique opportunities to delve into the complexities of global economies. Guided by expert faculty and LSE’s robust curriculum, I’ve gained invaluable insights into finance theories and real-world applications, equipping me for a future in finance analysis and policy-making.”