Our excellence

Our interdisciplinary research focuses on state and society relations at large. We focus on understanding the breaking and making of states, the creation of norms and organizing of power in spaces where different stories and histories merge – including, but not limited to, Central Asia. If the state represents the historical institutionalization of social conflicts and power, we now live in an ideal time to witness and understand what conflicts, whose power and through which practices states are forged.

Organizational Research Institute (ORI) is an interdisciplinary research institute within the School of Entrepreneurship and Business Administration at the American University of Central Asia. The institute focuses on the scientific research of management and human resource practices in Central Asia; dissemination of evidence-based HR and OD know-how to organizations and agencies based in Central Asia; facilitation of collaborations and exchanges between HR, OD professionals and academics in Central Asia and beyond.

The purpose of the Business Advisory Council (BAC) is to help the American University of Central Asia’s School of Entrepreneurship and Business Administration (SEBA) maintain effective and meaningful two-way feedback with the business community in a manner that is consistent with SEBA’s broader mission.

SEBA Alumni Advisory Council (AAC) is an initiative designed to gather successful SEBA Alumni who succeeded in various fields such as Government, leading Central Asian companies and International Organizations. Alumni Council is aimed at providing feedback and advises on the job market skills required by employers, so that SEBA may successfully align its curriculum and develop leaders.

The program aims to train creative leaders capable of solving myriad old and emerging social problems.

Case Center is established to bring case method resources for business education and set up university-industry research and development collaborations between companies, students and faculty.  The case process starts with researching and writing cases, then teaching with cases and learning with cases. Research and writing cases requires a researcher and a company or manager who co-operates; teaching requires a professor and a student; and learning requires a student.

Our Projects are community outreach oriented, aimed to improve societal conditions of the Kyrgyz Republic. SEBA extensively engages students, faculty and staff into projects with locally based international organizations, domestic NGOs and governmental agencies. Explore more about Our Projects.

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