Turan University supports the initiatives of the Bologna Process and acts in line with the regulations of the Republic of Kazakhstan and EHEA organizing student mobility. International students wishing to come to Turan University for a semester study can visit the page of STEM – Business School that offers programs taught in English
Basic terms and notions for academic (credit) mobility
European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)
This is a credit system under which learning-hour credits are awarded on the basis of the student workload necessary to complete the learning activities required in order to demonstrate the achievement of specified learning outcomes. These learning outcomes must be in accordance with the Dublin Descriptors, and within the requirements of the relevant National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The NQF, itself, must be compatible with the Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area (QFEHEA).
This is a document that incorporates a registered student’s program of study and specifies the terms and conditions under which the university agrees to deliver the learning units identified.
This provides students with opportunities to study abroad for part of their program of study. This broadens their horizons, both educationally and culturally.
Student Exchange Programs
Under these programs, students study usually for one or two semester abroad at a partner (host) university, and transfer the learning units they have satisfactorily completed back to their home university, so that the exchange counts as a regular semester and part of their program of study. Typically, students pay tuition at their home university.
Transcript of Record, Standardized
The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) offers a standardized Transcript of Record that records each student’s academic performance at the end of each semester or year. This Transcript ensures that students have an accurate and up-to-date record of their progress, the educational components they have studied, the number of ECTS they have achieved, and the grades they have been awarded. The
How does the process on academic mobility work?
Who to contact first when preparing for academic mobility?
International Office (Room 707) – +7 7272 604023