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  • Tray, Dennis (2016)
    Most students of international development are familiar with the term “middleincome trap,” which refers to the penchant for countries to reach middle-income status and then stagnate1. In this short note I am proposing a ...
  • Zhussupbekov, Abay (GSE; EURASIAN HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERS’ FORUM 2016, 2016)
    This paper discusses MOOCs as a trend in higher education 1. It starts with a brief discussion of the history and role of MOOCs in changing the future of education. It then focuses on implications of online open courses ...
  • Kuzhabekova, Aliya; Lee, Jack; Amangazy, Magzhan (2016)
    The purpose of this study is to examine the extent to which international faculty in a non-Western country align their research output to the research priorities determined by the government. To address the research ...
  • Tazabek, Sholpan (2016)
    Internationalization of higher education has become an ever-increasing imperative of a modern society. Mainly led by theories of globalization and knowledge economy discourse, internationalization is reshaping the ...
  • Klafter, Joseph (2016)
    Despite being one of the youngest research institutions in Israel, at 60 years old, Tel Aviv University is the biggest, with 30,000 students. Almost half of the student body is at the master’s or doctoral level. It is ...
  • Ibatov, Marat; Biryukov, Valeriy; Zhaxybayeva, Gulnar; Mussina, Gulnaz (2016)
    This paper discusses challenges of developing entrepreneurial universities and their crucial role in building intellectual capital of the nation. Entrepreneurial universities position themselves not only as academic ...
  • Kozhakhmetov, Assylbek; Nikiforova, Nina; Maralbayeva, Sholpan (2016)
    This paper examines issues of developing an entrepreneurial ecosystem at higher education institutions in the context of Kazakhstan. Authors consider the entrepreneurial university as a system that has its own infrastructure ...
  • PREFACE 
    Kurakbayev, Kairat; Sagintayeva, Aida (2016)
    Chapters presented in these proceedings shed light on global and local nuance of developing academic entrepreneurship. The authors invite the reader to take part in the discussion of eminent challenges and reflect on ...
  • Hartley, Matthew (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015-06)
    Over the several years I have led a research team from the University of Pennsylvania and Nazarbayev University along with my co-principal investigator from Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, Dr. Aida ...
  • Sagintayeva, A. (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015-06)
    At the end of the first day of the Forum, I hope we may come to an agreement that employability is an increasingly relevant performance indicator for universities. Traditionally the expectation has been that universities ...
  • Sarinzhipov, Aslan (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015)
    I would like to welcome you once again in Astana at Nazarbayev University at this important event and a good tradition of annual meetings of national and international experts in the field of education – the fourth Eurasian ...
  • Hayward, Geoff (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015-06)
    There is now general agreement that high quality primary education is a key component of economic success in a globalizing knowledge economy. High quality general secondary education also seems essential for economic growth ...
  • Bridges, David (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015-06-11)
    This short presentation commented on three issues relating to students’ transition from school to higher education: selection; curriculum and teacher training. In all cases the observations point towards the crucial ...
  • Kassim-Lakha, Shamsh (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015-06)
    My presentation basically will follow the outline. Why should universities respond to the job market? What are the implications for future jobs and higher education? Higher education in Central Asia and the market demand. ...
  • Mambetkaziyev, Yerezhep (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015)
    In his national address “Nurly Zhol”, President Nursultan Nazarbayev reiterated the need to achieve the quality of education that can affect the whole future destiny of the country. Undoubtedly, over the years of independence, ...
  • Gazaliyev, Arstan; Pak, Yuri (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015)
    This paper discusses issues of developing national and branch frameworks of qualifications. It provides ways of overcoming the existing gap between requirements of the labour market and employee’s competences. It also ...
  • O’Donnell, Loretta (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015)
    Universities are increasingly aware that graduate employment is a critical measure of success, scrutinized by students, graduates, parents and employers. In this context, graduate employment incorporates students who become ...
  • Miller, Tim (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015)
    The reason my first piece of guidance is to plan your career and seek advice is because that is what worked for me. When I was in high school and thinking about what I would like to so one day, I thought it would be great ...
  • Salmi, Jamil (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015-06-11)
  • Akdeniz, Alper (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2015)
    Our theme for this plenary session; Perceptions of Employability, Skills and Individual aspiration in a diversifying economy, is certainly a very interesting and important topic which deserves reflection.

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