International Projects


Implemented international projects of KSTU in 2020 under the ERASMUS plus program

Development of PhD and research potential of scientists of Kyrgyzstan (DERECKA)

Coordinator: International University of Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyzstan)

Aims and Objectives:
Support eligible Partner Countries to address the challenges facing their higher education institutions and systems, including those of quality, relevance, equity of access, planning, delivery, management, governance.
Support the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of the higher education field in the eligible Partner Countries.

Project Summary:
In Kyrgyzstan, low budget of research led to massive outflow of highly qualified scientists & lowering their prestige.
The quality & potential of scientific research expertise has declined leading to the mismatch of the existing scientific & innovation potential and production needs in the use of promising technologies, to the rupture of links between science & industry.
The project is aimed at the strengthening research and innovation capacities in Kyrgyzstan through promotion of PhD degrees.
The project consortium includeds 4 EU Universities with big expertise in research methodology and running PhD studies and 7 Kyrgyzstani Universities. The KG partner universities are the core of the active working network established during cooperation started in the project piloted by the Kyrgyz Ministry of Education & Science to introduce first PhD programs.
To achieve the aim, the project consortium will conduct the following activities:
1. Modernisation of existing PhD studies and development of new innovative PhD program compliant with EU standards on specialties that are priority for the socioeconomic development of the country and meet society’s needs.
2. In order to enhance research competences of academic staff and to build innovative research expertise in Kyrgyzstan, the EU partners will provide comprehensive training trainers sessions PhD supervisors and teaching staff on needed topics covering Renewable Energy Technology, Agroeconomics, Public Health, Food Technology & Safety and others.
3. Improvement of administration of PhD programs by training administrators of local PhD programs
4. Promotion of PhD culture amongst academic & non-academic stakeholders and wider society in Kyrgyzstan.

Partners from Kyrgyzstan:
– International Higher School of Medicine (Kyrgyzstan)
– Kyrgyz State Technical University named after Razzakov I. (Kyrgyzstan)
– Kyrgyz State University of Construction, Transport and Architecture (Kyrgyzstan)
– Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic named after K. Dikambaev (Kyrgyzstan)
– Kyrgyz National Agrarian University (Kyrgyzstan)
– Osh State University (Kyrgyzstan)

Foreign partners:
– Brunel University of London (UK)
– Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
– ECM space technologies GmbH (Germany)
– Vilnius Technical University named after Gediminas (Lithuania)


Establishment of training and research centres and development of courses on Big Data Intelligence in Central Asia (ELBA)

Coordinator: University of Santiago do Compostella (Spain)

Aims and Objectives:
Contribute to the cooperation between the EU and the eligible Partner Countries (and amongst the eligible Partner Countries)
Support the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of the higher education field in the eligible Partner Countries

Project Summary:
Project “Establishment of training and research Centers and Courses development on Intelligent BigData Analysis in CA”, ELBA is aimed in improving academic capacity of professionals through developing and implementing multidisciplinary package of module based courses for bachelor, master students and professionals of engineering
on Intelligent Big Data Analysis (IBDA) in Central Asia countries via collaboration with the industry.
During project multidisciplinary package of the module based courses on IBDA for bachelor and master programs in 10 universities and industry companies in Central Asia will be developed. IBDA Centres in each of the partner countries’ Higher Educational Institutes and academic and professional network of IBDA specialists of Central Asian partner Higher Education Institutes will be established as well.
Consortium of the project consists of partners from 3 EU and 10 CA countries’ universities and 11 nonacademic partners from the industry and education.

Partners from Kyrgyzstan:
– Kyrgyz State Technical University named after I. Razzakov
– Osh Technological University

Foreign partners:
– Turin Polytechnic University (Italy)
– University of Primorska (Slovenia)
– Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (Uzbekistan)
– Bukhara Engineering and Technology Institute (Uzbekistan)
– Al-Khorezmi Urgench State University (Uzbekistan)
– Tashkent Institute of Design, Construction and Operation of Roads (Uzbekistan)
– International University of Information Technology (Kazakhstan)
– Kostanay State University named after A. Baitursynova (Kazakhstan)
– Technological University of Tajikistan (Tajikistan)
– Kulyab Institute of Technology and Innovation Management (Tajikistan)


Modernization of Higher Education in Central Asia through New Technologies (HiEdTec)

Digital transformation of industries (Industry 4.0), which also requires a DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF EDUCATION at a faster pace, the consortium will develop a Concept for adapting the educational system to the digital generation, taking into account the specific conditions of each of the partner countries;

> EU requirement to provide the opportunity for EVERYONE to study at ANY time and ANY place with ANY lecturer, using ANY device - a computer, laptop, tablet, phablet, smartphone, etc. The consortium will create centers for innovative educational technologies.

