Управления и департаменты
The department of international relations
The main purpose of the department of international relations is to promote the integration of KSTU in the international educational space. This includes the organization and coordination of the KSTU participation in international cooperation programs aimed at providing the internationalization of university activities, improving the quality of educational programs and increases the international prestige of KSTU as a scientific and educational center of the Eurasian region in the global educational space.
- To search out, develop and establish effective sustainable relationships with the world’s leading universities, scholarship programs, and scientific educational organization;
- Search for new international programs, information dissemination and consultation for students, faculty and staff of KSTU;
- Ensuring academic mobility of students, faculty, university staff abroad, as well as attracting students from partner universities for training in KSTU through consultative and organizational assistance;
- Development of double-diploma education;
- Organization of foreign students, graduate students and trainees in accordance with the directions of Ministry Education and Science of KR, KSTU international agreements and individual contracts;
- Providing export expansion of KSTU educational services;
- Ensuring the formation of international cooperation programs;
Implementing, advising and assisting in the field of international cooperation units and employees of KSTU, as well as providing the necessary support to graduates of KSTU located abroad
- Implementation of information and representation activities;
- Recruiting of foreign experts;
- Help in the organization of the university consortium and international associations;
- KSTU representation in international forums, symposiums, educational fairs, etc.
Teachers of the Computer science department in the ERASMUS + program
In the framework of the international mobility program “ERASMUS +” the teachers of the department “Informatics and Computer Engineering” Associate Professor Israilova Nella and teacher Tultemirova Gulnaz took part in the academic mobility program at the Lublin University of Technology (Poland) at 8-12 May, 2017. The mobility program included seminars-trainings, the exchange of experience in teaching and research work
Do not miss the chance to get an education at the leading universities of the world for one semester or academic year through the Erasmus plus program!
KSTU implements the program (Erasmus plus) of academic exchanges with foreign universities. Academic mobility is aimed at increasing international cooperation through the exchange of experiences and knowledge among students and staff. Students have the opportunity to go to the partner university for a period of one semester to one academic year for training. KSTU faculty and staff, depending on the selected program, have the opportunity to go to the partner university for a period of 5 days or more, to teach, conduct research and participate in internships.
Students Erasmus + candidates enrolled in the program on a competitive basis. You must meet the following requirements:
Be a student for at least 2 years at KSTU;
Have a GPA above a certain level of university;
Sufficiently proficient in the language in which the training is carried out at the host university.
Selection of the winner takes place KSTU foreign universities and programs. Participation in the program is possible only 1 time for an educational program.
Students do not pay tuition to the host university; all expenses are covered by the European Union. Most of the students Erasmus + also receive a stipend to cover living expenses abroad. The average monthly grant for the academic year 2016/2017, intended to cover part of the costs of living, amounted to 800 euros per month.
Erasmus + provides a framework for cooperation between universities and ensures participants that the time spent abroad, will (subject to the conditions of the program), the University counted on returning home.
The process of filing:
Contact the department of international relations and to provide the following information:
A copy of the passport
Faculty / Institute; Department; the course and the group; specialty
Mobile phone number
The selected institution, country
Educational units conduct initial screening of candidates for the scholarship.
Department of International Relations conducts an additional selection of candidates on the basis of the submitted documents and interviews. The main selection criteria are:
Compliance training areas host university requirements and conditions of the project.
Academic success (the average score for all sessions for students of technical specialties – from 4.5, for students of economic specialties – from 4.7)
The level of language training (foreign language – not lower than B2 – Upper-Intermediate)
Program Coordinator sends the information about the candidates who have successfully passed the selection in higher education programs partners.
International university-partner office sends students with information about the procedure and deadlines for filing documents of the applicator.
All students who apply to participate in the selection will be informed about the results by e-mail.
Applications sent directly to the universities partners of the Program, bypassing the project coordinator of KSTU will not be considered.
List of partner universities KSTU Erasmus plus program:
Erasmus+ is a program of the European Union (EU) in the field of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020. This program builds on the achievements of more than 25 years of experience of European programs in the field of education, training and youth, covering the areas of data both within Europe and in international cooperation.
Erasmus + aims to move beyond these programs, through the development of synergies and mutual enrichment in various fields of education, training and youth, eliminating the artificial boundaries between different activities and project formats, encouraging new ideas, recruiting new members of the labor market and civil society and encouraging new forms of cooperation. Erasmus + aims to become a more effective tool to address real needs in terms of the development of human and social capital in Europe and beyond.
