International projects are an integral part of the activities of the university and one of the key tools in ensuring the quality of higher education in accordance with international standards and requirements, especially in the modern realities of the Bologna process. Important area is the inclusion of students and teachers in international projects and programs.
World practice shows that currently the most effective form of international cooperation in the education sector is the implementation of joint projects, fully or partially funded by foreign states and international organizations funds.
About Erasmus +
Erasmus +, launched in 2014, replacing a number of European programs, including well-known in our country, Tempus and Erasmus Mundus.
Erasmus +It aims to further promote the modernization and sustainable development of education and training systems, supporting the development of youth policy and sports, as well as improving skills and thus improve people’s employment opportunities. The new program provides for a significant increase in investment in human development.
The international dimension of the program (ie cooperation with partner countries) focused mainly on higher education with the possibility of cooperation in the field of youth policy. In higher education, two Actions (Joint Master’s degree and Jean Monnet Program) funded from the EU’s internal budget. On the other two actions (credit mobility and capacity building) funding is allocated from the fund for the development of external cooperation.
OFFICE NATIONAL ERASMUS + IN KAZAKHSTAN
Coordination of the program in Kazakhstan by the National Erasmus + Office in Kazakhstan.
You can find full information about Erasmus + in Guide Erasmus + and in this video presentation.
Detailed information about the program in English is available on the website: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/index_en.htm.