KazEU Career Center:
Main function: internships and career assistance to students,
helping employers handpick future staff
Establishing direct links: KazEU-employer, KazEU-student,
833 internship vacancies in 2012/13 from different companies
Employer student grants – Deloitte, Bota Foundation, ATF
career assistance to alumni
Annual KazEU Job fairs:
Twice a year
1 200 participants in 2013: 50% KazEU alumni; 40% students or
graduates of Finance, Accounting and Audit
Almaty mayors office as an institutional partner
More than 70 company-participants in 04.2013 with 833 vacancies
Student CVs database for employers
Employer seminars, presentations, competitions,
Eurasian bank, Centras Insurance, IDEA London Academy,
Ernst&Young, ATF bank, Home Credit bank, Halyk bank, Katko,
Sberbank, Kazcom bank
Department of International Educational Programs –
lectures in English
Economics, Finances, Management, Accounting, International
Annually more than 60 graduates
Up to 10 students study in parallel at the IBS
Up to 5 students study in parallel in Kangnam
University (South Korea)
About 20 students annually study French language
At least 3 weeks internship
Functions closely related to economics, finance,
management, international relations, accounting
Internship = practice of foreign language (English or
Salary, if employer wishes
Recommendation letters, if employer wishes
Further employment, if employer wishes
Internship can take place at any time during the
year, but Spring term is preferable
Employer submits a job description: necessary skills,
time of internship, functions, address, position,
reimbursement conditions etc.
Employer concludes a standard (Kazakh Ministry of
Education and Science) agreement with KazEU
concerning the rules of internship
KazEU tests its students in
Motivation based on motivation letter and interview
KazEU picks out a limited number of students per
each foreign language:
English – 15 students
French – 5 students
These students are guaranteed to be the best
available KazEU students with foreign language
Personalized KazEU adviser for employers/students
= contact point in case of problems
Foreign language problems = language adviser
Program coordinated by the adviser to the Rector =
fast-track decision-making in case of problems
Unsuccessful student = substitute at any time, if
Education: Bachelor studies, World Economy, 2010-14.
Trainings: “Interpress” English courses, “Jungendkurs
Partnersschule: Thuringen” course in Germany, Goethe Institute
German courses, DAMU “Business adviser” course.
Philip Morris Kazakhstan – internship
DAMU Research Group – specialist for marketing research
Goldenhills Hotel and SPA Almaty – receptionist
Foreign languages: English, German, French
Computer skills: MS Office, Outlook, Internet.
Leisure: snowboard, travels.
2012-13: master studies, International Relations.
2008-12: Bachelor studies, International Relations, cum laude.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, Department of Consular
Service – internship.
“Khabar” TV channel – out-of-staff translator.
Languages: Russian, Kazakh, English, French (level B2.1)
Computer skills: MS Office, Internet, good typing skills.
“Blank sheets of paper” that you can write your story
Most motivated KazEU students
Motivated to learn
Motivated to work
Motivated to speak English/French
A la carte services from KazEU