EU Scholarship Recipients from Afghanistan Begin Their Studies in Kazakh University

Ten recipients of the scholarships funded by the European Union (EU) from Afghanistan are set to start their online English language classes at the Almaty Management University (AlmaU) Language School, the press service of the EU Delegation in Kazakhstan reported.

Upon completion, they will study mining at the Kazakh-British Technical University (KBTU).

In 2019, the EU, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Kazakhstan launched an education program to train several dozen Afghan women in Kazakh universities over the next six years.

The project runs as part of the $2.4 million grant provided by the EU to support Afghan women. Overall, 50 women will receive higher, technical and vocational education at Kazakh and Uzbek universities by 2025.
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As part of the project, 30 Afghan women, who started their language training in October 2019, are currently studying agriculture, finance and mining online at the Satbayev University, the Kazakh-British Technical University and the Kazakh National Agrarian University.

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