International teachers from BMU improve the qualifications of English teachers in Tashkent schools
The British Management University in Tashkent (BMU) participates in the development of the educational potential of the country by assessing and improving the qualifications of the teaching staff of secondary schools.
As part of the government’s commitment to develop the public education system by 2030, British Management University (BMU) has tested the English language proficiency of Tashkent’s secondary schools teachers.
Nowadays, BMU international experts and native speakers have been providing free training for English teachers from 30 schools in Tashkent to improve their qualifications and skills. The main objective is to increase the teachers’ English level from B2 (Upper Intermediate) to C1 (Advanced). Upon completing the training, all the participants are expected to take and pass the CEFR C1 Certificate exam at the State Testing Center in Tashkent.
The study of modern practices and the implementation of relevant teaching methods will allow the teachers to improve the level of English language teaching in Tashkent secondary schools.
BMU offers in-demand specialties that promote successful employment and allow graduates to become competitive in the international labor market.
An education at BMU is a unique experience because of the university’s international team of experts who possess extensive experience in such prestigious universities as University of Cambridge, Harvard University, MIT Sloan School of Management, Columbia University, London School of Economics, University of Edinburgh, etc.