Kazakh-Turkish University in Turkistan has been Given the Special Status
The Khoja Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University in Turkistan has been given a special status. The relevant decree has been signed by the President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. Now the university will become independent in academic, administrative and financial matters. The university prepares doctors of philosophy, selects courses of educational programs and issue diplomas of their own sample.
Graduates of this year will be the first to receive these diplomas. Young people from more than 100 countries study at the university along with Kazakh students. Classes are available in four languages, specifically, in Kazakh, Russian, English, and Turkish. Some of the professors are invited, foreigners. The university has been the first to receive the international status in Kazakhstan.
“The goal of the university is the development of global educational programs. The educational programs imply that anyone in the world can apply for our programs. A person can study in a language that he or she speaks. We give an opportunity to study in English and Turkish. After graduation, an alumna can apply for a job everywhere. This university focuses on the development of large advanced educational programs to which we should attract more students from all over the Central Asian region,” said Kazakh Vice Minister of Education and Science, Miras Daulenov.