Adam University has extensive partnerships with government agencies, employers, public organizations, as well as with universities in Europe, Asia and other countries. In 2010, Adam University signed The Magna Carta in Bologna, Italy. Adam University has taken serious steps in the field of the Bologna process in recent years. The Academy consists of the club of the Bologna Academy, CADO, CAMAN, etc.
- Erasmus+ LMPT: "License, Master professionnels en formation ouverte et à distance pour le développement du tourisme durable en Chine, au Vietnam et au Kirghizstan" (2016-2019)
- ERASMUS+ project: development of academic mobility between Adam University and Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic, 2017-2019)
- Erasmus+ EurDIQ: "European measurement of qualifications for the tourism sector" (2015-2018)
- Joint project development course "Practice of preparing and writing scientific papers in a foreign language", Norway, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan (2018-2019)
- Joint educational project "Sustainable tourism development: rural entrepreneurship and cultural heritage in Kyrgyzstan, Norway and Georgia" (2015-2018), with financial support from the CIO (Center for internationalization of Education)
Over the past 10 years, ADAM University has been successfully implementing projects funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Combining several academic disciplines, by equipping students as well as teaching staff with skills, knowledge and competencies, sustainable tourism is being developed based on local rural entrepreneurship and heritage in Kyrgyzstan, Georgia and Norway.
- Temris UNIWORK project: Strengthening and developing Career Centers in Central Asian Universities in order to expand graduate opportunities and create quality jobs (2013-2016)
- Temris QAMEL project: Introduction to quality control in e-learning in Central Asian universities (2013-2016)
- Tempus TuCAHEA project: in the field of Central Asian higher education: the structure of settings and the formation of a quality culture (2012-2015)
- SIU project: Collaboration on University libraries in Kyrgyzstan and Norway (2013-2014)
- Tempus DOQUP project: Documentation for ensuring the quality of training programs. The project is aimed at defining and implementing a digital documentation system for ensuring the quality of PS in partner countries (PCs) in accordance with European standards and quality assurance guidelines. This goal will be achieved through the collaboration of all project partners, including national authorities (2011-2015)
- SIU project: Educational project in the field of tourism, innovation and sustainable development. Strengthening training methods in Kyrgyzstan, Georgia and Norway (2011-2013)
- Erasmus Mundus TARGET II project: the Project aims to promote higher education cooperation between the EU and Central Asia (2011-2015)
- Erasmus Mundus project, MARCO XXI: the Main goals of the project are: improving the capacity of third countries, promoting gender balance, equal opportunities and analytical skills in teaching and learning, and improving student employment opportunities (2011-2015)
- Erasmus Mundus project, TARGET: the goal of the project is to develop academic mobility among students and teachers (2011-2013)
- The Tempus project CANQA: Central Asian Network of Quality Assurance (2009-2011)
- Project SIU: Joint educational project on ecotourism with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, between AU and Telemark University College (2008-2011)
- OSCE project: Improving the quality of higher education by increasing the capacity and involvement of student organizations in universities (2008)
- EFCA and Christensen Foundation project: Introduction of voluntary environmental certification for hotel and tourism enterprises (2007-2008)
- USAID project: development of registration agencies in the context of transition to financial and economic assistance from the Bank under the European system of accumulation and transfer of loans (2005-2006)