Zamira Yusufjonova earned a bachelor's degree in American Studies from American University - Central Asia, (AUCA), Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (2004). For two years at AUCA, Zamira received Soros Supplementary Grants for her outstanding academic performance and active participation in extracurricular activities. In 2003, she took part in the Bilgi University Summer School on Conflict Resolution, Istanbul, Turkey; and she initiated and taught a course on conflict resolution in the Varzob Leadership Camp in Tajikistan, organized by the American Council for International Organizations. In summer 2004, she participated in the Caux Scholars Program in Conflict Transformation in Geneva, Switzerland. She also completed an internship in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.