For this reason, all actions and activities supported under the program, should be carried out with the help of the brand “Erasmus +”. However, to assist participants and beneficiaries of the former programs to understand the program Erasmus +, for the purpose of communication and dissemination, the following names can be used for the actions aimed at a specific sector, in addition to the common name “Erasmus +”.
Erasmus + replaces seven programs for one: it combines the following programs: 1) LLP program Lifelong Learning (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, the Comenius and Grundtvig), 2) Youth in Action, and five international cooperation programs: 1.Erasmus Mundus, 2.Tempus, 3.Alfa, 4. Edulink, 5.Program cooperation with industrialized countries.
Important features of the program Erasmus +:
- Recognition and validation of skills and qualifications
- Distribution and use of project results
- Open access to educational materials, documents and media created within the framework of the Erasmus +
- The international dimension
- Equality and fairness
- Protection and safety of participants
Indicative Program budget for 7 years (2014-2020) is 14,774 billion Euros. For more information in English, please click here: http://ec.europa.eu/budget/documents/budget_current_year_en.htm
The main actions that mutually reinforce and complement each other:
- Learning mobility of individuals:
Training opportunities for individuals, both within the EU and beyond, including: study and training, training, and professional development and informal youth activities, such as volunteering. Europeans will be able to study, train or teach at universities around the world, and non-European students and staff will have more opportunities to learn, teach and study in Europe. Expansion of the program outside of the EU will increase the attractiveness of European higher education as well as support the development of higher education in other countries.
1.1 Mobility through degree – through joint masters courses (joint PhD turn into Marie Curie Action, Managed by EACEA);
1.2 Mobility through loans – mutual agreements between universities (Managed by National Agencies.).
- Improving potentiality in higher education
For higher education, the emphasis will be on improving potentiality, focusing on neighboring countries, as well as the strategic partnership developed and emerging economies. It will be aimed at improving the quality, relevance and management of higher education.
2.1 Joint projects will be based on multilateral partnerships between higher education institutions from the EU and neighboring countries (modernization of the curriculum, staff training, advanced education, management, etc.) with built-in mobility. Based on the integration of Tempus and Erasmus Mundus (Action 2)
2.2 Capacity building partnerships will include universities from Asia, Latin America and Africa (based on the experience of the Alpha and Edulink).
More information: www.erasmusplus.kg
Horizon 2020 is the new EU program for research and innovation (2014-2020.). In 2014, the Seventh Framework Program of the EU was replaced by the new program for research and innovation “Horizon 2020” (Horizon 2020).
The new program will combine the framework program for EU, (Research and Technological Development (FP7)), the framework program for the development of competitiveness and innovation (Competiveness and Innovation Program – CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology.
It is planned that the budget program “Horizon 2020” will be about 80 billion Euros. Areas of priority for 2014- 2016:
- Personalization of Health to improve the quality of life
- Sustainable food security
- Discovery of the potential of the oceans
- Technologically smart cities
- Competitive low-carbon energy
- Resource-efficient transport
- Waste processing and recycling
- Water innovation
- Overcoming the economic, financial, political and social crisis: new strategies and structures management
- The ability to withstand disasters: ensuring the security of society
- Digital security
More information: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/index.html
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science = JSPS
Programs of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and Japan Kyrgyzstan youth exchange program.
The working languages of these programs are in English or Japanese.
■ JSPS special program for foreign researchers
The target audiences for this program are young scientists with a PhD degree, not having received the degree more than 6 years previous.
In the case of enrollment, the researcher may conduct their work under the guidance of a supervisor for 1 to 2 years.
■ foreign researchers shall receive an invitation to the program through JSPS
The program invitations to the researchers, with degrees to professors, may last from 2 weeks to 10 months
■ JSPS program on bilateral research (Joint Partnership)
Each country allocates funding for its own representative in bilateral study. The Kyrgyz side is funding researchers of its own with the condition of having the degree of PhD. The expense of researchers from the Japanese side, from the flight to KR, to any other costs associated with the study is assumed by JSPS. Under the rules of JSPS, the expense of the Kyrgyz researchers to fly to Japan or any other costs associated with the research, will not be covered by JSPS. However, to reduce the costs of the Kyrgyz side, the JSPS is considering holding bilateral research in the Kyrgyz Republic with the assistance of researchers from Japan.
