AU, the private university in Uzbekistan, has been recognised as an Apple Authorised Training Centre for Education (AATCe) for app development.

AU students will be able to learn app development in Swift from Apple Certified Instructors, using Apple’s established Develop in Swift curriculum. Taking into account that currently there are high demand for app developers, students, who undergo the training successfully, will be able to be competitive in the job market.

Bekhzod Djalilov, President of AU, said: “We are delighted that AU has been recognized as Apple Authorised Training Centre for Education. AU always focuses on providing high-quality and modern education to our students. The university regularly reviews its curriculum to meet the latest requirements of the market and works in establishment of cooperation with leading IT companies. Working with world-renowned organizations such as 

Apple gives the edge to our students in the competitive job market.”

It should be underlined that AU actively uses Apple devices in the education process. Over 450 last-generation iMac M1 are distributed over the computer labs, library, university staff, and professors.

Three faculty members of the Engineering School of AU became Apple Certified Trainers. They passed through the App Development with Swift Train The Trainer (T3) program in June 2022. They are the very first Apple Certified Trainers in Uzbekistan.

About AATCe at AU

In case you are interested in any of the Apple certifications, you will need to pass an exam that is not part of the training program and should be scheduled and paid separately. 

You can check with the AIMS Institutes Admission Centre at the time of admission whether the programme you are joining also includes Apple certification courses.

You can mail us at for any clarifications or enquiries.

Schedule of the Classes

Two sessions per week:

Tuesdays - 18:00

Saturdays - 10:00

Our trainers

Dr. Bahodir Ahmedov - dean and professor of Engineering School at AU, with a decade-long teaching experience. After completing his PhD at RWTH Aachen in 2016, one of the great German universities, professor Ahmedov came back to Uzbekistan to instruct some of the greatest Computer Science programs in Uzbekistan. In 2021, he became the founding dean of the Engineering School at AU, where he works for teaching and developing the school.

Mukhammadali Khayotov - lecturer at the Engineering School at AU, who has taught Computer Programming for as long as our program has existed. This class is one of the most challenging and intensive  Computer Science courses not only at AU but also across Uzbekistan. Mukhammadali was amongst the very first graduates of IUT, and has continued his studies by receiving a Master of Engineering in Computer Vision from Sejong University. Throughout the last four years, he has been heavily involved in Computer Vision research, as well as commercial software engineering both in Korea and in Uzbekistan.

Sardor Gulyamov - a teaching assistant at the Engineering School at AU, is one of our youngest faculty members. He has studied Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics at one of the top universities in the US, The University of Chicago. Even though he only joined our team in the Spring 2022, he has already taught the tutorials for our Intro to Computer Science class and has assisted us greatly in the development of our Computer Science.