Teachers in the Central Asian countries have expressed their interest in Kazakhstan’s experience in multilingual education.
A team of specialists led by the Kazakh National Geographic Society plans to overcome 7,000 kilometers across Kz and Uz.
A presentation of Kazakhstan’s former capital city, Almaty will be hosted in Chinese cities, Xi’an and Chengdu.
Viewers of Kazakh TV can now learn about the latest news on Kazakhstan’s film industry from the weekly program, Cinema Life.
The Astana International Financial Center (AIFC) is searching for young talents among the Kazakh students in British universities.
Specialists from the National Translation Bureau will work closely with Cambridge University Press.
Over 350 entrepreneurs from all over Kazakhstan arrived in Astana to display their goods.
A college in capital city, Astana and a college in the UK have signed memorandum on the creation of an innovative smart class.
As part of the celebration of the significant date, a memoir titled "Chingiz Aitmatov and Uzbekistan" will be published.
The 5th International auto expedition titled "The Time Watch" dedicated to the Second World War heroes took place in Uralsk .
After graduating from military intelligence school, the well-known writer left to the front lines during the first days of the war
After 73 years since the Victory Day the veterans of the Second World War have become the symbols of perseverance and bravery.
As part of the event, youngsters took part in national sports such as ‘kazaksha kures’and 'togyzkumalak,’ to name a few.
Experts said that the project will open new opportunities for Kazakh students as they will be able to study using the world’s lead
The station will operate on domestically produced solar panels and will provide electricity to the nearby village, Batyr.
A monument of Soviet Union Hero, Manshuk Mametova will be erected in Astana.
The experts of the Goethe Institute were involved in the translation of the work.
Sixty teams representing Kazakh universities presented their social projects at the competition.
For example, Belarusian citizens can receive the state educational grants allocated in Kazakhstan and vice versa.
It is forecasted that 95 per cent of residents in the Zaisan district will have access to gas within two years.