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Annually in the framework of the memorandum of cooperation between the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, “PSA” LLP, NCOC N.V., KPO B.V., and the “KAZENERGY” Association, candidates are selected for covering the tuition fees at the expense of funds allocated under the North Caspian and Karachaganak projects.
Citizens of the Republic of Kazakhstan may participate in the competition for the selection of candidates:
– graduates of general education schools, lyceums, profession-oriented schools, higher educational institutions, and colleges;
– students of higher educational institutions and colleges.
To participate in the competition, applicants and university students provide the following documents:
1) a standard application form;
2) a copy of an identity card/passport indicating an individual identification number (IIN);
3) a copy of a document confirming the receipt of previous education and quality points (certificate of general secondary education, or a UNT / CT certificate, or diploma) – for 1st year of study applicants and students – a transcript indicating the GPA (in case of a different system for assessing knowledge, provide a transcript of academic record equivalent to GPA 3.33, certified by the educational institution);
4) address certificate;
5) a certificate of family composition (only for large families);
6) documentary evidence of the candidate’s belonging to any of the indicated categories: low-income and single-parent family, an orphan, disabled person (if any);
7) submission of a certificate of enrolment/study from applicants/students (indicating: a tuition fee for one academic year, established for payment by legal entities, year and form of study, lack of financial liabilities) signed (on the official letterhead of the university or with a seal affixed);
8) (if any) copies of documents giving evidence of the participation in competitions, contests, etc.
Find more information on the website: https://www.kazenergy.com/ru/operation/educational-program/138/1044/
Acceptance and registration of documents for admission to participation in the competition are carried out during the following period: from July 10 to August 25, 2020.
An electronic application must be filled in on the grant.kazenergy.com website by the above-mentioned deadline.
If you have any questions, please contact by phone number 8 (7172) 79 49 75, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To receive a transcript – order online through the SmartKAZGUU application
To receive a confirmation certificate – order online by e-mail: email@example.com. Certificates will be sent by e-mail from August 3 to August 24, 2020.
Maimakova Anelya Yerlanovna, Manager of the Corporate Development Department, (WhatsApp 8 771 854 56 14, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) supervises this issue.
On June 12, 2020, an event dedicated to the national holiday – Portugal Day has been held as part of the Academic Diplomatic Club of M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University.
This event was held in the hall of the Academic Diplomatic Club with the traditional signing of the Diplomatic Club Stella. According to the established new tradition of the KAZGUU Academic Diplomatic Club, Mr. Adelino de Silva, Chargé d’Affaires of the Portuguese Republic to the Republic of Kazakhstan, presented a national flag to the University, which will subsequently be placed at all the events of the Diplomatic Club with the participation of Portugal. Besides, following the established practice, the Embassy presented books by Portuguese authors as a gift to the KAZGUU Library.
Since 2014, the Academic Diplomatic Club is based at KAZGUU. The University’s activities in the field of international cooperation are considered as the most important element of the integration of KAZGUU into the world educational and scientific space.
M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University, recognizing the importance of educational and cultural exchanges that can be achieved between the two institutions, within the framework of the Memorandum of Cooperation, entered into an agreement for the exchange of students in the field of economics, good governance and development.
The common goal of this agreement is to establish educational relations and cooperation between the two participating institutions to promote academic ties and enrich the cultural understanding of the two countries.
The goal of each student exchange is to give students the opportunity to study at a partner university, participate in academic and student life, and contribute to raising awareness about their university and country.
The OSCE Academy in Bishkek is the result of cooperation between the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic. In 2002, the parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding, which gave official status to the establishment of the Academy as a regional center for postgraduate education and a forum for regional dialogue on security and scientific research.
International programs allow students to study for a semester, a year, or 2 years at top universities around the world.
KAZGUU offers the Double Degree Program, which allows students to receive a diploma from a top university abroad. Besides, this program indicates that our educational program is consistent and developed under international standards.
The benefits of this program – being a student of KAZGUU, you will ease the process of getting the opportunity to study abroad, save your financial resources (Partners offer free one-year programs or good discounts for education fees, due to our partnership) and as a result, you will receive 2 diplomas. Of course, you should meet the high academic requirements and knowledge of a foreign language.
Academic Mobility Program:
Each year, more than 100 students from HSE study at universities in Europe and Asia. Today, we have more than 32 partners around the world.
ERASMUS + Scholarship Programs provide an opportunity to study in Europe for a semester for free and receive a scholarship at the same time.
The MEVLANA program allows studying for a semester or a year at the university of Turkey
HSE KAZGUU faculty members gain international teaching experience through the Erasmus + program
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.