How to Apply

MBA Program 2020-2021 Academic year

Registration starts:                           February 1, 2020

Admission deadline:                        July 31, 2020

Required documents

  • AUCA Admission Application Form
  • Bachelor’s Degree Diploma
  • Copy of Passport (original available upon request)
  • Resume (in English)
  • Motivation letter (in English)
  • 2 photographs (3×4 cm, white background)
  • AUCA Admission Exam* (AAE) Score Report (English Language (ELPT) >480*, Math >45)*


*To register for exam please contact us via email


Our contact details:


Telephone: +996 (312) 915-000, ext. 466/463


Office #215


MBA Program

School of Entrepreneurship and Business Administration

7/6 Aaly Tokombaev Street

American University of Central Asia


Student visa application

The Students Visa and Registration Coordinator will help arrange your visa for the Kyrgyz Republic.  Visa support is provided to students who have registered and paid the fees for at least 6 credits per semester. Citizens of a number of countries (please find the list of countries here) may obtain an ordinary visa upon arrival in Bishkek for up to one month at the Consular Point of the Manas International Airport without a visa support from AUCA. To allow enough time for visa processing, international students are encouraged to apply at the earliest possible time before the beginning of the semester in which they wish to study.

Transfer students

If a visiting/exchange student decides to obtain a degree at AUCA, he/she must re-apply as a degree seeking student and follow the standard conditions for admission as a full-time student as per the Admission Policy of the academic year in which he/she applies to the degree program. No more than 36 credit hours earned at AUCA as a visiting/exchange student may be counted toward a degree program at AUCA without grades.  Only credits for courses with grades higher than “C” can be transferred. Credits earned at other universities can be transferred to AUCA as per the transfer policy.

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