Study, Work, Live in Kazakhstan
Though still a developing destination for global studies, Kazakhstan and its universities are fast claiming a place on the higher education map.
Here we look at the country’s progress in establishing itself as a regional study hub for Central Asia, and what prospective international students need to know about campuses in Kazakhstan, local life and the application process.
Kazakhstan has long been a culturally diverse country; in the 2009 survey, only 63% of residents were inherent Kazakhs. This international element is also a key characteristic of the country’s higher education sector, in which global associations and relations are occupying an increasingly prominent role, with universities in Kazakhstan keen to welcome worldwide students and academics from across the world.
Universities in Kazakhstan award three levels of degree: Bachelor’s (four years), Master’s (two years) and Doctoral (five years). The country joined the European Higher Education Area in 2011, and is contributing in the Bologna Progression, which aims to standardize higher education establishment and ideologies across the area.
In Kazakhstan students are given full opportunity to express ideas, learn new things, gain new skills, and implement novel ideas. The Universities offers highly sought-after educational programs and exclusive training, including the best international science – educational conferences, clinical practices and internships, essential for quality preparation of doctors and specialists of health protection.
Kazakhstan is the leader in the field of medical education training health specialists meeting the best global practice and supporting national health.
- 50 % in 10 + 2
- (45% for SC/ST/OBC) with PCB from a recognized board.
- NEET Qualified