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K. Zhubanov University signed 11 contracts with higher educational institutions of Turkey

K. Zhubanov Aktobe Regional State University signed contracts with such higher educational institutions of Turkey as the Bandyrma University, Yildirim Beyazit, Ankara, the Biledzhik University Sheikh Edibali, Kodzhatep Afyon

University, Sakarya University, the University Kafkaz, Istanbul University, Hadzhettepe University, Mush Alparslan University, Samsun University, Marmara University according to “Mevlana” grant student exchange program.

“Mevlana” grant student exchange program gives an excellent opportunity for lecturers and students of the University to get experience abroad and to improve their knowledge. The High Council of Education of the Republic of Turkey provides financing of the program in the field of economy, management, psychology, law, foreign languages, history, geography, metallurgy, construction, chemistry, biology, physics and politics.

According to the contract the first group of students was sent to Sakarya University.

At this university 11 students majoring in “Metallurgy”, “Construction”, “Finance”, “Mathematics”, “Informatics”, “Management” and 3 Master students of “Ecology” and “Philology” specialties of K. Zhubanov University will be studying.

Sakarya University is the state higher educational institution of the Republic of Turkey where over 45 thousand students study. The University is one of 30 leading universities of Turkey and enters the rating of 5 best international universities of the world. Over 1400 lecturers work there. The educational institution takes an active part in international programs among the higher educational institutions directed at academic exchange of students and lecturers.

This educational institution offers 45 grants on bachelor specialties within “Mevlana” grant student exchange program for the following 2018-2019 academic year.