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CGMA emerging leaders competition is an international competition for future leaders in business and management. The competition is held by CIMA among the leading universities of mainland Europe and Eurasia.
32 students of the Higher School of Economics have been selected as participants of the CGMA Emerging Leaders Competition. They will demonstrate the ability to analyze and organize complex information, manage risks, and take responsibility for decision-making.
Higher educational institutions from Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Russia, Ukraine, and Georgia will take part in the competition, which will be held this year.
The competition consists of three stages with the final round in Warsaw, Poland.
Team Coordinator Bakhytgul Turlubaeva and Academic Mentor Zhanar Aldambergenova, lecturers at the Higher School of Economics at KAZGUU named after M. Narikbaev, will guide teams during this challenge.
DATE OF THE COMPETITION:
1st Round (selection within the home university, online) – September 1-11. One team will be selected for a Quiz competition.
QUIZ competition (international online selection) – September 18
2nd Round (international online selection) – early October
3rd Round – October-November, Warsaw
You can find out more about the competition on the website: https://www.cimaglobal.com/Our-locations/central-eastern-europe/CGMA_Emerging_Leaders_Competition/
About CIMA: The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants® (CIMA), founded in 1919, is the world’s leading and largest professional body of management accountants.
CIMA helps individuals and businesses to succeed by harnessing the full power of management accounting – not just accounting for the balance sheet, but accounting for a business.
Together with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), we established the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) designation in 2012 to provide members with a new level of resources and recognition.
M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University presented the Draft Concept of the new Civil Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The draft concept was presented at a meeting with the Vice Minister of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan Pan Nataliya Vissarionovna.
In September 2019, a Research Center on Private Law was specifically created to design the draft concept in KAZGUU from among academics of all generations, who worked intensively on the project during the year.
Members of the working group noted that the new civil code is a necessity, determined by time in light of the fourth industrial revolution. Current civil law does not meet current trends in the development of the market, society, digitalization, virtualization.
The current Civil Code is the two Laws adopted in 1994 and 1999 based on the Model Civil Code for the CIS countries during the transition of these countries to a market economy.
’It must be understood that the current Civil Code was adopted at the initial stage of the existence of the young independent Republic, for which market relations were a relatively new ‘phenomenon’. There was no opportunity to analyze the practice of most institutions. Subsequent numerous amendments could not adequately ensure the stability of civil-law transactions. In fact, the legislation today is significantly ‘lagging behind’ rapidly developing new institutions and relations regulated by it’,-noted Pen Sergey, Provost of KAZGUU.
According to lawyers, the new code will solve the existing problems of law enforcement practice.
The concept of the new Civil Code draft was designed taking into account the development of information technology aimed to adapt legislation to the needs of the modern market, ensuring the stability of civil-law transactions and protecting the interests of bona fide participants in civil circulation.
The draft’s authors took into account the best foreign experience and offer a model for the implementation of some institutions of German and English law with their adaptation to the conditions of Kazakhstani reality.
Special attention is paid to strengthening the basic principles of civil law. Many provisions are included to protect the property interests of the weaker parties and minors.
As a result, innovations addressed all institutions: transactions, bindings, contracts, the law of property, death estate, conflict-of-laws rules, etc.
In accordance with the Sputnik news agency, Talgat Narikbayev, Head of the Adal Bilim Anti-Corruption Project Office of the Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan, Chairman of the Board of KAZGUU University proposed to introduce university responsibility in Kazakhstan for low-quality training of specialists.
According to him, there is now a need in Kazakhstan to revise the procedure for grant financing. In particular, according to the practice of pedagogical and medical universities, there is a need to bind by a commitment those graduates who have studied at the expense of the state to work out in the region where there is a shortage of specialists, including in villages and towns.
‘When analyzing, we have found that state national universities also have a tendency not to have a competition as such. Students get ‘A’s and ‘B’s, very rarely get ‘C’s, and don’t get ‘F’s at all. The majority of students finish their studies. 100 people come in the first year, 90-95 people graduate. These 5-10 people are people who left voluntarily. As a result, the state receives a lot of graduates with poor preparation, and we get a lot of graduates with high self-esteem, graduates who do not go to work as employers don’t accept them because of poor preparation,’ – said the University’s Rector.
As a solution to the problem, Talgat Narikbayev proposed to refer to the responsibility of universities for the quality of specialists, up to and including the return of public money to the state.
A proposal on the responsibility of universities is now under consideration by the Ministry of Education.
On May 21, 2020, a Memorandum of Cooperation has been signed between M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University and the Administration of the Constitutional Council.
The Memorandum aims to develop cooperation in the field of training highly qualified legal personnel, creating an employee pool, sharing experience, including through organizing guest lectures, workshops, training, and other forms of interaction.
Besides, it is planned to implement programs to increase the level of legal culture of citizens and implement constitutional values.
