Within the framework of the international Erasmus + Staff Teaching/Training Mobility project, in order to exchange experience and study the best practices in the field of training specialists, a group of teachers from Abylkas Saginov Karaganda Technical University visited Poznan Polytechnic University from May 23 to 31, 2022 (PUT, Poland).
Our teachers got acquainted with PUT laboratories, held meetings with departments, faculties and departments for the purpose of further cooperation.
The head of the Department of Strategic Development and Partnership Toleuova A.R. got acquainted with the work of Polish colleagues in the relevant department PUT.
Also, Professor of the department «Technological equipment, engineering and standardization» Zharkevich O.M. and assistant of the Department «Mine aerology and a labor safety» Issakov B.E. gave a course of lectures to PUT students on topical issues of digital engineering.
From May 9-13, 2022, the head of the Center for International Cooperation and Academic Mobility, S.E. Rakhimbayeva, took part in the International Staff Week held within the framework of the Erasmus + Training Mobility program.
The VILNIUS TECH International Relations Department (Vilnius, Lithuania) welcomed 30 colleagues from 14 countries and 16 partner universities around the world.
Participants from different countries enriched the discussions with their unique experiences and ideas, and also had the opportunity to apply new digital tools. The university research facilities and the Innovation and Creativity Centre «Linkmenų fabrikas» were presented. In addition, meetings were arranged with the VILNIUS TECH administration, representatives of faculties and units. Some of the participants were also giving open lectures to VILNIUS TECH students.
The participants also gave open lectures for VILNIUS TECH students. The unique program International Partners Week, combining networking, rich international content with cultural experience, received extremely positive feedback from participants. As a result of this trip, at least 5 agreements and cooperation agreements are expected to be signed with leading universities in Asia and Europe.
From May 9 to May 13, 2022, within the framework of the Erasmus + Teaching mobility program, senior lecturer of the Department of Information Technology and Security E.G. Klyueva gave a course of lectures “Introduction to the Databases” at the Romanian-American University (Bucharest, Romania).
The University trains undergraduate and graduate students in the direction of «Information technologies for business management».
In addition to lectures, the teacher got acquainted with the teaching staff of the School of Computer Science for business Management. Colleagues exchanged experience in organizing educational and scientific activities, and also discussed issues of further cooperation. The goals and objectives of the academic mobility program of the teacher were fulfilled in full.
Congratulations to the students who have passed the competition for studying abroad at the expense of the National budget in European universities during the autumn semester of the 2021-2022 academic year.
In accordance with the order of the Acting Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 22, 2021 No. 358 “On approval of the plan for distributing the number of places for studying abroad within the framework of academic mobility”, the main and reserve list of students for studying under the academic mobility program in Poland, the Czech Republic and Lithuania during the autumn semester of the 2021-2022 academic year was approved.
On July 13, 2020, a zoom meeting was organized between the Department of GMPI (Geology and exploration of mineral deposits) Karaganda Techinical University and Department of Geology and environment, Western Michigan University, USA. From Western Michigan University, the meeting was attended by assistant Professor of Geology and environment of Western Michigan University Gouaches of Thakurta. He spoke about his experience of cooperation in Central Asia and Kazakhstan. Vasily Portnov, head of the Department of GRMPI, familiarized the American colleague with the research and scientific interests of the Department. Research areas were identified for which joint developments were planned.
We offer materials for the study of the Texas international educational consortium (TIEC) on such topics as: “University partnerships”, “Educational consulting”, “Professional development”, “English learning and instruction”.
University Partnerships TIEC helps identify and forge relationships between Texas universities and international partners like foreign universities, ministries of education, industry partners, and municipalities with the goal of creating collaborations on research, individual degree-programs, and long-term institutional partnerships.
TIEC can assist universities to build their capacity as a thought partner and consultant through services including curriculum development and design, accreditation consulting, university design and development.
Every year, students of Karaganda state technical University take part in the academic mobility program. Our students go to study for exchange in such countries as Germany, Poland, China, Lithuania, Russia.
In the 2019 – 2020 academic year, more than 50 students of KSTU were trained at partner universities as part of the academic mobility program abroad.
The academic mobility program provided students with an unforgettable experience of studying abroad for one semester and communicating with students from all over the world. The experience of studying in a foreign university helped students develop an experience of independence, restraint, and confidence. The students expressed their gratitude to our state, university, department and international department for the opportunity to study for one semester in foreign universities.
This webinar is geared towards researchers and students in a broad range of fields who are interested in learning more about how to publish in peer-reviewed journals with impact factors. Participants will learn about the range and types of journals available, journal metrics and rankings, strategies for choosing an appropriate journal, and the journal review process. This webinar will also discuss ways to avoid predatory journals that target newer scholars.
The Speaker of the webinar is Dr. Elizabeth Lightfoot, a Professor, and a Ph.D. Program Director at the School of Social Work within the College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota.
The Scholarship program for foreigners, including persons of Kazakh nationality who are not citizens of the Republic of Kazakhstan, has been completely suspended for 2020 year. We are sorry for the inconvenience, but the health and well-being of our students is our main priority.
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