This year, Kazakhstan plans to establish branches of eight international universities

Kazakhstan will open branches of eight foreign universities this year, Minister of Science and Higher Education Sayasat Nurbek said at a June 20 press briefing at the Central Communications Service.

Nurbek stated that the ministry aims to transform Kazakhstan into an academic hub within the Eurasian region. Achieving this goal requires attracting reputable foreign institutions to establish a presence in the country.

“Twenty-three academic partnerships were created and opened in just two years. Three more prestigious international university campuses will open in Kazakhstan. We have given permission to foreign universities in Kazakhstan to invest their money in the construction or purchase of a building and education in a foreign format. They work according to special government regulations. For example, De Montfort University in Almaty will graduate its first specialists next year. This British university will award a bachelor’s degree based on its own format and academic admissions policy,” he said.(Source:astanatimes)


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