IELTS Test Centers in Uzbekistan

By | July 22, 2020

IELTS Testing Centres in Uzbekistan

In total, there are 8 test locations in Uzbekistan that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you.

There are two types of test format available for IELTS exams: paper-based or computer-delivered. For both formats, the Speaking Section is done with a real IELTS examiner on a face-to-face basis.

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

British Council Uzbekistan – International Business Center

Street Address: 107 Б Amir Temur Avenue, Tashkent 100084, Uzbekistan (107 Б Амир Темур шоҳ кўчаси, Тошкент 100084)

Telephone Number: +998 71 205 06 60

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: https://www.britishcouncil.uz/exam/ielts

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Edu-Action Exams Centre

Street Address: Ziyolilar Str 9, M. Ulugbek District, Tashkent

Telephone Number: +998951458686 / +998711488686

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.exams.uz

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

IELTS IDP

Street Address: 16 Afrosiyab street, Тошкент 100015, Uzbekistan

Telephone Number: +998951458686 / +998711488686

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: https://www.exams.uz

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Andijan, Uzbekistan

British Council – Innovative Centre

Street Address: 95A Gagarin St, Samarkand 140100, Uzbekistan

Urgench, Uzbekistan

British Council Urgench

Street Address: Urgench, Uzbekistan

Telephone Number: +998 71 205 06 60

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: https://www.britishcouncil.uz/exam/ielts

Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Leader LTC

Street Address: Piridastgir, 5B, 200100, Uzbekistan

Telephone Number: +998 93 458 09 75

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://ltcleader.uz/

Karshi, Uzbekistan

Global Education – IELTS House

Street Address: Karshi, 1, Islom Karimov Street, Karshi, 180100

Telephone Number: +998 91 467 70 97

Website URL: http://www.global-edu.uz/

Andijan, Uzbekistan

British Council – Andijan Development Educational Center

Street Address: 10 A. Khaydarov Rd, Andijan, Uzbekistan

List of cities in Uzbekistan where you can take the IELTS tests

  • Andijon
  • Bukhara
  • Qarshi
  • Samarqand
  • Tashkent
  • Urganch

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IELTS Test Centers in Uzbekistan

Politics

According to the constitution of December 8, 1992 (revised several times), Uzbekistan is a secular, democratic republic with a presidential system. The head of state, commander-in-chief of the armed forces and supreme owner of the executive is the president, who is directly elected for a period of 5 years (only one direct re-election permitted). Irrespective of the constitutional limitation of the term of office, I. Karimov was elected president four times. After his death on September 2, 2016, S. Mirsijojew (sworn in on December 14, 2016) succeeded him in the presidency. Check printerhall to see Uzbekistan Tour Plan.

The legislature has been with a bicameral parliament since 2004, the Supreme Assembly (Oliy Majlis, legislative period: 5 years), consisting of the Senate (upper house, 16 members appointed by the state president and 84 representatives of the regional parliaments) and the legislative assembly (lower house; 135 members, elected by majority voting in individual constituencies, 15 indirectly determined). The active right to vote begins at the age of 18, the passive at the age of 25. The members of the government, including the Prime Minister, are appointed by the President and must be approved by Parliament. The President is significantly involved in the legislative process through the right of initiative and veto; his veto can be rejected by parliament with a two-thirds majority.

Domestically, Uzbekistan is determined by an autocratic system of rule. The human rights organization Human Rights Watch laments the detention of those who criticize the regime and torture in prisons. OSCE election observers deny Uzbekistan democratic standards, as only candidates who are close to the president are allowed to participate in the elections.

In terms of foreign policy, the focus is on fighting Islamic terrorism. This also includes the persecution of the terrorist group Islamic Movement Uzbekistan (founded in Afghanistan in 1998), which declared its membership of the Islamic State (IS) in 2015. Uzbekistan is a member of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), the Shanghai Organization for Cooperation and NATO’s Partnership for Peace and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) programs. Uzbekistan has a strategic economic and military partnership with Russia. The relationship with neighboring Kyrgyzstan is tense due to border disputes in the Fergana Basin and open questions about water use.

Administration

Uzbekistan comprises 12 regions (Viloyatlar), the capital Tashkent and the Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan (with its own president, parliament and government). The areas are headed by a governor (hokim) appointed by the state president. Lower administrative units are districts and cities, the governors of which are determined by the higher authorities.

Administrative division in Uzbekistan

Administrative division (2019)
Provinces Area (in km 2) Population(in 1,000) Residents(per km 2) capital city
Andijon 4 303 3,066.9 713 Andizhan
Buxoro 41 937 1,894.8 45 Bukhara
Farg’ona 7 005 3,683.3 526 Fergana
Jizzax 21 179 1,352.4 64 Djisak
Namangan 7 181 2,752.9 383 Namangan
Navoiy 109 375 979.5 9 Nawoi
Qashqadaryo 28 568 3,213.1 112 Karschi
Qoraqalpog’ston (Karakalpakstan) 161 358 1,869.8 12th Nukus
Samarqand 16 773 3,798.9 226 Samarkand
Sirdaryo 4 276 829.9 194 Gulistan
Surxondaryo 20 099 2,569.9 128 Termes
Toshkent (Tashkent) 15 258 2,898.5 190 Tashkent
Toshkent Shari (Tashkent City) 327 2,509.9 7 676 Tashkent
Xorazm 6 464 1,835.7 284 Urgensch

Law

The judiciary is formally independent from the government, but the independence of the judiciary is not guaranteed. Higher courts are the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court and the Supreme Economic Court. The subordinate judiciary is organized at the district and regional level. The judges of the lower levels are appointed by the president, the judges of the higher courts are nominated by the president and elected by the parliament. The attorney general’s office is responsible for overseeing compliance with the law. The death penalty was abolished on January 1, 2008.