Al-Farabi KazNU aims to be a research university

The Academic Council of university Al-Farabi KazNU, Almaty, Kazakhstan announced a new program for the strategic development of the University until 2025. Al-Farabi KazNU aims to become a driver for the socio-economic and spiritual modernization of the country and to enter the top 100 best universities in the world. As Prof. Galym Mutanov, rector of KazNU noted, increasing global competitiveness requires new conceptual approaches in all multifaceted activities of the university.

The strategic plan provides for the diversification of educational services through the introduction of new educational technologies based on the application of advanced IT technologies and the expansion of target groups of service recipients, including inclusive education. The training of internationally competitive and qualified specialists with a high level of competence remains a priority for the University. A new impetus will be given to the expansion of academic mobility and the dual degree program with the leading universities in the world. The development strategy will include further internationalization of education and the opening of university branches abroad based on thr Al-Farabi research and education centers that are already operating in 12 countries.

KazNU will launch on its campus an international IT cluster as part of the «Alliance of New Silk Road Universities», uniting more than 150 leading universities of the world. Its core will be a supercomputer, which will enter the top 500 in the world in terms of performance.

The social responsibility practice of the university will be expanded and focused on the goals of sustainable development. Al-Farabi KazNU aims to become a driver for the socio-economic and spiritual modernization of the country and to enter the top 100 best universities in the world.

More at: www.kaznu.kz

 

 

 

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