Expansion of International Cooperation

During the II Forum of Rectors of Universities of Russia and Kazakhstan, Karaganda Technical University named after Abilkas Saginov and Saint Petersburg State University reinforced their relations by meeting to discuss prospects for cooperation in the fields of science and education. Founded in 1724 by Emperor Peter I, Saint Petersburg State University is the first university in Russia and one of the leading scientific and educational centers in the country. The university offers more than 506 educational programs at all levels, and the education received there is recognized for its high quality both domestically and internationally.

Karaganda Technical University named after Abilkas Saginov, in turn, is one of the leading technical universities in Kazakhstan, offering a wide range of engineering and technical training programs.

Sergey Vladimirovich Andryushin, Vice-Rector for International Affairs of SPbU, met with representatives of Karaganda Technical University to discuss various aspects of cooperation, including professional development for faculty, organization of academic mobility for students, international research internships for doctoral and master’s students, as well as participation in joint conferences and other important matters. During the meeting, an agreement on cooperation was signed.

The signing of the cooperation agreement was an important step for both parties, opening up new opportunities for knowledge and experience exchange, as well as strengthening international ties in the fields of science and education.