BFEA was established in 1994 as a private commercial institution of higher education and is managed by the Board of Founders.
BFEA is a pilot university of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic on the implementation of reforms in the system of higher education.
BFEA has extensive partnerships with government agencies, employers, public organizations, as well as with universities in Europe, Asia and the USA, and is one of the first universities to sign the Magna Charta of Universities.
The Academy was founded by the Decree of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic “On the establishment of the Kyrgyz State Law Academy” dated August 12, 2003.
Over the past years, the Academy has been formed into a specialized scientific and educational center, successfully carrying out full-time, correspondence, distance learning of students and actively conducting scientific research on topical issues of jurisprudence and other branches of knowledge, and is an innovative educational complex
With the independence of Kyrgyzstan on December 18, 1992, the higher education institution became a university, and it was named after the talented linguist of the Kyrgyz people, Kasym Tynystanov. The academic teaching staff of the university trains qualified specialists for all sectors of the national economy.
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