Academic mobility is the movement of students or research teachers for a certain academic period, usually a semester or academic year, to another higher educational institution (domestically or abroad) for training or research, with the obligatory transfer of the acquired educational programs in the prescribed manner in the form of loans at their university (Concept of academic mobility, MES RK, 2011).
In addition to international credit mobility (ICM), students and teaching staff of the University can participate in various types of mobility with foreign partners:
- lecturing, conducting online consultations – virtual mobility;
- participation in professional development programs;
- internships during sabbatical;
- participation in conferences and seminars.
- teaching students in double degree programs;
- educational and scientific practices and internships;
- summer schools and language schools;
- travel to international competitions and Olympiads.
For further consultations, please contact the International Cooperation Center.
Main building, 309 room
8(7282)40-10-19 (int.tel. number 1157)