On 16 November the OSCE Academy hosted an informal meeting with Ms Shelly Esque, Vice President of Intel Corporation.
On 16 October the OSCE Academy hosted a round table “The Impact of Economic and Social Development in Central Asia on the Radicalization of Youth and the Attractiveness of the IS” with the participation of students from Nazarbayev University and the OSCE Academy Masters program "Politics and Security".
On 15 October a group of students from Nazarbaev University joined their peers from the OSCE Academy to discuss the parliamentary elections 2015 in Kyrgyzstan. These young scholars of comparative politics met with Ms. Aida Kasymalieva - journalist, media expert and a recent candidate of the Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan.
On 3-4 October 30 alumni from Central Asia and Afghanistan participated in the OSCE Academy’s 4th Alumni Conference “Central Asia: Comprehensive Security and Sustainable Development" in Bishkek.
On October 2 Ms Ivana Dobesova, the Vice-President for Democracy, Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs of the OSCE visited the OSCE Academy and met with the Masters students.
On September 30 the OSCE Academy in cooperation with the Media Policy Institute held a meeting with journalists, media experts and students, dedicated to the International Media Ethics Day (IMED) 2015.
On September 25, 2015 the OSCE Academy has graduated its eleventh class of the MA in Politics and Security programme. The official ceremony was held in the Park Hotel, where twenty three students from all Central Asian countries received their master's degree and joined the alumni network of the OSCE Academy, which already has more than 300 members worldwide.
In the week of 21-25 September the OSCE Academy is hosting the OSCE module for students of both "Politics and security " and “Economic Governance and Development” Master programmes.
On August 25 the OSCE Academy in Bishkek held the official closing ceremony of the Sixth Summer School of Contemporary Journalism.
On 22 June 2015 the OSCE Academy launched the sixth Summer School of Contemporary Journalism. Twelve young journalists from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will increase their level of knowledge in a ten-week intensive school.