ACADEMIC MOBILITY AS THE SOURCE OF SCIENTIFIC-EDUCATIONAL COOPERATION

Gulnar Asanova, Kussaiyn Ryssaldy

Abstract


The given article states out the essence of international exchange programs, benefits and drawbacks, solutions to be taken to make the exchange programs more effective and acceptable for everybody on the experiences of Kazakh Ablai khan University of International Relations and World Languages’ students, academic staff. There were 55 participants who took part in questionnaire, 20 students on the specialties of bachelor’s degree, 10 former students who gained master’s degree in other countries, 10 PhD doctoral degree students, and 15 academic stuff members. In the form of questionnaire, we collected and analyzed the participants’ answers to clarify the importance of the academic mobility and suggested the ways to improve the international programs. The study results showed that there are many pros of the international exchange programs than cons; otherwise there are things to be ameliorated. We concluded that the role of the international exchange programs is great, they do not only satisfy the needs of one country or nation, but the other needs. It is a two-way and complex process in scientific-educational system.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/cbup.v1.31

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