Grant holder:



> A sustainable academic network for the exchange of experience and best practices in the field of innovative educational technologies and didactic models;

> 5 concepts of adapting the education system to the digital generation - 1 per partner country;

> 15 Centers of innovative educational technologies - 1 for each university;

> 45 classes of active learning-3 for each university;

> Virtual classes - 1 for each university;

> Handbook of innovative educational technologies;

> Courses for trainers in the acquisition of digital skills and teaching methods;

> Courses for teachers on the acquisition of digital skills and teaching methods;

> 75 e-learning courses - 5 in each university;

> 75 PowerPoint presentations for lectures suitable for use with an interactive whiteboard - 5 at each university;

> Cloud-based virtual library of digital educational resources.


> Project products will be useful for all interested parties in education:

• National and university education policies;

• university teachers who are teachers / lecturers / students;

• scientific, economic and social partners.

> The project will help transform partner universities into innovative universities and improve the quality of trained specialists who are needed to carry out the digital transformation of industries (Industry 4.0).


19 universities from Bulgaria, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and 5 Ministries of Education of Central Asian countries.


November 2018 - November 2021


Development of a master's curriculum based on the Bologna system in resource-efficient production logistics / ProdLog

The Chair of Logistics got the opportunity to participate in this project in the person of one of the partners. The project coordinator is Otto von Guericke University, Institute of Logistics and Materials Science, Magdeburg, Germany. Universities such as SIGMAClermont, France also participate in the project; University of Applied Sciences, Germany; University of Miskolc, Hungary; Moscow Automobile and Road State Technical University (MADI), Moscow, Russian Federation; Volga State University of Water Transport, Russian Federation; Kazakh-German University, Almaty, Kazakhstan; Kazakhstan Academy of Transport and Communications named after M. Tynyshpayev; Kyrgyz National Agrarian University named after K. I. Skryabin, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic. In order to effectively implement and support this project, associate partners were also recruited and selected as Fraunhofer — Gesellschaft zur Forderungderangewandten Forschunge.V., Munich, Germany; KazLogistic, Astana, Kazakhstan; Russian Intermodal Logistics Association, Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation; Aksy-Bio Agricultural Cooperative, Zhergatal Village, Kyrgyz Republic; Maximum Logistic, Bishkek; and Prosoft, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic.

          On February 14, 2018, a kick-offmeeting meeting was held for all participants in the ProdLog project in Moscow, the Russian Federation. The meeting was held at the Moscow Automobile and Road State Technical University (MADI) and was dedicated to getting to know all the project participants and discussing technical aspects of the project; timing; responsibility of project participants; ideas related to the expectations of project participants; recommendations and suggestions. The next day, all participants also had the opportunity to participate in the International Logistics Forum, which was held in Moscow.

           In general, the project work was carried out in a productive and open manner, which in turn created the right atmosphere for discussing key points in order to further successfully fulfill the project objectives. The project runs until 2020, 2 educational laboratories will be created, 18 educational modules are planned to be developed, and advanced training of teachers and undergraduates is provided.

Objective of the project

Training and advanced training of managers in the field of resource-efficient production logistics in the partner countries RU, KAZ and KYR, able to meet the needs of national and international companies in creating a manufacturing industry with sustainable and environmentally friendly production methods for long-term welfare growth.

Project Objectives:

  • To develop and implement by February 2020 an interdisciplinary program of resource-efficient production logistics for masters in RU, KAZ and KYR with 18 modules (120 ECTS) in accordance with the Bologna process.
  • By October 2018, conduct qualification of personnel at universities of the partner country in accordance with the special requirements of the master's program in resource-efficient production logistics.
  • Create professional and methodological structures in universities of partner countries in accordance with ECTS, which will ensure the consolidation of the new MSc after the end of the project by October 2020.
  • By October 2019, intensify cooperation in the field of production logistics education between universities and logistics companies and companies requiring logistics specialists.