Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic, 19 October 2016 – The University of Central Asia (UCA), created to be a catalyst for social and economic development in the region’s mountain societies, today officially opened its first campus in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic.
The new buildings on the Naryn Campus represent the first phase of a larger plan for the 252-hectare site, which was a gift from the Kyrgyz Government. Phase I includes 14,000 m² of space that can accommodate 150 students. It features state of the art classrooms, a library and laboratories; secure, modular student dormitories; faculty and staff residences; and athletic facilities of an international standard. When the final phase is complete, the campus will accommodate 1,200 students and span 125,000m².