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Educational Integration For Post-Graduate Training (Pgt) Systems In The Field Of Nanotechnology: The Case Of Kazakhstan



    (National Technical University, Kazakhstan)


    (National Technical University, Kazakhstan)

  • Pierre CHABAL

    (Université du Havre, France)


The aim of the research is to develop the theoretical and methodological bases for the educational preparation and integration of Master’s and PhD students in the field of science-intensive industries (nanotechnology in particular). The phenomenon of educational integration is caused by global tendencies in the development of knowledge and technology as a whole. As nanotechnology is not a prerogative sphere of a single State but rather a field for humanity, both the training of specialists and their integration in this field are not only relevant but inevitable. Solving the task for the Kazakhstani system of postgraduate training, orientated at integration, would allow Kazakhstan to narrow the gap with international-level education in this sphere. Moreover, a new type of mindset with a greater ability to adapt to ever-changing trends could be achieved. Enriching itself with new knowledge, participation in solving global scientific problems and creating new scientific and educational products based on integration would become the concrete objective of Kazakhstan’s postgraduate training system. The theoretical basis of integration processes occurring between the subjects of integration in PGT system rests upon the analysis of this particular type of integration.

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  • Nelya SHAMELKHANOVA & Gulnara SARSENBAYEVA & Pierre CHABAL, 2013. "Educational Integration For Post-Graduate Training (Pgt) Systems In The Field Of Nanotechnology: The Case Of Kazakhstan," Public Administration and Reginal Studies, "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati, Faculty of Juridical, Social and Political Sciences, issue 1, pages 5-22.
  • Handle: RePEc:ddj:parsro:y:2013:i:1:p:5-22

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