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Higher Education Reform & Development: The case of Kazakhstan
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Chloe Gayer-Anderson.
This seminar introduces a forthcoming book edited by Matt Hartley and Alan Ruby and published by Cambridge University Press. It draws together many years work by scholars,researchers and practitioners that began with some consultancy work on a national human development strategy for Kazakhstan. This led to some advisory work on the basic legal and academic architecture to establish a new university in Astana, which turned into Nazarbayev University, a highly selective research oriented English language institution with a number of international partners. Those partners include Cambridge and the University of Pennsylvania and the relationships established in those first years of co-operative endeavor continue.
This talk is part of the Kazakhstan Programme Research Seminar Series series.
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