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about double degree programs


Double-degree program (DDP) is the possibility of parallel training in two (or more) universities under a joint educational program with the subsequent receipt of diplomas of the relevant educational institutions.

Benefits of the DD program:

- international experience;

- job prospects after graduation;

- mastering progressive knowledge from leading teachers of partner universities;

- obtaining 2 diplomas (Ualikhanov University + partner university).

Conditions of education:

- good academic record;

- fluency in a foreign language;

- the interest of students in obtaining education at a foreign partner university;

- financial sustainability of training programs.

Foreign partners for double degree programs:


Baltic International Academy (Riga, Latvia);

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Educational programs:

1) Private law (Master's program);

2) Organization of tourism business. Communication management in the leisure and entertainment industry (Master's program).


University of Library Studies and Information Technologies

(Sofia, Bulgaria);





Educational programs:

1) Administration, management and protection of computer systems and networks in enterprises (Bachelor’s program);

2) Administration, management and protection of computer systems and networks in enterprises (Master’s program)

Dostoevsky Omsk State University (Omsk, Russian Federation)


Educational programs:

1) Methods of teaching foreign languages (Master's program);

2) Programming and information technologies (Master's program);

3) Organic chemistry (Master's program);

4) Organizational psychology (Master's program);

5) Mathematical modeling (Master's program).


Tomsk State University (Tomsk, Russia)



Educational programs:

1) Environmental protection (Master's program)

Language of instruction: Russian, English

Program Result: Diplomas of established standards for the award of an academic degree and transcripts from each partner university

For more information, contact office 212, Main Campus;

Phone for information: +7 (7162) 72 11 22, 8 708 444 24 16