Legal successor to the Kazakh leading architecture and civil engineering academy and the Kazakh-American University

Mission

Generation and implementation of the world's best educational standards, technologies and innovative competitive educational programs in the national educational system based on the integration of science, education and production. Advanced training of professionals focused on leadership and aimed at industrial and innovative development of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The IEC trains specialists in higher and postgraduate education programs (bachelor's, master's, PhD studies) on the credit technology of education. Much attention is paid to the student-centered approach in teaching, based on the development of students' abilities for self-expression and self-education through a free choice of academic disciplines and educational trajectories, while taking into account the system of organization of the educational process and the volume and quality of knowledge acquired.
The academic policy of the IEC defines a system of measures, rules, and procedures for planning and managing educational activities and effectively organizing the educational process aimed at implementing the State Program for the Development of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The academic policy is based on the principles of respect for the student's personality, the status of a teacher, academic freedoms, tolerance, mutual respect, and transparency of the educational process system.
The Academic Policy takes into account and promotes the principles of academic integrity. The policy regulates the commitment of the university and all stakeholders to the principles of academic integrity in the educational, scientific, methodological, and practical activities of a higher educational institution.

ACADEMIC POLICY OF THE IEC

Academic policy

General provisions
1. The IЕC trains specialists in the programs of higher and postgraduate education (bachelor's, master's, and PhD studies) on credit technology of education. Much attention is paid to the student-centered approach in teaching, based on the development of students' abilities for self-expression and self-education through a free choice of academic disciplines and educational trajectories, while taking into account the system of organization of the educational process, the volume, and quality of knowledge acquired.
The academic policy of the IЕC defines a system of measures, rules, and procedures for planning and managing educational activities and effective organization of the educational process aimed at implementing the State Program for the Development of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The academic policy is based on the principles of respect for the student's personality, the status of a teacher, academic freedoms, tolerance, mutual respect, transparency of the educational process system. The Academic Policy takes into account and promotes the principles of academic integrity, the policy regulates the commitment of the university and all stakeholders to the principles of academic integrity in the educational, scientific, methodological, practical activities of a higher educational institution.
The academic policy is drawn up taking into account and on the basis of the state, international academic, and strategic documents.

2. Academic policy is determined by the mission of the university:
- Generation and implementation of the world's best educational standards and technologies in the national educational system based on the integration of education, science, and production;
- Advanced training of professionals focused on leadership and aimed at industrial and innovative development of the Republic of Kazakhstan. As well as his vision as a Eurasian center of education and science in the field of art, architecture, design, construction, as well as an innovative and creative university in the field of creating an optimal environment for the society.
The academic policy is based on the values of the IЕC:
1. The principles of unity of tradition and innovation, art and science.
2. Corporate spirit, cohesion, trust, openness, sociability, the struggle for image and reputation.
3. Priorities of national and universal values.
4. Formation of the human capital of Kazakhstan, a creative personality in the field of architecture and construction.
The academic policy is aimed at achieving the strategic goals of the IЕC:
1. Improving the competitiveness of graduates in the global labor market.
2. Development of research activities of the university with the active introduction of all modern scientific achievements in the educational process and production.
3. Human resource management and personnel policy.
4. The provision of highly qualified language training against the background of globalization of education.
The main task of Academic policy is to create the necessary conditions for students to receive a quality education in their chosen specialty, while all processes are directed to the formation, development and professional formation of a personality based on national and universal values, achievements of science and practice.


