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Tempus

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Tempus programme in Kazakhstan

The TEMPUS Programme had been started in Kazakhstan in 1995. Altogether during the past period 76 projects with the participation of the partners from Kazakhstan (among them 23 national and 53 regional) have been implemented. 46 universities and 48 nonacademic partners participated at them. The total grant amount was more than 54 million Euro.

The most active TEMPUS IV participants in Kazakhstan:

Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi - 13 projects

Eurasian National University named after L.N. Gumilyov - 9 projects

Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I. Satpaev - 6 projects

South Kazakhstan State University named after M.O.Auezov - 6 projects

Karaganda State University named after E.A.Buketov - 6 projects

Kokshetau State University named after Sh. Ualikhanov - 6 projects

East-Kazakhstan State Technical University named after D. Serikbayev- 5 projects

Karaganda State Technical University - 5 projects

Kostanay State University named after A. Baitursynov - 5 projects

Kyzylorda State University named after Korkyt Ata - 5 projects

Kazakh Agro Technical University named after S.Seifullin - 5 projects

The coordination of the Tempus programme in Kazakhstan before 2005 has been conducted by the Ministry of Education and Science. The National Tempus Office (NTO) was inaugurated in June, 2005, in Almaty (now - National Erasmus+ Office).

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