ACADEMIC MOBILITY

Academic mobility is an opportunity to form your own educational trajectory yourself. In other words, within the framework of educational standards, choose disciplines, courses, educational institutions in accordance with their own direction, abilities and aspirations

         The goals of academic mobility of KazAST are training, exchange of experience, improvement of the quality of scientific research, transformation in the academic environment and study of the culture and traditions of other countries.

         Academic mobility can be carried out in three main directions:

  • Intraurban mobility, which involves the choice of different training courses in different universities within the same city
  • Inside Kazakhstan mobility
  • International mobility

Mobility

2013 – National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health. P.F. Lesgaft (St. Petersburg, Russia), 3rd year students, training during the academic semester, the duration of training – from March 9 to July 20 this year.

2014 – Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, Youth (Moscow, Russia), 3rd year students, from March 3 to July 20, 2014.

2015 – Lithuanian Sports University (Kaunas), 1st year, from 2 February to 26 June 2015.

2016 – National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health. P.F. Lesgaft (St. Petersburg, Russia), 2 year, from January 18 to the present.

Scientific internship of undergraduates.

In accordance with the agreements on international cooperation, the undergraduates of the Academy in the specialty 6M010800 – Physical Culture and Sport, passed a foreign scientific internship during 2015:

– in the Volga State Academy of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism (RF, Kazan) – 16 master students,

– in the Kyrgyz State Academy of Physical Culture and Sports (Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek) – 13,

– in the Siberian State University of Physical Culture and Sports (RF, Omsk) – 5,

– in the Mongolian National Institute of Physical Culture – 1,

– in the Academy of “Athletes in Action” (USA, Ohio, Xenia) – 1,

– in the Tajik Institute of Physical Culture – 1,

– at the Metropolitan University of Physical Education and Sports (China) – 1,

– in the Federation of Kekushinkai Karate (Japan, Tokyo, Chibo) – 2.

Attraction of foreign scientists for lecturing.

In the framework of academic mobility, foreign highly qualified specialists in the field of physical culture, sports and sports medicine were invited:

Atsushi Agihara, Professor, Doctor of PhD at the Japanese University of Waseda – a course of lectures on the problems of physical education and public health;

Wang Zipu, Professor of the Beijing Capital Institute of Physical Culture – a course of lectures on the development of physical culture and sports industry in China;

 Platonov Vladimir Nikolaevich, Ph.D., Academician of the National University of Physical Education and Sports of Ukraine, Kiev – a course of lectures on the problems of Olympic sports and sports of higher achievements;

Bulatova Maria Mikhailovna, Ph.D., Professor, Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine, President of the Olympic Academy of Ukraine. National University of Physical Education and Sports of Ukraine, Kiev – a course of lectures on the problems of the Olympic movement, national systems of physical education, the peculiarities of playing sports in different climatic conditions;

Sopov Vladimir Fedorovich, Professor, Head of the Department of Psychology of the Russian State University of Physical Education, Sports, Youth and Tourism, President of the Regional Community of Russian Sports Psychologists – a course in lectures on sports psychology;

Egle Kemeryte – Riaubiene, Ph.D., Professor of the Lithuanian University of Edukology (Lithuania, Vilnius) – a course of lectures on “Physiology of Sports”;

Kolev Nikolai Nedkov, Ph.D., Professor of the National Sports Academy. Vasil Levski (Bulgaria, Sofia) – a course of lectures on “Theory of Sport”;

Levshin Igor Viktorovich, doctor, professor of the National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health. P.F. Lesgaft (Russia, St. Petersburg) – a course of lectures on the subject “Sports Physiology”;

 Chin Ming Kai Paul, PhD, professor from the USA – a course of lectures on “Theory of Sport”;

 Victor Yudin, doctor PhD, professor from the USA – a course of lectures on sport of higher achievements;

 Almaz Tolembekov, PhD, professor from Canada – a course of lectures on management in physical culture and sports.

MATERIAL AND TECHNICAL BASE OF THE ACADEMY

An important factor in ensuring the quality of education and guaranteeing sustainable development is the continuous improvement of the material, technological and information resources of KazAST. The Academy has created all the necessary conditions for training and improving athletic skills, conducting scientific research, publishing research results for PPS, undergraduates, students and employees.

The educational process at the academy is carried out in the main educational building, where there are ten gyms, one dining room, two stadiums, as well as in the educational and hotel complex. For residence of nonresident students, the Academy has a hostel with 320 seats, a total area of 2552.6 square meters. The number of classrooms is 76, the number of laboratories is 1. The total area of buildings and structures in the Academy is 29,871 square kilometers. M.

In the main educational building there are 10 lecture halls, 46 lecture rooms for practical and seminar classes, 5 computer classes, 3 reading rooms, 1 electronic reading room, 2 lecture rooms and 4 lecture rooms equipped with interactive whiteboards and projectors.

Indicators of the state of the auditor fund and the provision of sports equipment meet the regulatory requirements and conditions of quality provided by the Academy of Educational Services. All departments are equipped with the latest laptops with high performance and mobile projectors.

The local area network (LAN) is a modern high-speed, high-performance structure with more than 6 km of a network cable of the 6th category with a data rate of up to 2 Gbit / s intra-local. The speed of Internet connection is 35 Mbps.

The computer science park of the Academy totals 253 units of equipment. 130 personal computers and laptops operate on the basis of Intel i3 and i5 processors of the latest generation and are used to support the work of teaching staff and students.

Thus, over the past 5 years, there has been an increase in the provision of the educational process with computer equipment, which is associated with the opening of specialized offices, access to the Internet.

         The library of the university has a total area of 164.7 square meters of reading halls, including: a student hall – for 58 seats, for PPS – for 20 seats, a reading room №3 for 22 seats, an office for undergraduates and doctoral students – 12 seats, internet hall – 40 seats. The total capacity of the reading rooms of the Academy today is 182 seats. In addition, an agreement was concluded for information and library services with the library of the ASU, which have reading rooms for 450 seats.