3. The Academic Policy has been developed in accordance with the following fundamental legal documents:
1) Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 27, 2007, No. 319-III "On Education";
2) Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated August 23, 2012 No. 1080 "On approval of the state-mandated standards of education of the relevant levels of education";
3) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 30, 2018 No. 595 "Model rules for the activities of educational organizations implementing educational programs of higher and (or) postgraduate education";
4) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 31, 2018 No. 600 "On approval of Standard rules for admission to educational organizations implementing educational programs of higher and postgraduate education";
5) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated October 13, 2018 No. 569 "On approval of the Classifier of training areas with higher and postgraduate education";
6) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated April 20, 2011 No. 152 "Rules for the organization of the educational process on credit technology of education";
7) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated June 17, 2015 No. 391 "On approval of qualification requirements for educational activities and a list of documents confirming compliance with them";
8) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated November 19, 2008 No. 613 "On approval of the Rules of direction for studying abroad, including within the framework of academic mobility";
9) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated January 28, 2015 No. 39 "On approval of types and forms of state-issued education documents and Rules for their issuance";
10) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated November 29, 2007 No. 583 "On approval of the rules for the organization and implementation of educational and methodological and scientific-methodical work";
11) Order of the Acting Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 21, 2007 No. 644 "On approval of the Standard Rules of the methodical (educational, methodological, scientific and methodological) Council and the procedure for its election";
12) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated June 16, 2008 No. 353 "On measures to improve educational and methodological work in the system of higher and postgraduate education";
13) "State Program for the Development of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2020-2025";
14) Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 27, 2017 No. 827 "State Program "Digital Kazakhstan"";
15) Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated March 14, 2020 No. 108 "On strengthening measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection in educational institutions, organizations for orphans and children left without parental care for the period of the pandemic".
The history of the formation of the IЕC
The university traces its history back to 1957, when the first group of students was admitted to the Kazakh Polytechnic Institute for the specialty "Industrial and Civil Engineering". In 1961, recruitment for the specialty "Architecture" was carried out and the corresponding faculties were formed: construction, architecture and sanitary engineering. In 1980, on the basis of these faculties and the Alma-Ata branch of the All-Union Correspondence Engineering Institute, the Alma-Ata Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering (AIACE) was opened.
Serekpek Mukashevich Baibolov, an experienced organizer, a major manufacturer, builder, Doctor of Technical Sciences, was appointed the first rector of AIACE.
In 1987, Pavel Alexandrovich Atrushkevich became the rector of AASI. Under his leadership, the Institute was the first among the universities of Kazakhstan to be certified and accredited in 1991. In 1992, AASI has renamed the Kazakh State Academy of Architecture and Construction (KazGASA).
In 2000, Amirlan Aidarbekovich Kusainov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Honorary Member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, full member of the American Society of Engineers and Builders and the International Association for Soil Mechanics, Foundations and Foundation Engineering, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Higher School of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Academician of the International Engineering Academy, foreign academician of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences (RAASN) – scientist, teacher, innovator was appointed Rector. In 2001, the Kazakh State Academy of Architecture and Construction has renamed the Kazakh Head Architectural and Construction Academy (KazGASA).
KazGASA is a leading university in Kazakhstan, a recognized scientific and educational center in the Central Asian region, one of the first to pass all stages of the introduction of a credit system of education. For the first time among the universities of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Board of Trustees, the Board of Customers and expert commissions on specialties, the Laboratory of Educology, the Association of Graduates of Architectural and Construction Specialties (AVASS), etc. have been created.
AASI-KazGASA is the first specialized university in the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of architecture and construction and, to date, as a basic methodological center, has a huge impact on the development of educational programs in Kazakhstan.
In 2007, he passed the international accreditation in the specialty "Architecture" in UNESCO-ISA (confirmed in 2011). Since 2009, International Festivals of Architecture and Construction Schools of Eurasia have been regularly held under the chairmanship of KazGASA.
The Kazakh-American University (KAU) was created on the basis of the synthesis of programs of American and Kazakh universities under articulation agreements, with the aim of teaching undergraduate courses in English. The idea belonged to the founder of the university – Amirlan Aidarbekovich Kusainov. September 12, 1997 – the date of formation of the university.
KAU was a unique institution synthesizing the best traditions of the Soviet and American educational systems. Since the foundation of the KAU, elements of the credit system have been present in the educational process. The experience of the Kazakh-American University was taken into account when drawing up the Rules of the credit system of education, approved by the order of the Ministry of Education and Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan in 2005. KAU is the first university to introduce the so-called "comments– - monthly reports of teachers on the student's progress and behavior in front of his parents. At the same time, they began to conduct a Feedback survey of students about the quality of each teacher's classes. KAU actively introduced new system, technological, managerial and social programs. Since 1997, the university, one of the first among the universities of the Republic of Kazakhstan, has introduced the process of separating students' education and monitoring (evaluating) their knowledge; a multi-point letter system of the level of training; an innovative system of remuneration; Hand-outs (active handout); the concept of trilingualism in teaching; universal criteria for a comprehensive assessment of language proficiency; a trilingual glossary; protection of diploma projects (works) in English.
The Kazakh Head Architectural and Construction Academy (KazGASA, year of creation - 1980) and the Kazakh-American University (KAU, year of creation – 1997) in 2007 established an International Educational Corporation in the form of a university as a single educational, scientific and production complex combining educational, scientific, production and other units with the status of a legal entity (The Charter was approved by the decision of the general meeting of the founders of the IEC Protocol No. 1 dated 07.12.2006).
In July 2009, in the process of reorganization, the IOC was registered with the Department of Justice of Almaty as a Joint-Stock Company (certificate of state registration 98672-1910-JSC dated July 02, 2009). In 2014, the IEC successfully passed the State certification for the right to conduct educational activities for a period of 5 years (Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated 19.12.2014 No. 1894) in 16 specialties of higher education (bachelor's degree), 9 specialties of master's degree, 5 specialties of doctoral studies. In 2015, institutional and specialized accreditation in the Independent Kazakhstan Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NCAOKO).
In 2017, the 20th anniversary of the opening of the KAU and the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Faculty of Design were celebrated. In 2018, on the basis of the IEC, an anniversary meeting of the Educational and Methodological Association of the Republican Educational and Methodological Council of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan was held on the specialties of architectural, construction and design profiles - 30 years in the USSR and 25 years in the Republic of Kazakhstan. In 2019, according to the results of the rating of educational programs of universities of NCE RK "Atameken", the IOC occupies a leading position in 8 educational programs.
Today the IEC:
- a multidisciplinary university that provides training in 10 areas of bachelor's degree (32 educational programs), 4 areas of master's degree (9 educational programs) and 3 areas of doctoral studies (6 educational programs);
- the largest specialized university in Kazakhstan in the field of architecture and construction, which heads the UMO on its base and coordinates the work of faculties and departments in 41 universities of Kazakhstan; - the first university in the world to be accredited by the UNESCOMS Commission; - the first university in Kazakhstan to introduce a credit system of education;
- has a highly qualified teaching staff, most of whom are professors, recognized researchers and specialists, founders of research schools and authors of many publications and monographs;
- has a Dissertation Council for the defense of PhD dissertations. In 2020, the anniversary of the opening of AASI-KazGASA is 40 years.
The university consists of 8 faculties, which employ teachers with academic degrees of Doctor of Sciences, candidates of Sciences, PhD and practical work experience and corresponding qualification requirements. There is a system of reserves for filling vacant positions, which has high requirements for applicants.
The main direction of research activity is participation in solving the main problems of fundamental science, as well as priority areas of industrial and innovation policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The studies comply with the recommendations of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan and are focused on the development and creation of potentially competitive, including 9 export-oriented industries operating in non-resource sectors of the economy.
The university is continuously working to expand international relations, agreements on cooperation in the field of education and science have been signed with foreign universities from Italy, Great Britain, Germany, Belgium, Israel, Japan, the USA, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the UAE, South Korea, China, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Romania, Poland, Bulgaria, Turkey and CIS countries. The IEC has cooperation agreements with 100 leading foreign universities.
The IOC has introduced staff units for student youth leaders - employees of the Student Youth Committee and the Student Adaptation Service. Every year, from their own funds, internal scholarships "Scholarships" for gifted students from low-income families are awarded on a competitive basis. The Institute of Advisors is working. Accommodation in the House of Students is free of charge. There are interest clubs and sports sections.
The University has a modern material and technical base that meets the requirements of sanitary standards and the requirements of state educational standards of the implemented specialties, which includes: the main academic building (GUK); administrative and educational building (AUK), the main administrative building (GAK); 2 gyms with a total area; a multifunctional sports ground, a tennis court with a total area; a dormitory - Student House (DS).
The IEC's position in the external and internal competitive environment
Defining the position in the external and internal competitive environment is important for the development of an Academic Policy.