While commending the value of the upcoming cooperation, Pen S.G., Provost of M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University, expressed his confidence that joint efforts will contribute to a high-quality level of professional training of KAZGUU students’ practical skills: ‘KAZGUU University and the Constitutional Council of the Republic of Kazakhstan closely cooperate. We have common legal traditions, our faculty includes many members of the Constitutional Council. We very often respond to requests to provide expert opinion and our lawyers’ points of view for constitutional procedures. Moreover, the Constitutional Council is very actively involved in legal education, conducts and initiates contests to promote knowledge of constitutional values and other legislative provisions of our country.’
B. Nurmukhanov, Head of the Administration of the Constitutional Council of the Republic of Kazakhstan, said: ‘This Memorandum will bring our cooperation to a whole new level. This year we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The memorandum involves the deepening of our cooperation in training legal personnel, in the field of propaganda of constitutional values, increasing the level of legal culture of the younger generation and citizens. I think specific projects will be developed within the framework of the Memorandum. I think that in the future students of KAZGUU University may count on employment in the Constitutional Council. In addition, we will attract them to participate in constitutional procedures, in meetings of the Constitutional Council to reinforce their theoretical knowledge in practice. The Constitution is the principal law of the state. The duty of everyone is to know and respect it.’
The pace of modern life makes it impossible to live slowly. Young people are especially in a hurry, as they have a lot to do – to get an education, find a good job, or open a business, to get married. All this takes time, and many people don’t have enough of it. The value of time has increased significantly. Given the realities of the modern world, M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University has created the ‘Bachelor’s Program for High School Students’ so that students could master basic subjects even now.
The program will allow students to finish their university studies earlier than their peers. Students receive knowledge from certified teachers, graduates of the world’s leading universities with great practical experience. This is a good opportunity for a student to plunge into the academic environment, get to know students, and spend time profitably. In the future, upon admission to KAZGUU, the credits taken during this program will be accepted and transferred.
Zhukenova Dilnaz, ‘Psychology in Business’, 11th – grade student, School No. 6, Nur-Sultan: ‘I, Zhukenova Dilnaz, studied at the Pre-Bachelor’s program at KAZGUU University, and this allowed me to understand a lot about the life of higher education institutions, including what kind of profession I want to choose, how students are taught, to feel out student life, traditions, and rules of university life, where I wish to study in the future.
In the process of my study, I liked the teachers – ‘craft professionals’. They did not divide us into the first, second, third, and fourth – year students, they treated everyone the same way, giving us the right to self-expression. Friendly students helped in our studies and were glad to see us as students.
The Pre-Bachelor’s Program is a great opportunity for many students to find out what lies ahead, a great springboard to prepare for a new step in your life. Today, KAZGUU is the only university providing such resources. Providing such an opportunity for high school students, KAZGUU shows that they are happy to accept any young people seeking knowledge!’
Ebengapass Yelnar, ‘Applied Linguistics’, 11th – grade student, School No. 3, Nur-Sultan: ‘Studying under the Pre-Bachelor program, I learned a lot for a few months, got additional knowledge, met new people. Of course, I got the experience of studying at the university, thanks to the teacher who taught me. I think in the future, after graduation, it will be easy for those who studied under this program to join the student body, and there will be no difficulties adapting to the university.’
Kenzhegulov Azat, ‘Entrepreneurship’, KILC College, 3rd year of study, Nur-Sultan: ‘For three months of my studies under the ‘Pre-Bachelor’ program, I learned to be responsible and focused on results.
It was interesting for me to study with freshmen – with smart and hardworking guys. The main advantage of this program is that you can get acquainted with student life much earlier than your peers. Within the program, I chose 3 subjects: Modern History of Kazakhstan, Philosophy, and English. The lessons were intensive and informative. What I liked most of all is the Canvas system, the professionalism of the teachers and, most importantly, the magical atmosphere of KAZGUU.’
Zhylkyshbaeva Aiym, ‘Management’, 11th – grade student, School No. 72, Nur-Sultan: ‘This course has given me a lot. Unlike my peers, I already imagine what it means to be a student. The program of the Pre-Bachelor course exceeded all my expectations. By the end of the course, I realized that I want to get a brilliant education with the M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University.’
The university offers two areas of study:
1) Basic curriculum (general subjects)
2) Main curriculum (major subjects)
Form of study: full-time / distance during the quarantine period (studies take place together with the first-year students).
Start of classes:
– summer semester from June 17 to July 08, 2020,
– fall semester from September 01, 2020.
Applications for the summer semester are accepted until June 01, 2020
Dear students! We want to inform you that due to the global coronavirus pandemic, by the decision of the Republican Budget Commission No. 6 as of April 2, 2020, budgetary expenses for the implementation of external academic mobility have been reduced in 2020. In this regard, scholarships for academic mobility from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2020 are canceled by the Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan as of April 22, 2020 No. 156 ‘On the Withdrawal of Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan as of January 28, 2020 No. 39 ‘On approval of Academic Mobility Program Implementation Plan.’
The health and well-being of our students is our top priority. Thank you all for participating!