Dean of foreign students
History of the Faculty for work with foreign students at our University begins in 1983. Since that time, our university became one of the first universities of Kazakhstan, who took 30 international students from Afghanistan, Mongolia, Laos. The first dean of the faculty was assistant professor Iktisamov S.A (1983-1989). In 1985, Almatinsky State Medical Institute enrolled 120 foreigners from 50 countries of the Eastern Mediterranean, South-East and Central Asia, the Western Pacific, Africa and Latin America. After the collapse of the Soviet Union basically taught the citizens of Southeast Asia.
Over the years, the leaders of the dean’s office on work with foreign students Decent Work known scientists, talented organizers, professors and associate professors of the leading departments of the university Professor T.J. Sultanbaev (1989-1991), professor Idrisov A.A. (1991-1995), professor Kamaliev M.A. (1995-2000), Associate Professor Ni Z.N. (2000-2003), Associate Professor NN Ryspekova (2003-2004), associate professor Mustafina K.K. (2004-2013), Associate Professor Ivanchenko N.N. (2013-2015). Each of them made part of his soul, knowledge and experience in improving the system of training of foreign citizens in our university.
For the intellectual, moral and cultural formation of a specialist at the university developed a coherent system of teaching foreign students represented all levels of education.
To adapt to the needs of foreign nationals of high school in 1985, it was established a preparatory office, where they were one year master Russian or Kazakh language, biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, and history of Kazakhstan. The first chief of the preparatory department was Associate Professor Rakhmatullin Y.R. Since 1991, head of the preparatory department was appointed Suleimenova O.Y.; from 1994-1997 he held the position Ospanbekova I.V., a senior lecturer Rakisheva A.S. 1997-1999, 1999-2005 with Vodnev V.P.
In the first year of the preparatory department it was made 50 citizens from Afghanistan, Syria, Nigeria, the Philippines, Chad and Sudan. In 1993, the number of listeners of preparatory branch has increased to 200 people. In 2005, the arrival of foreign citizens in the preparatory department was discontinued and re-opened a preparatory department in 2014 with the arrival of 43 participants from Jordan. At present, the preparatory department heads Malaeva I.E.
Great help deans and heads of departments in the preparatory work with foreign students have tutors and curators.
Today, the university is preparing specialists from foreign citizens for medical institutions in Asia, Europe and Stateы of the near abroad.
The university has about 1,000 students from China, South Korea, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Mongolia, Russia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, India, Turmenstana, Afghanistan, Belarus, Syria, etc. The bulk of them are part of the study in English (about 600 students), 86 students are enrolled at Kazakh language and the rest of the students study in Russian.
For today signed a Memorandum with LP “ADAM Sompany” to attract 50 students from the countries of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Republic of Turkey, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the State of Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, the State of Qatar, Kingdom of Bahrain, the Republic of Iraq, the Republic of Lebanon, Libya, Palestine and the Syrian Arab Republic.
Departments of universities has gained an extensive experience in teaching English, helping the effective implementation of the educational process with students from different countries and Kazakhstan students wishing to study in English. Joint training of students from abroad, and Kazakh students in the English-speaking groups allows foreign students to adapt to the new socio-cultural environment, educational system, to a new language of communication. Initially, the task in front of the university in teaching foreign students, formulated as follows: to prepare competent professionals who, after studying in our university will be in demand in the homeland. It therefore attaches great importance to the creation of favorable conditions for young people in the organic part of educational, cultural, scientific, social life.