Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva announces winners of Karimov Foundation’s 2019 scholarship programme for postgraduate study in Europe
Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva has announced the winners of the Karimov Foundation’s 2019 scholarship programme for postgraduate study in Europe.
The scholarship competition was announced last October and attracted around 300 applicants from across Uzbekistan.
Following the competitive selection process, which lasted for several months, the following 10 young people have been awarded scholarships from our foundation:
1. Jamshid Ahmadaliyev (graduate of Westminster International University in Tashkent)
2. Orifkhon Gapporkhonov (graduate of Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov)
3. Erlan Javgashev (graduate of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent)
4. Svetlana Fayzulina (graduate of the Management Development Institute of Singapore in Tashkent)
5. Artur Almatov (graduate of Tashkent State Technical University)
6. Jamshid Rajabov (graduate of the Tashkent branch of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas)
7. Jaloliddin Khushvakov (graduate of the National University of Uzbekistan)
8. Sherdor Sheraliyev (graduate of the Tashkent branch of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas)
9. Shotemur Shoikromov (graduate of the Tashkent Institute of Design, Construction and Maintenance of Roads)
10. Timur Nuritdinov (graduate of Westminster International University in Tashkent.
“On behalf of the Karimov Foundation, I offer my most sincere congratulations to all our winners. You have produced outstanding results during the selection tests and exams and thanks to your knowledge, hard work and perseverance, have become the best of the best. I wish you every success in your future studies and am confident that thanks to the education you will receive at some of the best European universities, you will be able to contribute to the development and progress of Uzbekistan,” said the chair of the Karimov Foundation, Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva, in her message in connection with the announcement of the new scholarship winners.
Under the Foundation’s previous 2017 and 2018 programmes 22 young Uzbeks were awarded scholarships and are now studying for their master’s degree at some of the leading universities in Germany, Italy, Poland and Russia.
The Karimov Foundation is a charitable organization founded in 2016 in memory of the founder of independent Uzbekistan and its first president Islam Karimov. One of the key goals of the Foundation is to provide access to educational opportunities to young people from Uzbekistan through merit-based scholarships awarded in various disciplines and fields of study.