UT Graduates Can Get Both Russian and Kazakh Diplomas
The University of Tyumen and L. N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University are launching a collaborative Masters' programme entitled “Protection of Human Rights and Business”.
The programme is set to launch in September 2017 with classes alternating between the two universities. Several semesters will be held in Tyumen and several more in Astana. Kazakhstan’s leading university ranks at number 345 in the QS World University Rankings.
This programme is available not only to those who have obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in law, but also to all citizens of Russia and Kazakhstan who have Bachelor’s diploma. While the tuition costs are still being finalized University of Tyumen administrators affirm that they will be comparable to the sum set for other masters in law courses. It is also possible to obtain state-financed awards for this programme.
After completing their coursework, students will take exams in their native country, and upon successful completion of these exams, they will obtain two diplomas.