Kazakh scientists will take part in the EU research grant projects. This was announced during the visit of the delegation of rectors and professorial staff of several universities of Kazakhstan to Belgium. Participation in winning the European grants was made possible after signing of a comprehensive agreement on an expanded partnership and cooperation between Kazakhstan and the EU.
Dmitry LEPESHEV, VICE RECTOR, KOKSHETAU ABAI MYRZAKHMETOV UNIVERSITY:
The EU educational program Erasmus Plus is becoming more and more popular in Kazakhstan. We also trying to expand cooperation with other scholarship programs. For these research projects a large amount of funds was allocated from the European Parliament and the European Union. Therefore, we want our scientists to be able to do full-scale research in their field.
Ekaterina TSARANOK, DIRECTOR, MODERN EDUCATION & RESEARCH INSTITUTE:
Kazakhstan has acquired the right to become a grant holder, which gives the opportunity to become a leader in grant projects in two programs. The first one is the Jean Monnet program and, the second is a Capacity Building High Education. All of these help to ensure an institutional development in higher education. A second wave of interest of the European universities to Kazakhstan can be seen at present. European educators are willing to partner with Kazakhstan to share knowledge, and participate in projects initiated by Kazakhstan.
The representatives of Kokshetau, Aktobe and Southern Kazakhstan universities have arrived in Brussels to participate in the program on exchange of experiences in technology transfer and commercialization of knowledge. Kazakh scientists have already visited Belgian universities, industrial parks, research and business incubators.
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