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MISSION OF KazGASA is to provide the preparation of highly-qualified specialists, to give the opportunity to students to get education of all levels, to prepare highly intellectual broad-minded personalities who are able to to find their places in the society and in rapidly changing world.  KazGASA is aimingto give to its students not only good knowledge, but also to grow feelings of civil responsibility, patriotism and internationalism. This corresponds to the governmental policy of stability and mutual understanding between people of all nationalities, cultures and confessions.

One of the targets of educational policy of the Academy is growing up in students  understanding of principles of social and natural development, establishment of personal characteristics such as honesty, decency, and respect to seniors, goodwill and sociability.   This is supported by as well as educational programs and also by students organizations, clubs and centers also involving students in extracurricular, scientific, social, cultural and sport activity. Coaching of teachers (Advisor’s Institute), encouragement of  older students play a great role.

KazGASA aims to unify educational programs in accordance with approved standards of the leading universities in countries near and far abroad. Credit system of education has been implemented and it allows students to integrate into the world of education space and to continue education abroad, it helps to accredit diploma of graduates all over the world. In the same direction KazGASA actively develops its international relationships.

The Academy provides equal opportunities for getting education both for citizens of Kazakhstan and for foreign citizens, education in native language for representatives of foreign Kazakh diaspora  communities enrolled on the basis of international governmental and interacademic agreements and contracts.