The 15th anniversary of the Center for Kazakh Language and Culture was celebrated in Moscow
The 15th anniversary of the Center for Kazakh Language and Culture was celebrated in Moscow. More than one dozen students have been trained there. Today, many of them have mastered the Kazakh language professionally and are specialists in demand. There are many successful examples of students applying their knowledge in the centre.
KAMSHAT SHAKHATOVA, DIRECTOR OF CENTER:
- One of our graduates works as a third secretary at the Russian embassy in Kazakhstan. He was offered a job there because he speaks Kazakh. Another former student teaches at the Institute of Languages.
At the Center, Russian students study Kazakh as a second foreign language. The learning process is fun and easy. Teachers present information in an interesting way.
IRINA KRAYEVA, RECTOR, UNIVERSITY IN RUSSIA:
- This is the generation that will negotiate and carry out the interaction between political and business structures as well as cultural organizations. Of course, the study of Kazakh language for a linguist turns from a very interesting and an exciting area to a state goal.
An Olympiad of the Kazakh language is annually organized in the Center. In addition to teaching, people in education talk about Kazakh traditions and customs. Today, experts highlight the strategic importance of such institutions to maintain the level of the language and preserve the cultural heritage of the people.