1. The IEC has good prerequisites for entering the world educational space. Educational activities, scientific and creative work of teachers and students are highly appreciated by universities in Germany, Japan, South Korea, Russia, Bulgaria, Poland, Italy, Spain, the Czech Republic, Turkey, Lithuania, China, and other countries.
Teachers, staff, and students of the University take an active part in international research and educational programs, creative exhibitions, and competitions, in the activities of international organizations and centers.
Cooperation agreements with Erfurt University of Applied Sciences (Germany), EBZ Business School GmbH (Germany), Modern Education and Research Institute (Belgium), University "La Sapienza" (Italy), Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy), University of Florence (Italy), Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain), International University of Catalonia in Barcelona (Spain), Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary), University of West Hungary, Budapest Metropolitan University (Hungary), Lublin University of Technology (Poland), Bialystok University of Technology (Poland), Czestochowa University of Technology (Poland), Cracow University of Technology (Poland), Sofia University of Architecture, Construction and Geodesy (Bulgaria), Varna Free University "Chernorizets Hrabar" (Bulgaria), Kaunas College of Technology (Lithuania), Vilnius College of Technology and Design (Lithuania), Riga Technical University (Latvia), Estonian Academy of Arts, Institute of Technology and Business in Ceskebudejovice (Prague), Gerge Asaki Technical University of Iasi (Romania), Ariel University (Israel), Yildiz Technical University (Turkey), Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University (Turkey), Akdeniz University (Turkey), Sakarya University (Turkey), Kastamonu University (Turkey), Seoul University (South Korea), Dong-A University College of Engineering (South Korea), Korea National Transport University (South Korea), Saga University (Japan), Hachinohe Institute of Technology (Japan), Changgang University (PRC) and other leading universities from the Commonwealth of Independent States.
The IEC is among the leading architectural and artistic international associations and foundations, among which are the Association of Construction Universities of the CIS (ASU, Moscow), the International Association of Organizations for Architectural Education (IAOAE, Moscow), the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation (Florence, Italy), the Union of Architects and Engineers of the Turkic World (Turkey), the Association of American Colleges and Universities (USA), etc. In September 2010 the IEC signed the Great Charter of Universities (Magna Charta Universitatum).
According to the rating of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, it occupies a leading position in the group of specialties of architectural, design, and construction profiles. According to the NCAOKA, the IEC belongs to the group of the 9 most prestigious multidisciplinary universities in Kazakhstan.
The high place of the IEC in the ratings of the challenge of Kazakhstan is due to a number of circumstances. The University is a leader in the country in implementing a regional multi-level system of training professionals in the field of creativity - architects and designers. Actively influences the content of architectural and art education in Kazakhstan through activities in relevant educational and methodological associations, the development of new state educational standards. For the first time in the country, it trains specialists in innovative programs at the intersection of architecture and economics, architecture and computer science. She was the first among technical universities to introduce a rating system for assessing the quality of students' knowledge.
The IEC is the center of architectural and art education, science, and art in Kazakhstan. It has a favorable geopolitical position: it is located at the border of Europe and Asia, in Almaty as the focus of economic, cultural, and other relations between East and West.
Along with the competitive advantages of the university's positioning in the external environment, there are a number of threats that need to be taken into account:
1) displacement of the university from the market of professional educational, design, and creative services by companies created by talented graduates of the university itself;
2) Crisis and instability in the economy, causing the necessity to change the development priorities
3) the globalization of education and increased competition of higher education institutions
4) Weakening of employers' interest due to changes in the labor market.