In this case, researchers from the Kyrgyz side (or institution, research center which belongs to the researcher) is responsible for covering the costs within the country (eg: consumables, printing, etc.)
■ JSPS program to receive a doctoral degree (PhD)
This program provides financial support to talented researchers, regardless of the presence of the Japanese master’s degree, who can get a doctorate by the deposit of scientific work (dissertation).
SUMMER SCHOOL IN KSTU
Summer School “WEWEK-2016”
August 1, 2016, 24 people came from Germany to Kyrgyzstan, from different universities of Germany, to participate in the summer school. The official opening ceremony of the summer school was held at the KSTU after I. Razzakov.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sarto T.E, presented himself with the welcoming speech, addressed to young German guests, wishing them success in their study and hopes that they enjoy their time in Kyrgyz land. From the German side, the representative of the German Embassy of Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Wolfgang Eminger, made a speech along with representatives of the German GIZ program. This year, well wishes were made by the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, represented by Deputy Prime Minister for Economy and Investments of the Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Diehl VI
This summer school, on the basis of KSTU for students in both countries, was organized with the support of DAAD Foundation and the Berlin Technical Institute after Boit, for the fourth consecutive year. Every year it is attended by 5 Kyrgyz and more than 20 German students. The latter had a hard competitive selection in the city of Bonn. The main goal of this project is to pass practical training to the students, in Toktogul, Kurpsai HPP and Kambar-Ata 2, as well as in small hydropower plants in Kyrgyzstan.
In addition, students from Germany have the opportunity, in an intensive way, to learn the Russian language. Kyrgyz students can consolidate their German language skills, communicating daily with German students, to better master the technical terminology by practicing.
The duration of the summer school is 3 weeks, and its popularity is growing every year. For example, in 2015, 64 German students applied for 12 seats allocated by DAAD and 80 students applied for 6 opening through the Berlin Technical Institute after Boit. The selection process proved very difficult by the commission, which consisted of representatives of the German universities and KSTU.
KSTU supports stable relations with many foreign universities and international organizations of CIS, Asian countries, Europe and Australia. Kyrgyz State Technical University has signed international treaties and agreements in the field of science and education cooperation. To date, more than 150 contracts and agreements with universities in the CIS, Asia, Europe and Australia, have been signed. One of the priorities for KSTU is cooperation with universities of the CIS member states, as well as Germany and China.
Wide and stable international contacts are actively used by KSTU for organizing and holding international scientific conferences, seminars and round tables with participation from leading experts of foreign partner universities. One of the main goals through inter-university cooperation is the development and implementation of joint programs aimed at providing students with internship opportunities in foreign universities, and to have the opportunity to receive two diplomas, both at KSTU and the foreign partner university.
KSTU is a member of the Russian Kyrgyz Consortium of Technical Universities (RKKTU), the Association of Asian universities, and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). Under the agreement, RKKTU (which includes the 21 higher education institutions of Russia and the 6 universities of Kyrgyzstan) and KSTU made an agreement of joint undergraduate programs on the 2 plus 2, with such universities as:
National Research Technological University “MISA” (MISA)
National Research University “MEI” (MEI)
Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics (È)
Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical University (MADI)
Kazan State Power Engineering University (KSPEU)
Baltic State Technical University “VOENMEKH” im.D.F.Ustinova (BSTU “VOENMEKH”)
the MISA, MEI, MTUCI, MADI, KSPEU, BSTU “VOENMEKH” ITMO and OGUPS.
Kyrgyz State Technical University is part of the “SCO” Universities, which includes universities from Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and is a major institution of higher education for the implementation of joint master’s programs in “Energy”. In addition to cooperation in the SCO, KSTU has cooperation agreements with some universities of China. Within the framework of this cooperation the university annually sends students to continue their education in the master’s degree program, in universities such as the Harbin Institute of Technology, University Lanchzhounsky transport and Lyaonninskiyneftyanym University of Chemical Technology, through Chinese government scholarships. The university, in the joint project with the Xinjiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and with the assistance of the Academy of Science and Technology, opened the Scientific and Technical Information Center.
