Postgraduate training

      1. About masters specialty 6M071600 – “Instrument making”, 6M075000 – “Metrology”

      Educational activities in the master’s degree in the specialty 6M071600 “Instrument” is conducted in KSTU license for educational services series AB № 0137352 dated February 3, 2010 and its annexes number 0106814 dated February 3, 2010.

      Since 2016 the department of “measurement technology and instrumentation” teaches masters by specialty 6M075000 “Metrology”.

      The scientific leaders of undergraduates are, Associate professor, Ph.D. Yesenbayev S.Kh., Ph.D. Sergeev V.Ya., Ph.D. Ayzhambaeva S.Zh., Ph.D., Art. teacher Iskakov MB

      The contingent of masters by year

      Indicators 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2018-2019
      The contingent of masters, all 13 12 15 15 16
      Including: number of masters enrolled in state grants 12 12 15 15 15
      The number of masters enrolled in the state language 4 8 9
      The number of masters studying on a fee basis 1 1 14 1
      The number of masters enrolled in the joint program in TPU 4 7 3 2




      The educational process is provided by the specialty staff of the department “Measuring equipment and instrumentation”, “Geophysics and Geology” and teachers of the module “Basic discipline.” The total number of teachers leading classes with undergraduates of the specialty is 4 people, 4 candidates of science, associate professors. Grade is 100%.

      Staffing faculty staffing is 100%.

      The average age of full-time teachers with academic degrees and titles is 48 years.


      Masters specialty 6M071600 – “Instrument making” enrolled in the joint program with the DD-TPU

      Full name masters Year of ending
      1 Nasibulina Anastasia Irshatovna 2012
      2 Melnik Darya Alexandrovna 2012
      3 Ospanov Zhuldyz Birzhanovna 2013
      4 Zhivotov Yevgeny Sergeyevich 2013
      5 Eynberg Sergey Vladimirovich 2013
      6 Mametova Gulshat Erniyazkyzy 2014
      7 Yesimov Radomir Serikovich 2014
      8 Seytmuhanova Albina Seydrahmetkyzy 2014
      9 Zhunisbekov Berik Shabdanbekuly 2015
      10 Nysanbayeva Raushan Orazovna 2015
      11 Myrzabekova Akmonshak Muhammedzhanovna 2015
      12 Murzakhanova Samal Zhanatovna 2015
      13 Brazhanova Dana Korabaevna 2016
      14 Eralinova Gulmira Maratovna 2016
      15 Zakirova Dina Kurmangazyevna 2016
      16 Zhakisheva Taya Maratovna 2018
      17 Taupik Nursultan Nurlanuly 2018


      1. Individual plans of masters

      Individual plans must comply with masters graduate dissertations.
      Plans are prepared on the basis of the fact that in the beginning shall be approved at the department, then to the Faculty Council and summarized in the Academic Council. Plans for undergraduates who are studying for a two-year program is made by 4 semester graduate profile and the plans of Magistrates – 3 semesters.

      The content of the plans and the master’s thesis comply with regulatory requirements for the master’s thesis. The plans include the following questions:

      – an overview of the problems that will be solved in the dissertation;

      – assess the relevance of the problem;

      – the problem of the thesis;

      – methods and algorithms, mathematical models to solve the problem;

      – results and outcomes to solve problems.

      Individual plans masters first signs undergraduate, then scientific adviser. According to scientists of the University Council. You can include field visits in the near and distant foreign countries in the plan.

      1. Schedule undergraduates, working curricula and training programs for postgraduates

      The department has 7.09.050-2012 SES RK on specialty 6M071600 “Instrument making”, approved by the MES from 23.08.2012. Based on the master plan of the profile (1.5 years) and research and teaching (2 years) training areas developed working curricula approved by the Academic Council of the University. According to them, at their core undergraduate should master 48 credits and protect his master’s thesis. When scientific and pedagogical direction of teaching undergraduate should master 59 credits and carry out scientific and research work of a student, including the writing and defense of a thesis (7 credits). In addition to securing practical skills in their core undergraduate teaching direction must undergo practical training (4 credits) and perform experimental research (4 credits).
      When scientific and pedagogical direction of teaching undergraduate must undergo teaching practice (3 credits) in the first semester and research practice (3 credits) in the second semester.

      Training is conducted in accordance with the schedule of the educational process and schedule.

      Working curricula in all forms of education agreed with the members of the Corporate University in the part of the list of elective subjects, partners in the program of double-diploma education, approved by the decision of the Academic Council and Rector of KSTU.
      Master training programs for compulsory subjects and PD database cycles are prepared in accordance with the SES and sample programs.

      State exams graduates of the specialty 6M071600 pass in the form of complex examination in the main subjects of the curriculum.

      All undergraduates specialty 6M071600 – “Instrument making”, 6M075000 – “Metrology” have deep professional knowledge, proficient professional terminology, are well trained in the field of digital technology, industrial controllers, measurement theory, metrology, modern technologies intellectualization measuring systems, modern methods of scientific research.

      In carrying out research work undergraduates take an active part in the development of software and hardware and virtual laboratory practical systems.

      All undergraduates specialty departments, students under the state order, are trained abroad.

      During the reporting period have been trained:

      – 2013-2014 academic year 4 masters in TPU (Tomsk, Russia);
      – 2014-2015 School Year 7 masters at the Czech Agricultural University (Prague, Czech Republic);
      – 2015-2016 academic year 6 masters in SPbPU Peter the Great (St. Petersburg, Russia.);
      – 2015 -2016 academic year 3 undergraduates in the School of Mines of Nancy branch of the National University of Loraine (France, city of Nancy).

      -2016-2017 academic year 5 undergraduates at the Institute of Computer Technologies, Department “Measuring Information Technologies”, SPbPU. (Vilnius, Lithuania)

      -2016-2017 academic year 2 undergraduate at St. Petersburg State University named after Peter the Great (St. Petersburg, Russia.);

      The graduate of magistracy Tuskenova D.O is currently working at the department.