The SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) analysis is a strategic planning method which is usually applied to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats involved in a project. It has been mainly used in businesses planification, nevertheless it can also be applied in research methodology, above all, when trying to identify the internal and external factors that are favorable and unfavorable to achieve certain objectives in innovative projects, as it is the case in virtual mobility.
Recommendation: It is necessary to create normative base to develop Distant Learning in Central Asia universities.
2. Experience availability in physical mobility. The Universities of Central Asia in TEMPUS and Erasmus Mundus projects have physical mobility experiences. The Universities prepare educational agreements, where they indicate their subjects in parallels indicate the subjects of accepted European university, and at the end of the term ,when the student returns home university all the subjects and the marks taken in accepted university are valid and a student can continue his/her education without losing his/her academic year. Educational agreement is made in ECTS credits. Besides, there is a state program “XXI century specialists” in Kyrgyzstan, In Kazakhstan state program “Bolashak”, In Uzbekistan there is also a student mobility state program, where the gifted students are provided with state scholarship to study at European universities and the USA, after they have to work for 5 years in state institutions. There are also bilateral agreements between the universities of Central Asia and Europe on student mobility. In this case all the costs are paid by the parents of the students. Strong side: physical mobility has the place, every year the quantity of the students studied abroad is increasing. Weak side: no transparency in selecting the students, no access to scholarship availability information for the students. Recommendation: There must be a site with full information about the possibility of student mobility both on scholarship and...