University

All over the world universities are associated with scientific development, getting an education, prestigious profession, successful career, stability and high quality of life. The Innovative University of Eurasia has gained the image of precisely this type of educational institution in the course of the years of the activity.

Today the Innovative University of Eurasia has entered the top five accredited higher education institutions of Kazakhstan. The university has passed the state attestation, review from national institutional accreditation of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan and international accreditation panels. According to the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications Concerning Higher Education in the European Region the accredited higher educational institutions, diplomas are recognized in more than 50 countries of the world. InUE is a member of the Great Charter of universities in Europe.

InUE is one of the largest multidisciplinary universities in the Republic of Kazakhstan offering educations in 55 majors including economics, law, technical, natural and scientific and humane areas.

The mode of study is full-time or part-time enrollment. University lessons are given in the Kazakh, Russian and English languages.


To the extent of the Bologna Process the implementation of the credit technology of education became the priority direction for inoculation of the European Norm of quality of education in InUE.

More than 10 thousand students study at the university, including those students who study with the support of government educational scholarships, scholarships from Kazakhstan and foreign businessmen and representatives of local administration in the Pavlodar region. The best students of InUE are awarded a scholarship from the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

At the present time, the Innovative University of Eurasia is an entrepreneurial university where qualities, such as an initiative and aspiration to leadership are developed in the students.