Delegation of Vytautas Magnus University at ENU Faculty of Philology

On March 15, 2019 the Faculty of Philology of the L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University  was visited by a delegation from the Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania) headed by Dean of the Humanities Faculty Ruta Edukiewicien, Dean of the Law Faculty Thomas Berkmanas and Deputy Dean of the Law Faculty of the Lithuanian university.

The Lithuanian delegation was met by Vice-Rector for International Relations and Innovations B. Somzhurek, Head of the Center for ENU Internationalization and Image Seit Ali Avcu and representatives of the International Department, Law and Philology faculties of the L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University.

This meeting of representatives of the two partner universities was held for the fifth time. Representatives of the two parties discussed the possibility of opening a center or a representative office of the L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University at Vytautas Magnus University in Lithuania with the purpose to strengthen cooperation of the two large universities, organizing and conducting joint activities, teaching the Kazakh language at the Lithuanian University, which has a wide range of foreign languages ​​(30 languages ​​are taught today at the Vytautas Magnus University), developing academic mobility and joint publications.

According to the results of the preliminary negotiations with the representatives of the Faculty of Humanities of the Vytautas Magnus University and Head of the Foreign Languages Theory and Practice Department Zh. Beisembayeva as well as at the initiative of the ENU International Relations Department, it was decided to hold a meeting at the Faculty of Philology and discuss further ways of cooperation between the two structural divisions on cooperation between the two structural units.

On October 14-15, ENU, Vitovt the Great University and QS company will hold a joint international conference “QS in Conversation”, which will present the results of university rankings in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.