2. The internal environment of the IEC is characterized by certain competitive advantages and opportunities, corporate values, features of the organization of management, and economic relations.
The internal environment of the university has the following main competitive advantages and opportunities:
- implementation of a wide range of basic and additional training programs for architects, designers, builders, technologists, economic managers, surveyors, journalists, international experts, linguists, lawyers, etc.;
- high level of training of bachelors, masters, and doctors, creatively active personalities; - highly qualified personnel: more than 60% of teachers have academic degrees and titles, are members of creative unions, production workers with long work experience;
- high creative potential of teachers engaged in real design and construction; - intensive development and development of new technologies, including the technology of strategic planning in architecture and urban planning;
- implementation of the concept of the unity of professional education and upbringing, where a network of creative clubs and studios, construction teams, sports sections is successfully developing.
The IEC management system is based on the unity of administrative management and self-government (decisions of faculty collectives, councils, conferences, and seminars). Collective decision-making enhances the effectiveness of their implementation.
The IEC Strategic Plan provides for the improvement of the university's management system based on its implementation by a team of teachers, staff, and students.

Economic relations have seven main features:
1) Self-supporting services and opportunities for additional earnings are actively developing;
2) A significant amount of funds is allocated for salary subsidies, allowances for doctoral scholarships, and social protection of students;
3) The costs of students and teachers associated with participation in various competitions and exhibitions, as well as other events, compensate to a significant extent;
4) Financial support is provided for the activities of student self-government bodies and extracurricular work;
5) Funds are allocated in a significant amount for the repair and equipment of buildings and educational and laboratory complexes;
7) A fund has been created to stimulate the educational and methodological work of faculties and departments;
8) An extensive set of measures for the employment of students and graduates is being implemented.
At the same time, the internal environment is characterized by the following threats:
1) "aging" of the teaching staff of the university;
2) reduction of funds for the development of infrastructure and material and technical base in connection with the allocation of a significant part for the social protection of students and employees.

