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The Cambridge University Kazakh Society was established in October 2007 and was officially registered with the University of Cambridge in December 2007.
Although we are a really fresh Society, we have already managed to participate in some events and give a great presentation of our now-glorious country Kazakhstan. The Society has a highly responsible and cheerful committee consisting of people highly interested in the future of the Kazakhstan and its people.
The Society’s objectives are the support, development, improvement and promotion of the interest in, and the knowledge and study of, the Arts, History, Politics, Science, Languages and Cultures of Kazakhstan, and furthering the integration of native speakers from that country, in the University of Cambridge.
Membership: £5 (please obtain on the events we organise, or request by email).
Membership gives you great benefits getting discounts when attending events organised by the CU Kazakh Society.
In order to subscribe for the Kazakh Society’s mailing list please visit: https://lists.cam.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/soc-cukazaks-members. Being on the list brings you a really good opportunity to be informed about the events and other Society information.
Contact email: info[replace by @]kazakhcambridge.org.uk
If you have a question about this list, please contact: Ruslan Kudubayev. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.
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