In Kazakhstan our work in education focuses on internationalising education and skills development, sharing the UK’s expertise and innovation around the world, and bringing education partners together to work on collaborative projects. We enjoy partnerships with key educational institutions, as the Government of Kazakhstan has set out an ambitious and outward-looking national education programme with clear goals for the internationalisation of education at all levels.
Our work in education
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Going Global 2016: a higher education leaders’ conference
Going Global is an open forum for education world leaders to debate international higher and further education issues, challenges and possible collaborative solutions.
International Skills Partnerships
International Skills Partnerships are the new, innovative way of addressing skills and employability challenges.
Opportunities for co-operation with UK universities
If your higher education institution would like to develop co-operation with UK universities, be it for staff and student mobility, joint programmes, research co-operation, or capacity bu
SEE Into the Future Almaty
The SEE into the Future Almaty conference brought together about 80 business representatives, university leaders, and university careers service staff from the UK and Kazakhstan.
UK – Kazakhstan Smart Cities Forum
The British Council in partnership with Kazakh British Technical University (KBTU) organised a UK – Kazakhstan Smart Cities Forum at KBTU on 24 May from 09.30–16.00.
Vocational Education Exchange
Welcome to the first edition of Vocational Education Exchange, the British Council’s new initiative for teachers and leaders interested in vocational education and skills.
The British Council in Kazakhstan is a member of EUNIC - a network of international cultural relations institutes of the member states of the European Union.
Internationalising Higher Education (IHE) and Skills
Our IHE programme aims to promote innovation, extend policy debates, and establish a new generation partnership model with businesses to develop global knowledge economies.
Services for International Education Marketing (SIEM)
Services for International Education Marketing is the British Council’s global initiative for education providers, launched in 2012.
Education UK Agent Training
The British Council is committed to working with quality agents who represent UK institutions. Find out how to train as a UK education agent with us.
FameLab helps to develop the next generation of science communicators across the world.