On December 6, a skype info-session was held between KSTU and the Poznan Polytechnic University (Poznan, Poland) on the topic “Kazakhstan is a country of great opportunities.” Professor of Poznan Polytechnic University Tomasz Pajсhrowski and Doctor of Economics Agata Branowska shared their experience and read out a report of their stay at KSTU on the program for attracting foreign scientists to universities in Kazakhstan.
Presentations on the culture of Kazakhstan were heard at the KSTU students studying at the Poznan Polytechnic University as part of the academic mobility program. During the info-session, the participants discussed plans and proposals for further cooperation between universities.
In order to hold a preventive conversation on November 29, 2019 the staff of the Center for International Cooperation and Academic Mobility together with the staff of the Migration Service Department of the Police Department organized a meeting with foreign students studying in KSTU
During the meeting, foreign students were explained, the rights and obligations to arrive in the Republic of Kazakhstan, the rules of stay of foreign citizens in the territory of Kazakhstan, as well as students were told about the terms and rules of registration for migration.
On September 17, 2019, a meeting with foreign students of Afghanistan was held in the educational audience of the “Armandstar Ordasa” dormitory.
During the meeting, the third adviser to the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in the Republic of Kazakhstan and translator of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in the Republic of Kazakhstan Abdul Hamid, together with students, discussed the organization of educational activities of Afghan students, as well as an analysis of urgent problems encountered in the learning process and solutions.
The meeting was also attended by Aigerim Soltanbekovna Kozhanbergenova, head of the Center for International Cooperation and Academic Mobility, and Sabina Ermekovna Rakhimbayeva, specialist of the Center for International Cooperation and Academic Mobility, who reminded students of the requirements of the university’s internal rules, the rules for living in a dormitory, as well as the rules, violation of which leads to negative consequences – administrative fines, and in case of more serious violations – expulsion from the Republic of Kazakhstan.
During the conversation, foreign students received reliable and competent answers to all their questions.
From June 3 to 8, 2019, KSTU students with students of Lviv Polytechnic National University (Ukraine), undertook a scientific internship at the Poznan Polytechnic University (Poland).
Students completed a scientific internship at the department of geodesy, successfully presented a master’s thesis, strengthened their knowledge and improved practical skills at the faculty of civil and ecological construction.
In the fall semester of 2018/2019 Poznan University of Technology received a group of students from Karaganda State Technical University. The students were engaged in the following areas of study: chemical technology, civil engineering, electrical engineering.
Also our students met with prof. T. Jesionowski, vice-rector of Poznan University of Technology which expressed the hope to see the students again in our university, and proposed them to continue our cooperation in future taking part in summer schools, PhD program, and joint scientific researches.
Congratulations to the students of KSTU with the completion of the academic mobility program!