The main goal of developing international partnerships is to attract foreign investment to the Institute and study the rich experience of universities in developed countries in the field of architecture and construction, as well as to improve the quality of education at the Institute.
Currently, the Institute has established scientific partnerships with 78 prestigious universities in foreign countries, including a number of prestigious educational institutions in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, the Republic of Korea, the People's Republic of China, Indonesia, Latvia, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus, Japan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan.
To date, 20 undergraduates, 2 doctoral students, and 30 students have been trained and interned at partner universities.
Over the past three years, the Institute has signed agreements on the implementation of joint training programs in the areas of bachelor's and master's degrees. Within the framework of these agreements, joint programs are implemented with the Belarusian National Technical University in 6 educational areas (“2+2"), with the Moscow Architectural Institute in 1 educational area, with the University of Applied Sciences of Germany in the specialty “preservation and repair of historical monuments” of the master's degree (“1+1”), with the Bialystok Technical University of Poland in 2 specialties of the master's degree. Currently, according to these educational programs, 170 students are studying at the Institute.
In 2017-2020, the Institute together with various universities and organizations organized 8 international conferences, 1 international festival, 1 international symposium and 4 seminars.
3 representatives of the Institute are studying under the PhD program in prestigious educational institutions of the People's Republic of China and Turkey.
Over the past three years, the Institute has implemented 6 international scientific and educational projects.
The project "Topography of historical monuments of the city of Tashkent", funded by the Volkswagen Foundation of Germany, was implemented in cooperation with the Weimar Bauhaus University and the Dresden Technical University of Germany. The total cost of the project is 192,600 EUROS. The project implementation period is 2017-2020.
The project of the international visiting conference " Sustainable Urban Development-Prospects for urban development in Uzbekistan”, funded by the Volkswagen Foundation of Germany. The total cost of the project is 5818 euros. The project implementation period is 2019 (one-time).
Currently, the Institute has 3 projects under the European Union's Erasmus+program. In particular, the projects “Doctoral studies in geoinformatics” DSinGIS, “Inter-institutional agreement 2020-2023 between institutions from program and partner countries” in cooperation with the Weimar-Bauhaus Institute in Germany, “UNIWA” in cooperation with the University of Western Attica in Greece are being implemented. Within the framework of the DSinGIS project "Doctoral studies in Geoinformatics", a total of 7 representatives of the institute improved their qualifications and took part in seminars and trainings. The Institute also received state-of-the-art laboratory equipment for GIS technologies for a total of 31,000 euros.
Since 2021, in cooperation with the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences of Germany, the project “Partnership with the East” has been implemented, which was accepted for funding by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). This project is planned to be implemented within three years.
Every year, more than 25 students of the Institute are trained in partner universities within the framework of the “student exchange”program. Currently, the Institute trains students, undergraduates and doctoral students of 10 foreign professors and teachers.
In addition, 30 professors and teachers of the Institute gave lectures at educational institutions that are included in the 1000 prestigious universities of the world.
To date, 24 students from foreign countries are studying at the Tashkent Institute of Architecture and Construction.