Before entering the state of Uzbekistan

3.1 Visa formalities for study in Uzbekistan

International Applicants need a visa for studies at Uzbekistan. A tourist visa doesn’t entitle the holder to register as a student. Arriving in Uzbekistan should be reasonably early, I.e at least 1 or 2 weeks before the semester begins, in order to allow for sufficient time to look for a place to live, deal with registration formalities and to prepare for studies. Information session in faculties and departments are usually held before the lectures start. The international department at IAU will also organise an orientation session for international students.

After prospective students have received the letter of admission or confirmation of admission, a visa application should be made without delaying as it takes time. The visa section of the consulate or embassy will issue a student visa normally after 2 weeks provided no objection has been received from the Uzbekistan Immigration Office. However, this is the minimum period of time required for the processing of the application.

3.11 Main documents needed to apply for student visa

Photocopies of your passport

Filled in Visa application form

2 passport size photographs

Unconditional admission letter from the university

Proof of financial resources

Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of required documents. Uzbek authorities can ask you to submit any additional documents as they feel needed during any stage of your application processing. Be sure to check the consulate websites before applying for the visa.

3.12 Visa-free countries for Uzbekistan

Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, and Ukraine

3.13 Visa at the airport

It is conceivable to get a visa at the International arrivals lounge of Tashkent Universal Airplane terminal if no Uzbek Embassy or Consulate exists in the country of your flight origin

You’ll be able download the official visa application form to apply for a understudy visa at .This application form is considerable for all Uzbekistan Embassies and Counsulates.

Critical note: Don’t enter Uzbekistan on a visitor’s visa with the purposeful of being enrolled as a understudy at a afterward date. You should only enter Uzbekistan with a study visa.

3.2 Health insurance

As an international student in Uzbekistan, you must have com-prehensive medical insurance coverage, including emergency medical and dental costs, vision care, and prescription medication. In addition, your coverage should include medical evacuation and refurbishment in the case of a medical emergency. There are numerous advantages of having medical insurance while studying abroad in Uzbekistan. In the unfortunate event of an ac-cident or illness, having medical insurance can also help you ac-cess appropriate medical care instantly. By eliminating out-of-pocket expenses, medical insurance offers more financial security.

3.3 Finding accommodation

3.31 Accommodation at IAU dorms

Accomodation at the IAU dorms are a great chance to enhance your experience and memories in Uzbekistan.IAU dorms are more than just “dorms” or a living place. They are special communities full of resources, support, convenient services, events, and many of fellow local and international students where you can experience cross culture, diversity and learning. They’re an environment built for your success.

3.32 How to apply

As soon as you receive your admission confirmation letter at International agriculture university, you can apply for accommodation at our online application form.

Register for an account using your serial number mentioned at your admission letter and a valid email address.

Fill the application form and upload the documents required.

Submit your application before the deadline.

Get the accommodation confirmation from the university

Do the payment for the accommodation and secure your place.