Expat families have a relatively small selection of international schools to choose from in Uzbekistan. Most are located in the capital city, Tashkent. The most commonly taught curriculum throughout these schools is that of the UK, although there are schools offering alternatives such as the French or American systems.
International schools can often ease the transition of moving to a new country, as children will be around those who have had similar experiences. In addition, international schools are the only schools in Uzbekistan with English as their main teaching language.
Below is a list of international schools in Uzbekistan.
International schools in Uzbekistan
The British School of Tashkent (BST) is a well-respected international school offering a joint British-Uzbek curriculum. The school's student body of 600 is diverse, being made up of more than 30 nationalities. The school follows the English National Curriculum, with students taking their IGCSE and A-Level exams in secondary school and sixth form. BST also delivers the Uzbek curriculum, providing Uzbek students with the Attestat certificate. With a typical student-teacher ratio of 11:1, students are sure to receive the individual attention they need to thrive. Read more
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, Cambridge IGCSE, A-Levels and Uzbek
Ages: 1.5 to 18
CIS International School
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, Cambridge Primary, Cambridge Secondary (including IGCSE), A-Levels and Uzbek
Ages: 3 to 18
Ecole Française de Tachkent
Ages: 2 to 18
Tashkent International School
Curriculum: International Baccalaureate
Ages: 2 to 18