Short information and structure of KSTU named after I. Razzakov

Responding to the challenges of the time that require immediate action, we decided to choose the path of active integration into the global educational and scientific space, the path of implementing long-term projects to revive and expand international cooperation with leading technical universities in the near and far abroad, allowing us to solve the above problems and enter a new trajectory university development. In fact, having joined the process of globalization in the field of higher technical education, KSTU, like our partners, is far from blindly imitating newfangled trends. For example, gradually introducing the Bologna Declaration and other educational technologies, we are guided, first of all, by the main goal - improving the quality of the educational process, developing independent thinking among students. Today, computer and blank testing in all subjects allows assessing the real knowledge of students and the quality of teaching. The electronic library created jointly with European partners, the Department for Quality Management bear fruit. The dynamics of the development of international cooperation over the past four years pleases and inspires.

This is the creation of the Kyrgyz-German Technical Institute together with the Berlin Technical University of Applied Sciences. The graduation of the first bachelors of KSTI took place in 2008, now there is a joint preparation of master's programs with the issuance of a "double" diploma. A pilot project for PhD training has begun.

This is the creation of the faculty \”MPEI-KSTU\” together with the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University), the creation of a Distance Learning Center together with the East Kazakhstan State Technical University named after D. Serikbaev also with the issuance of “two diplomas.

This is the implementation, together with the University of Nice-Sophia-Antipolis (France) and other European partners, of a project to create a structural cooperative network, which, starting from 2007, gradually links the country's major university libraries.

This is an integration with the International Society for Engineering Education (IGIP). Reliable partners in cooperation with KSTU are the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, MSTU. N.E. Bauman, Moscow State University of Printing, Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics, Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, Moscow Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation, Magnitogorsk State Technical University named after Nosov, Tomsk Polytechnic University, Ryazan State Radio Engineering University, Kazan Power Engineering University, as well as technical