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“The Young Professional Internships Program was a game changer in my life.”

by Shahnoza Hojieva

In May 2021, Sarvinoz Ungboyeva was a student who had completed an English proficiency test and ready to graduate from Uzbekistan State World Languages University. But she wanted to expand her academic background and talent in a practical setting and decided to apply to the Young Professional Internships Program (YPIP). “It is always challenging to get out your comfort zone,” Sarvinoz reflects. “I got a strong motivation for working on myself.”

Sarvinoz soon began her 8-week journey as an intern at Bureau Veritas, a firm specialized in testing, inspection, and certification, where she worked in project management and gained work ethic, digital communications, and intercultural skills. Working with experienced colleagues, the internship program helped Sarvinoz plan for her future career and gave her a sense of control and hope. By the end of the internship, Sarvinoz created a presentation on her internship experience that reflected her newly found confidence and professional skills.

After the internship, she plans to apply for a master’s degree abroad. “The Young Professional Internships Program was a game changer in my life.”

Good luck, Sarvinoz!

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In May 2021, Sarvinoz Ungboyeva was a student who had completed an English proficiency test and ready to graduate from Uzbekistan State World Languages University. But she wanted to expand her academic background and talent in a practical setting and decided to apply to the Young Professional Internships Program (YPIP). “It is always challenging to get out your comfort zone,” Sarvinoz reflects. “I got a strong motivation for working on myself.”

Sarvinoz soon began her 8-week journey as an intern at Bureau Veritas, a firm specialized in testing, inspection, and certification, where she worked in project management and gained work ethic, digital communications, and intercultural skills. Working with experienced colleagues, the internship program helped Sarvinoz plan for her future career and gave her a sense of control and hope. By the end of the internship, Sarvinoz created a presentation on her internship experience that reflected her newly found confidence and professional skills.

After the internship, she plans to apply for a master’s degree abroad. “The Young Professional Internships Program was a game changer in my life.”

Good luck, Sarvinoz!

Our contacts:

Office Phone number: +998 71 230 1291

Telegram/WhatsApp number: +998 99 877 4847

Our E-mail: uzswlu.international.uz@gmail.com

Our social media pages:

Telegram | Facebook | Instagram |

“This website run by UzSWLU students, so please let us know if you found any mistakes.

In May 2021, Sarvinoz Ungboyeva was a student who had completed an English proficiency test and ready to graduate from Uzbekistan State World Languages University. But she wanted to expand her academic background and talent in a practical setting and decided to apply to the Young Professional Internships Program (YPIP). “It is always challenging to get out your comfort zone,” Sarvinoz reflects. “I got a strong motivation for working on myself.”

Sarvinoz soon began her 8-week journey as an intern at Bureau Veritas, a firm specialized in testing, inspection, and certification, where she worked in project management and gained work ethic, digital communications, and intercultural skills. Working with experienced colleagues, the internship program helped Sarvinoz plan for her future career and gave her a sense of control and hope. By the end of the internship, Sarvinoz created a presentation on her internship experience that reflected her newly found confidence and professional skills.

After the internship, she plans to apply for a master’s degree abroad. “The Young Professional Internships Program was a game changer in my life.”

Good luck, Sarvinoz!

Our contacts:

Office Phone number: +998 71 230 1291

Telegram/WhatsApp number: +998 99 877 4847

Our E-mail: uzswlu.international.uz@gmail.com

Our social media pages:

Telegram | Facebook | Instagram |

“This website run by UzSWLU students, so please let us know if you found any mistakes.

In May 2021, Sarvinoz Ungboyeva was a student who had completed an English proficiency test and ready to graduate from Uzbekistan State World Languages University. But she wanted to expand her academic background and talent in a practical setting and decided to apply to the Young Professional Internships Program (YPIP). “It is always challenging to get out your comfort zone,” Sarvinoz reflects. “I got a strong motivation for working on myself.”

Sarvinoz soon began her 8-week journey as an intern at Bureau Veritas, a firm specialized in testing, inspection, and certification, where she worked in project management and gained work ethic, digital communications, and intercultural skills. Working with experienced colleagues, the internship program helped Sarvinoz plan for her future career and gave her a sense of control and hope. By the end of the internship, Sarvinoz created a presentation on her internship experience that reflected her newly found confidence and professional skills.

After the internship, she plans to apply for a master’s degree abroad. “The Young Professional Internships Program was a game changer in my life.”

Good luck, Sarvinoz!

Our contacts:

Office Phone number: +998 71 230 1291

Telegram/WhatsApp number: +998 99 877 4847

Our E-mail: uzswlu.international.uz@gmail.com

Our social media pages:

Telegram | Facebook | Instagram |

“This website run by UzSWLU students, so please let us know if you found any mistakes.

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