Close cooperation has been established with several universities and organizations in Germany. In 2001, an agreement was signed between the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and the President of the Kyrgyz Republic on the opening of a joint facility, now the Kyrgyz-German Technical Institute, founded by KSTU after Razzakov and Berlin Technical University after Boit. The Institute is comprised of three departments: “Telematics”, “Logistics” and “Mechanics and Industrial Engineering.” To date, about 500 students are enrolled in the institute. The direction of “Logistics” and “Telematics” were created with the assistance of technical universities of Vildau, Cologne and Brandenburg. Classes are conducted in German and Russian languages. Every year, more than 30 students participate in summer schools in universities and industrial companies in Germany. KSTU teachers leading classes at the Institute, also have the opportunity to train in German universities. The funding institution involves German partners through the DAAD. KSTU repeatedly took and takes part in the realization of joint projects with German universities and the Tempus program Erasmus +.
Admission of foreign citizens for study:
We welcome foreign students to Kyrgyz State Technical University. I.Razzakov. You can find a list of departments and programs offered at KSTU on http://kstu.kg/category/faculties2/
All foreign students are required to complete the registration process and send copies of the necessary documents to the email address: email@example.com
List of documents for registration:
- Application of foreign citizen (Application Form)
- Scanned copy of passport
- A scanned copy of the document on education (certificate, bachelor’s degree, master’s degree)
- A scanned copy of the transcript
- Application for visa support (if necessary)
If you have any questions, please contact us by phone or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +996 312 545151
Fax: +996 312 545162
- Booklets of KSTU. I. Razzakov:
For prospective students, 2016
Booklet for listeners and school students, 2016
Memo for foreign citizen for KSTU. I. Razzakov
- Postgraduate Studies, Doctorate
- Training courses
Preparation for entrance exams: Russian language, chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology with a certificate.
Classes start after a group of 6 people are accepted. Courses last for 9 months. Individual training may be obtained in a shorter time period.
Among the listeners of preparatory courses, citizens of Egypt, Libya, China, Syria, Jordan, Turkmenistan and other countries.
For more information visit: www.kstu.kg/licey-bishkek/
- Living accommodation
KSTU provides space in the hostel for international students. There are special rooms for foreigners in hostel №1. 1 room seats 4 students. For foreign students the price is 3000 soms per month for a single seat.
Please let us know in advance if you wish to book a place in a hostel.
Admission of foreign citizens to work
- General information
The main criteria for obtaining foreign nationals work permits are: high qualification, knowledge of foreign languages, financial and intellectual contribution to the Kyrgyz Republic, as well as the lack of similar professionals in the local labor market and the number of Kyrgyz citizens.
The procedure for registration for a job depends on foreign national status. The status of the foreign national will be one of the following three:
- Temporary stay – work visa or registration card;
- Temporary residents – already have a temporary residence permit;
- Permanent residents – foreigners with a residence permit;
Provided are two types of work permits:
- A) A permit to attract foreign labor – standard document, entitling legal entities and individuals for involvement and use of foreign labor in the Kyrgyz Republic (the “Permit for Employer”)
- B) Work permit – standard document confirming the right of foreign nationals or stateless persons to carry out in the Kyrgyz Republic labor or entrepreneurial activity ( “Permit to the Employee”).
- Established quotas for attracting and using foreign labor
Kyrgyz Government annually establishes a quota for the involvement and use of foreign labor. The quota is set by groups of professions in regions of the Kyrgyz Republic, including the city of Bishkek.
- Who needs to obtain a work permit
Natural and legal persons of the Kyrgyz Republic who plan to attract foreign workers must obtain permission for employers before hiring foreign citizens and persons without citizenship. Foreign nationals and stateless persons (18 years of age or older) who are planning to work must apply for permission to work.
- In some cases, the work permit to a foreign citizen and a stateless person, may be denied or revoked.
A work permit to a foreign citizen and a stateless person may be refused or existing work permit may be revoked if:
— Presence in the domestic labor market of specialists from among citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic;
— Unreliable identification or information presented;
—Termination of employment or self-employment in the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic;
— Committing acts contrary to the laws of the Kyrgyz Republic.
In the event of a breach by the employer of the order of attraction and use of foreign labor in the Kyrgyz Republic, the Kyrgyz immigration department issues a warning to the employer, with the terms to eliminate detected violations. The default of these requirements or repeated infringements, will result in a canceled or suspended permit for attracting foreign labor, until there is a total elimination of the violations.
