ADMISSION 2021/2022



This Regulation is a set of rules and requirements for the admission of students to the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) programs offered by Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (TTPU).

1.2. Faculties and seats

For the 2021/2022 academic year, at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (TTPU), the admission quota for the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) for each faculty is:

Name of facultyNumber of seats
Mechanical Engineering250
Automotive Engineering250
Information Technologies and Programming in Industry (Computer Engineering)350
Industrial and Civil Engineering and Architecture50

1.3. Scholarship

In 2021/2022 academic year, there will be scholarships available by “UzAvto”, Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent, in addition, state scholarships will be provided (according to the draft Decree of President). Selection for scholarships will based on the results of the admission and will be given to those applicants who obtain the highest score. The number for scholarship places for the 2021/2022 academic year is the following:

ScholarshipNumber of seats
State Scholarships15
Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent10

1.4. Admission procedure and important dates

1.4.1. Admission test

All the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) programs offered by TTPU are based on a “locally programmed admission” scheme. There is a limit with a limited number of places for students. The University accepts applicants who have received the highest number of points in the Admission Test, until the limit of the admission quota is reached. The score obtained in the Admission Test, is valid only for the 2021/2022 Academic Year.

Applicants, who score very high marks in the Admission Test, are possibly allowed to skip the Preparatory Year and given the opportunity to be enrolled in the First Level (= Second Year), provided that the language requirements discussed in the Section 1.5 are satisfied. It is important to point out that applicants must hold a Secondary School Diploma obtained after 12 years of school attendance or 11 years + having passed all the scheduled exams in the Preparatory Year or 11 years + one year at a recognized University (having passed all the scheduled exams).

The applicant has the right to refuse this opportunity and continue his/her studies from the Preparatory Year.

The final decision on admission to the First Level is made after the consent of the Rector of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent, the Vice Rector on Academic and Scientific Matters and the coordinator of the Admission Committee.

1.4.2. Date of examination

There will be three admission tests for the 2021/2022 Academic year:

  • First session will take place on May 21, 10 AM Local Time (Registration deadline May 14, the maximum number of applicants is 450). If the number of registered applicants exceed the quota for the first exam they will automatically enrolled to the July session. Applicants who miss to show up are not allowed to participate in the July session;
  • Second session (with larger number of applicants) will take place in the beginning of July (exact dates and procedure will be announced later);
  • Third session will take place in September (tentative period; exact dates and procedure will be announced later) and eligible applicants are not allowed to skip PY.

The admissions tests will be at the Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent at the address: Kichik Halka Yuli street, 17, Tashkent 100095, Uzbekistan (Landmark: Students’ Campus, former Cinema “Nukus”, supermarket “”).  

1.4.3. STEP #1 – On-line Application

The Online application form is available at:

PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO HOW TO FILL IN ONLINE APPLICATION.                                                        

The registration is now open for the first, i.e., May, session.

Step 1 is mandatory and applicants cannot proceed to step 2, if step 1 is not completed!

STEP #2 – In order to ensure the transparency of the admission process,

Admission committee will take applicant’s fingerprint and photo. The applicant must have with him/her a passport, document of secondary education (diploma, certificate in the absence of the diploma or a document confirming the completion of the studies at this educational institution (original)).

In addition, due the cost associated with maintaining the student database, each applicant must pay the admission fee of 5 euros (65000 sum) at the exchange rate of Central Bank. Applicant who have not paid the admission fee will not be admitted to the exams.

For this, applicants must arrive at the address: Kichik Halka Yuli street, 17, Tashkent 100095, Uzbekistan (Landmark: Students’ Campus, former Cinema “Nukus”, supermarket “”). After completion of this process, the originaldocuments will be returned to applicants.

If the applicant did not make successfully the Online Application within the admission period, and did not submit fingerprint and photo, then the documents will not be accepted and the applicant will not be allowed to take the exam!

1.4.4. Online test

Knowledge of the applicant will be assessed by a set of online tests with multiple-choice questions, featuring a difficulty level that is adequate to the secondary school programs of the Uzbekistan.

The Online Test consists of:

Mathematics: 18 questions (time: 40 minutes)

Comprehension: 6 questions (time: 12 minutes)

Logic: 6 questions (time: 12 minutes)

Physics: 12 questions (time: 26 minutes)

The full online test consists of 42 questions and will last 90 minutes. Each question has 5 possible choices, but only one of them is correct.

Every question carries:

1 point – if it is correct(you get 1 point)

-0.25 points – if it is wrong(you loose -0.25 points)

0 points – if it is left blank(you do not loose any points)

All the questions will be in English!

1.4.5. Exam results

Applicants will know their results soon after the end of the online test. The full list of the candidates ranked with percentage of their results will be announced within a week after the admission test.

After the announcement of the results of examinations, applicants who have successfully passed the admission test must submit the following documents to the Admission Committee:

  • submit the paper application form, provided at the front desk by the Admission Office: it must be properly filled in and initially signed by the Applicant, in front of an Authorized member of the Admission Committee;
  • show the original Passport (with copy);
  • provide 4 color photos 3 x 4;
  • provide 1 paper folder, large envelop;
  • submit Secondary Education Certificate (college or lyceum certificate/ diploma);
  • IELTS certificate 5.5 band or higher (for other language certificates see section 1.5. of this  regulations).

Paper documents should be submitted to the Admission Committee at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent, Kichik Halqa Yuli str. 17, Tashkent 100095, Uzbekistan.

1.4.6. Exemptions from the admission test

This section is intended for applicants, who have certificates listed below. A score equal to or higher than a given threshold is set. According to the Section 1.4.1, students with very high marks are possibly allowed to skip the Preparatory Year and enter the First Level. The final decision is made by the Admission Committee coordinated by the Vice-Rector on Academic and Scientific Matters. For foreign students coming from countries where Admission Test to University is compulsory, it is necessary to attach a certificate confirming that the exam is passed.

Certificates considered equivalent to the admission test (the following number refers to the grading equal to or higher than the threshold: 60/100)

GRE (General Test) with a minimum score of 153 in the “Verbal” section and 144 in “Quantitative” section and any score inthe “Analytical Writing” section

GMAT with a minimum score of 500 in the two sections “Verbal” and “Quantitative”, with any score in the “AnalyticalWriting” section.

SAT SAT Reasoning test (section “Evidence-Based Reading and Writing” and section “Math” with a minimum score of 500 points in each section) and SAT Subject Test (section “Physics Level 1 or 2” and section “Mathematics Level 1 or 2” with a minimum score of 500 points in each section). The two sections “Evidence-Based Reading and Writing” and “Math” of the SAT Test can be replaced by the ACT Test with a minimum score of 20.

1.5. English Language certificate

The minimum IELTS (academic) requirement for enrollment in the Preparatory Year of the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) programs at TTPU is IELTS 4.5.

IELTS (academic) 5.5 or higher is mandatory to progress to the First Level of the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) programs atTTPU.

The equivalent English Language Certificates and exemption cases can be found at

1.6. Tuition fee

The tuition fee per 1 Academic Year for all courses of the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) is 28 500 000 (twenty eight million five hundred thousand) UZB sums.


Responsible people for the work process of the Admission Committee:

Chairman of the Admission Committee – Inoyatkhodjaev J. Sh.

Secretary of the Admission Committee – Abdullayev F. B.

The administration of the Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent is not responsible for the activities of people outside of this list!

For more information regarding the application process and any other queries, please contact directly to Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent at:


Tel: +99871 246-80-51, +99871 246-80-52

Work hours of admission committee: Mon – Fri 9:00 – 17:00