International partnership

The Sector for International Partnership is committed to development and promotion of strategic international partnerships with professional schools and entities across all areas of the Academy key operations.

We do this via:

  • identification, coordination and analytical monitoring of international strategic partnerships of the Academy
  • extending opportunities, i.e., identifying and implementing grant programmes (scholarships for study at the Academy, academic exchange and professional development)
  • attracting and involving international experts
  • organisation and participation in protocol events, conferences, meetings, talks and negotiations with international partners
  • coordination of the Committee for international partnership

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Erasmus+ Capacity building project

Developing services for Individuals with Disabilities [DECIDE].

DECIDE  aims to foster the rights of individuals with special needs to access education and enjoy the right of participation in everyday society, to combat discrimination of the individuals with special needs by instilling awareness and acceptance in society as in line with Bologna Process and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Objective of DECIDE

The objective of the project lay in three strand implementation of a comprehensive sustainable curriculum in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan for following target groups:

  • Teacher Trainer Educators and Lecturers (Universities)
  • Government & State Employee & Policymakers (Public Administration Educators);
  • NGO (Non-university Educators).

Outputs and outcomes of DECIDE

Training program, constructed from 8 modules (special needs introductory (practical) modules and special needs advanced modules) embedded in curricula of universities, public administration institutes and in special needs NGOs to ensure maximum transfer effect to society at large.

The Access Liaison Officer role will be developed and established at each institution to promote disability access.

National Special Needs Awareness Day will be established by the nationally strategic Action Groups comprised of universities, public administration institutes, Ministries and NGOs.

European partners:

Transilvania University of Brasov (Romania),

Middlesex University (United Kingdom),

Limerick Institute of Technology (Ireland),

Technical University of Dresden (Germany),

University of Crete (Greece)

Grant holder: Transilvania University of Brasov (Romania)

Project implementation period: 2018-2021


Project manager

Baurzhan Bokayev

PhD, Master of Public Administration,

Director of the National School of Public Policy

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Karybzhanova Madina

International Partnership sector leading expert

B.S.S. International Relations and Peace Studies

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Disclaimer: The project is co-financed by the European Commission. However the content of the website reflects the views only of the university, and the Commission




Foreign institutions:

1. École nationale d’administration, France
2. École nationale de la Magistrature, France
3. Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
4. London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
5. Diplomatic Academy Vienna, Austria
6. DBB Academy, Germany
7. Masaryk University, Czech Republic
8. Bocconi University, Italy
9. Estonian School of Diplomacy
10. Tartu University, Estonia
11. The Federal Institute for Civil Servants Training (FEI), USA
12. Syracuse University, USA
13. Rio Branco Institute of the Ministry of External Relations of Brazil
14. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
15. School of Public Policy and Management under the Korea Development Institute (KDI School)
16. Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy – NUS
17. Singapore Civil Service College
18. Shanghai University for Political Science and Law
19. Nazarbayev University
20. University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
21. Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government
22. «Samruk Kazyna» Corporate University
23. International Anti-Corruption Academy


1. The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), Russia
2. Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Belarus
3. Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic
4. The State Personnel Service of the Kyrgyz Republic
5. Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan
6. Institute for Advanced Training of Civil Servants of the Tajikistan Republic
7. Civil Service Agency of the Tajikistan Republic
8. Academy of State and Social Construction under the President of the Uzbekistan Republic
9. Ministry of Higher Education of Afghanistan
10. Civil service council of Mongolia
11. National Academy for Public Administration under the President of Ukraine
12. Diplomatic Academy of MFA of Ukraine

International organizations:

1. Hanns Seidel Foundation, Germany
2. United Nations Development Programme
3. Regional Hub of Civil Service in Astana
4. Total E&P, France
5. Erasmus fund, Belgium
6. British Council
7. Senior Experts Service, Germany
8. Indonesian corruption watch
9. Project Managers of the Republic of Kazakhstan Alliance
10. AXELOS SPOCE Project Management Limited, Great Britain
11. Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU), Malaysia