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September 16, 2022

Today MINIBOSS & BIGBOSS GRAND OPENING in Tashkent! Read TOP-18 facts about Uzbekistan

Today is a Great Day! 
Today the Grand Opening of MINIBOSS will take place in Tashkent, Uzbekistan!

What MINIBOSS will bring to Uzbekistan, we know for sure:

1. Improving the quality of education
The power of MINIBOSS Programme for kids and teens aged 6-17!

2. Improving the convenience in learning
Classes on Saturdays or online. A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE starts from childhood!

3. The real implementation of the mission in business - common wealth
MiniBosses are real core of changes, real engine for Common Wealth!

4. Access to innovation
Study and learn innovations LOCALLY, earn money GLOBALLY!

5. International Diploma
Studying at home in Uzbekistan, the children will receive the MBBS UK International Diploma, which will open the doors for them to the best universities of the world and to a bright successful life!

Register your child on time and in advance!
Only 100 places for the first year of study!
New Admissions starts from October 1!

Congratulations to our parnter Grigory Gurbanov and his great team!

ТОР-18 facts about Tashkent, Uzbekistan!

Interesting facts about Uzbekistan:

1. Uzbekistan was at the heart of the historic Silk Road, the ancient trading route or “superhighway” that connected China with Europe and the Middle East.

2. The historic city and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Samarkand is known as a crossroad and melting pot of the world’s cultures, with a history of over 2,500 years going back to 1500 BC. It’s most famous site is the Registan Mosque: a central square flanked by ornately tiled, mosaic-clad madrassas (historic Islamic schools).

3. Uzbekistan is a landlocked country in Asia. A landlocked country is surrounded by land and does not have access to the open sea. Currently, there are 45 landlocked countries in the world.

4. Uzbekistan was occupied by Alexander the Great when he captured Samarkand in 329 BCE.

5. Uzbekistan’s Silk Road sites include four of the country’s five UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Samarkand, Shakhrisyabz, Bukhara and Itchan Kala. The fifth is the Tien-Shan mountains.

6. During the 7th and 8th centuries, Arabs conquered Uzbekistan and converted its population to Islam.

7. During the 13th and 14th centuries, Uzbekistan was conquered by Genghis Khan and was incorporated into the Mongol empire.

8. Uzbekistan was ruled by russia for nearly 200 years, as part of the Empire, and then the Soviet Union, before gaining independence in 1991.

9. Uzbekistan is a combination of the Turkic words “uz” (self) and “bek” (master) and the Persian suffix “-stan” (country). This essentially translates as the “Land of the Free”.

10. Uzbekistan’s flag is striped blue, white and green with red narrow margins between the stripes. Blue represents water; white is for peace and purity; green is for nature, fertility, and new life; red represents the life force essential to all humans. In the upper corner is a white crescent moon signifying the rebirth of an independent republic and 12 white stars for the months of the year.

11. President Islam Karimov ruled the country from 1989 until his death in 2016.

12. Every year, around one million students, doctors and government employees are forced to work in Uzbekistan’s cotton fields to pick cotton for the government. Cotton in Uzbekistan is known as “white gold”. Cotton accounts for around 7% of the country’s exports.

13. In 1966, the capital city of Tashkent was flattened by a 7.5 magnitude earthquake leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless.

14. The Aral Sea, located on the border of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, was once the world’s fourth-largest lake. Since the construction of a Soviet irrigation project in the 1960s, the lake has almost disappeared. It has been described as ‘one of the planet’s worst environmental disasters’.
– Source: NASA, United Nations

15. Uzbekistan is home to one of the world’s largest open-pit gold mine. The Muruntau Gold Mine in the Qizilqum Desert is the world’s largest open-pit gold mine and it has the second-highest level of annual production at 66 tonnes. The pit is around 3.35km by 2.5km and at least 560m deep.

16. Uzbekistan has the world’s 10th largest mine reserves of gold and is the world’s 12th largest gold producer. Gold accounts for around 44% of the country’s exports.

17. In Uzbekistan, at the end of a shared meal, it is common etiquette to run your hands over your face in the amin gesture to signify thanks.

18. In 2022, we have launched the 1st MINIBOSS BUSINESS SCHOOL branch in Uzbekistan!