Summer School, 2024

Course location: Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Teaching language: English

Language level of course: English: B2, C1, C2

Date(s): from 5 August, 2024 to 18 August, 2024

Information on dates, prices and mode of study:

The programme fee covers all courses, workshops, course material, city tours, field trips, certificate of completion and entire supporting and cultural programme.

Target group: Undergraduate and graduate students.


The summer school involves:

  • Intensive course on project management in multicultural society
  • Field trips to relevant organisations and companies in Tashkent region and Samarkand.
  • Cultural events
  • Accommodation
  • Airport transfer
  • Visa, registration, Insurance

About the program

Our Summer School on Project Management in Multicultural Society is an intensive and comprehensive program designed for students, professionals, and aspiring project managers. This program is not just about theoretical concepts; it’s about the practical skills and insights needed to excel in real-world project management scenarios where cultural diversity plays a crucial role.

The program consists of three parts:

  1. Foundations of Project Management and Cultural Understanding. This part sets the stage for an immersive exploration of project management in a multicultural society. Participants will embark on a journey of discovery, gaining essential insights into project management fundamentals while understanding the pivotal role of cultural understanding in achieving success.
  2. Cross-Cultural Communication and Leadership. Here, participants will delve deeper into the core aspects of cross-cultural project management. This part places a strong emphasis on effective communication and leadership within multicultural teams, essential skills for achieving project success.
  3. Real-World Applications and Simulation: Exploring Multicultural Project Management in Uzbekistan. The last part of the summer school brings a unique opportunity to explore the multicultural dynamics of project management in Uzbekistan. This segment centres around exploring real-world applications of multicultural project management, with a particular focus on the dynamic landscape of Uzbekistan.
  4. Participants will embark on a field trip in organisations and companies located in Tashkent city, Tashkent region and Samarkand that are known for their diverse and international workforces. This hands-on experience offers a first-hand look at how multicultural project management is applied in real-world scenarios.

2. Field trips to organisations and companies located in Tashkent city, Tashkent region and Samarkand

This hands-on experience offers a first-hand look at how multicultural project management is applied in real-world scenarios. In addition, this will bring special value for those students that are interested in doing business in Uzbekistan as well as any Central Asian country in the future.

3. Cultural events.

As part of the summer school program, students will have the opportunity to attend cultural events (museum visits, festivals and mountains) and study excursions.

4. Accommodation.

Visiting students will live in BMU hotel which is situated at BMU Campus. Booking assistance might be provided by the summer school administration upon a request. At the same time, the Summer School administration can assist participants in arranging booking in other hotels or hostels located in Tashkent. Cost of stay is not a part of the course fee.

6. Cooperation with Local Students.

In addition to providing administrative support for the course, local students will be involved in excursions and social activities outside of class hours. The visiting students will be connected with their local peers, who will show them around British Management University, and Tashkent city. The local students will provide some sight-seeing support and help the visiting students get around during the orientation day. Local students will advise the course participants on everyday life in Samarkand and organize more informal social activities and events in cooperation with the administration of the summer school.

7.Duration of the Summer School

The teaching program of the summer school consists of 2 weeks of classroom lessons, field trips and excursions.

8.Airport transfer

Transfer from Tashkent airport to BMU Hotel will be arranged by the summer school administration if needed. This service will be included in the summer school fee.

9.Visa, Registration, Insurance

Once accepted, students will be provided a visa support letter by BMU, that they need during application to online visa or the embassy of Uzbekistan in Germany. Visa costs need to be covered by the students themselves. BMU supports summer school participants with local registration (free of charge). All students are advised to conclude an individual travel insurance according to their personal needs before departing to Tashkent.

Course details:

Recognised language exams offered (e.g. DSH, TestDaF, TOEFL) – No

Other degrees / qualifications awarded – Certificate of participation

ECTS points (max.) – 10

Average number of hours per week – 30

Number of participants per group/course – 15


Dates: August, 2024

Registration deadline: May 20, 2024

Costs: EUR 650

The price includes: Course fees

Accompanying programme


Teaching language: English

Language level of course: English: B2, C1, C2

Language requirements: English B2

Required documents:

1.  Application form:

2. CV

3. Transcript of records

Selection criteria:

The relevant selection criteria are:

– Academic Performance

– Motivation (according to the statement of purpose in the application form)

– Relevance to the current study program


Is accommodation organised?  –  BMU has got brand new students dormitory. If needed,the organiser helps participants look for other accommodation options.

Meals – Programme participants have access to the canteen on campus. Besides, there are couple of restaurants not far from the university campus.

Is a social and leisure programme offered? – Yes

Description of social and leisure programme – The accompanying social and cultural programme includes the following highlights: Welcome get-together

Tashkent and Samarkand tours

Course-related field trips

Free internet access    Yes

Support in visa matters  Yes

Pick-up service from airport  Yes

British Management University

International Relations Office
Phone number: +998 90 993-54-44

Submit application:
In order to apply, please send

Application form
Academic transcripts
to the following email address: