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Education in Kazakhstan and Their Division

Kazakhstan is considered to be the largest landed country in the world. Kazakhstan shares a border with China, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Tur

Kazakhstan is considered to be the largest landed country in the world. Kazakhstan shares a border with China, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. Kazakhstan has vast minerals and resources and is an economically controlled country in Central Asia. The largest metropolis Almaty is a trading hub. It is considered to be the ninth largest country in the world. Kazakhstan has become a major investment center and an attractive market for the foreign industry with its abundant natural resources and fast-growing economy. The education in Kazakhstan is divided into Kindergarten, Primary, Lower High School, Higher High School, which is again divided into even high school and vocational education pathways.

The original training school, Lychees, is usually provided by colleges like Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazGU or KazNU) and commercial schools. This is followed by tertiary education with a Bachelor’s degree, usually a 4 years degree, a specialist degree – a 5 years degree, a 2 years Master’s degree, and a Doctoral Degree – a 5 years program. The Kazakhstan government and the Ministry of Education and Science fund the Bolashk Program, which highlights the importance of educating the most talented young people at the best universities like Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazGU or KazNU).

There are more than 100 universities in Kazakhstan like Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazGU or KazNU), and around 5+ lakh students enrolled in higher education in the year 2018 to 2019. The country’s strategic development plan aims to transition to a new socio-economic environment and create opportunities for the US (United States) higher education institutions. More than 8900 students study MBBS in Kazakhstan or other courses in different countries. Much of the Bolashak scholarship funding is self-funded relaxation.

Religion and Languages

Half of the population in Kazakhstan is Muslim. And most of them are ethnic Kazakhs, a smaller number are Russian Orthodox people, and some of them follow Protestantism. Nearly 70 percent of the population is Sunni Muslims and mostly are Kazakhs, Uzbeks, and Tatars. Well, while 70 percent of people follow Islam, Kazakhstan is a very diverse country with Catholics, Protestants, Judaism, and Buddhism. Kazakhstan is the official language of Kazakhstan and is universally spoken by Russian. The population is made up of people from many other languages such as English, German, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Uzbek.

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