• Welcome!

            Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University is a growing, dynamic international university located in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in the sciences, social sciences, arts, humanities, and several professional programs. Our students come from more than 24 countries, from Kyrgyzstan and surrounding Central Asia, to Turkey, to sub-Saharan Africa, to China and Europe. We look forward to expanding our international outlook and being a great contributor to regional and academic development.

    Greetings from the Rector and Co-Rector

         Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University, founded by two brotherhood countries, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey, is a state university on an international level. The university has achieved its eminency and supremacy due to the tremendous efforts and enormous investment of both countries, and thanks to their high intellectual potential.

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  • Our News
    17 Sep DAAD Information Day in Manas University
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    07 Jul "SUMMER SCHOOL 2018" WAS ORGANIZED BY THE KYRGYZ-TURKISH MANAS UNIVERSITY, THE CURRENT CHAIR UNIVERSITY-IN-OFFICE OF THE CENTRAL ASIAN UNIVERSITIES ASSOCIATION.
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    23 Apr THE THIRD ASSEMBLY OF THE TURKIC UNIVERSITIES UNION WAS HELD AT KYRGYZ-TURKISH MANAS UNIVERSITY.
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    09 Apr VISIT OF ARDAHAN UNIVERSITY RECTOR

    On Aprıl 9, 2018 Rector of the Ardahan University Prof. Dr. Mehmet Biber and Erdal Aydoğmuş visited Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University and successfully renewed bilateral cooperation agreement and Mevlana Exchange program protocol.

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  • EVENTS
    20 Jun Chess Tournament among Central Asian Universities Association Members

    Chess Tournament among Central Asian Universities Association Members will be hosted by the Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan between the dates of September 18-21, 2018. Participation in a competition with a team from each university consisting of students (2 girls, 2 boys), coaches and / or heads of universities is expected



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