International Cooperation

On international cooperation

        International cooperation of the faculty of Philology of ENU named after L.N. Gumilyov is carried out on the basis of inter-University and faculty agreements, memoranda and agreements, as well as protocols and work programs. Eminent professors of various universities of the world visit the faculty of Philology to give lectures to students.

     The geography of cooperation of the faculty is very diverse – the faculty of Philology implements joint educational and research projects with leading academic and research centers in such countries as: Russia, Turkey, Hungary, Germany, China, USA, Spain, France, South Korea, Poland, UK, CIS, etc.

   Scientists of foreign universities and other educational and scientific organizations take part in the educational process for bachelors, masters, Ph.Doctoral candidates as visiting professors and research associates.

    The faculty of Philology together with foreign partners and international and regional centers and organizations is actively involved in the implementation of scientific projects and educational programs.

    The faculty cooperates with 48 leading foreign universities and research centers of the world, which implement educational programs for the training of specialists at all levels of education (bachelor's degree – master's degree – doctorate), conduct research, organize joint conferences, congresses, summits, exchange of experience.

International Erasmus Day at L.N. Gumilyov ENU

  10.10.2019 in honor of the International Erasmus Day, celebrated around the world, Erasmus grant holders of the Philology Faculty of ENU  Beisembaeva Zh.A., Bekzhanova Zh.E., Baltynova A.Sh., Latanova R.U., Anasheva D.K., Narmukhametova N.M.,Niyazova A.E. and  graduate student of the Theory and Practice of Translation Zeynullaev Adil supported the promotion of grants from the European Union. Within the framework of the Erasmus program, 4 projects are being implemented: 1) mobility for students and teachers, 2) cooperation in the field of innovation and the exchange of best practices, 3) Jean Monet project, 4) support in the field of education. In total, almost 1.6 billion euros were allocated for the implementation of the program.