- Who are exempted from the requirements to obtain a work permit
The legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic provides for an exhaustive list of persons against who does not apply the requirement to obtain permits. In particular, these include:
— Persons officially recognized as refugees or granted asylum in the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic;
— Persons who have permanent residence in the Kyrgyz Republic;
— Persons responsible for the installation (installation supervision) of process equipment supplied by foreign legal entities;
— Students undergoing practical training in the programs of the Kyrgyz educational institutions, as well as work during the holidays;
— A person working in the diplomatic and consular missions, and international organizations accredited in the Kyrgyz Republic;
— Correspondents and journalists accredited in the Kyrgyz Republic;
— A person for whom there is a defined procedure for employment of interstate and intergovernmental agreements of the Kyrgyz Republic with foreign countries.
- Terms of permits
A work permit for a foreign specialist is issued for one year, with the right to annual renewal.
- Passing a valid permit to another employer
Resolution on the employer cannot be transferred from one employer to another. Foreign workers, who have received permission to work, cannot pass the resolution on the employee to another employee. Foreign workers have the right to work in more than one organization only with additional permits. Foreign individual entrepreneurs that have a Permit to the Employee shall be entitled to carry on business at the place indicated in the submitted application. If a foreign individual entrepreneur wants to engage in business activities in a place not specified in the statement, it is necessary to obtain additional permits.
- Payment for obtaining a work permit
The state duty for Permit for Employer charged by government migration is 4,000 soms. After obtaining permits for the employer, employers wishing to hire foreign workers have to pay for the permit of the employee. The state fee for the issuance of permits for workers to foreign citizens of the EU and Asia member states, with which the Kyrgyz Republic has bilateral or multilateral agreements in the field of labor migration for the mutual preferences, is 1000 soms. The state fee for all other foreign citizens and stateless persons is 2000 soms.
The list of required documents for obtaining a permit to attract and use foreign labor and work permits for foreign citizens and stateless persons to carry out work in the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic, is approved by the head of the State Migration Service for 1 year. (List for 2015 – Appendix №1, 2016 – in the process of review and approval, it will be given later).
According to the above list of required documents, a medical certificate for a blood test for an HIV infection, in accordance with the international standard of the Republican AIDS Center, is provided. A certificate of criminal record is not provided.
Documents for obtaining a permit, to attract and use foreign labor and work permits (personal cards), are accepted in electronic or paper form. Reception of documents is carried out in electronic form using the Internet e-mail services. Each document directed by e-mail must be signed by electronic digital signature of the applicant.
- a) Documents for a permit to attract and use foreign labor force:
- Application to attract and hire foreign labor force on IRS Form (standard pattern);
- Help justification, of the need to attract foreign labor force (with the obligatory indication of the following reliable information: the founders, type, place and period of activity, and the number of involved local Kyrgyz citizens (according to sample));
- Certification of contribution to the tax office of the Kyrgyz Republic;
- Certification of contribution to the Social Fund of the Kyrgyz Republic;
- A letter of guarantee, to provide information to the territorial authorities of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development of the Kyrgyz Republic on the availability of vacancies;
- License for appropriate applications (if licensed activity);
- State registration certificate (notarized copy);
- Authorized staffing.
- b) Documents to obtain a work permit (personal cards):
- Application for a foreign worker on the form (standard pattern);
- About the foreign worker on the form (standard pattern);
- Notarized copies of the translation of a foreign passport with a valid visa (Category I, B 1, B 2, W 1, W 2.) or registration;
- A copy of the diploma (notarized translation) on education (in the field of education, medicine, pharmacy and law);
- A copy of the employer’s employment contract with a foreign worker (with an indication of the period of validity and position);
- Color photo of cards with matt corner on a white background (3×4 size) 2 pcs .;
- Medical certificate of the blood test for HIV – international standard infection (. Republican AIDS Centre in Bishkek Logvinenko Street, 8 crosses the street Bokonbaeva.);
Upon delivery, more than three (3) pieces personal information required, electronic version of the data in tabular form indicating the name of the organization, name of a foreign specialist, date of birth, passport number, nationality and position.
NOTE: If necessary, in the process of decision-making, the inter-ministerial licensing commission may require the applicant to provide additional documents.
Head of International Relations Department of KSTU
Baichekirova Venera Kachkynbaevna
+996 312 54 51 51; +996 312 54 77 59
Contact Information of International Relations Department
Kyrgyz Republic, 720044
Bishkek, Prospect Aitmatov, 66. Cabinet number 1/301
Tel: +996 312 545151; Fax: +996 312 545162
Website: http: //kstu.kg/international/