For undergraduate/graduate students:
  • With a preliminary annual tuition fee before the due date (July 15) - 5% for one year of study;
  • When paying for the education of 2 or more children from the same family – for each child 5% for the entire period of study;
  • Graduates of affiliated educational institutions of the IEC, taking into account continuing education - 10% for the entire period of study;
  • Children of employees, parents' work experience should be more than 1 year - 7% for the entire period of study;
  • Especially gifted students who are unable to pay for their studies can apply for grants from the "Scholarships" corporation - from 50% to 100% for one semester;
  • Students who actively participated in the IOC admissions committee - 50% for one year of study.
For undergraduate applicants:
  • For the winners of the Olympiads "DA VINCI CODE" And "AMERICAN EDUCATION CHALLENGE" - 100% discount for the entire period of study;
  • For the winners of the Olympiads "DA VINCI CODE" And "AMERICAN EDUCATION CHALLENGE" - 100% discount for 1.2 years of study;
  • Participants of the Olympiad "AMERICAN EDUCATION CHALLENGE" - 10% for the first year of study;
  • Applicants who have participated in the IOC preparatory courses for at least 3 months - 5% discount for the first year of study;
  • For applicants for the full-time reduced form of education using distance learning technologies based on higher education (KAZGAS) - 250,000 KZT for one academic year;
  • For applicants for the full-time reduced form of education using distance learning technologies based on higher education (KAU) - 290,000 KZT for one academic year;
  • Discounts on UNT points - from 15% to 100% - for the first year of study.
For Master's degree students:
  • Graduates of other universities who have diplomas with 10% honors for the entire period of study;
  • For full-time employees with at least 2 years of work experience in IEC educational institutions - 25% for the entire period of study.
The main provisions of the Academic policy in the field of quality and strategic priorities
1. Mandatory consideration of the requirements and expectations of consumers and customers, increasing the trust of applicants, students and their parents, government agencies and other stakeholders.
2. All students are provided with equal opportunities to receive high-quality and affordable education, and any kind of discrimination against students is not allowed.
3. Academic freedom is provided to students when choosing individual learning paths and developing the necessary skills by choosing elective disciplines and providing the opportunity to monitor their progress through a personal account.
4. A social package is provided for students and university employees (discounts, scholarships, incentives for various types of activities, etc.).
5. Academic honesty and intolerance to any manifestations of corruption.
6. Ensuring a guaranteed level of quality of training of specialists is achieved by the following measures:
- creation of an internal education quality assurance system;
- improving the content of education in all educational programs based on the study of the opinions and requests of employers, students and world experience;
- student-centered learning at all levels of education;
- effective interaction with employers; - obtaining an independent external evaluation of educational programs;
- provision of advanced training of teachers and staff, including ICT competencies, to work in an information environment based on electronic educational and scientific resources, the use of appropriate information systems;
- social support for young teachers and scientists in order to consolidate them at the university and their creative growth;
- publication of modern educational literature and monographs on training profiles;
- implementation of the results of scientific and methodological research of teachers in the educational process; - introduction of trilingual education;
- introduction of educational technologies and methods for assessing the quality of students' knowledge;
- development of academic mobility of students and teachers;
- providing opportunities for training and internships in foreign universities;
- introduction of two-degree educational programs;
- effective activity of the institute of mentoring and transfer of experience to young teachers;
- creating conditions for teachers and staff to improve the quality of the educational process and research, to introduce new learning technologies, to organize, conduct, implement and commercialize the results of research (encouragement, support, etc.);
- creating conditions for creative, scientific, entrepreneurial and personal development of students;
- observance of the autonomous right to choose the form and language of instruction, the use of distance learning technologies;
- organization of the Summer semester; - providing students and teachers with a lifelong learning system (life-long learning);
- development of student self-government and all forms of student life at the university;
- social responsibility of the university in the form of various forms of support for students from socially vulnerable segments of the population, as well as people with disabilities;
- ensuring the rights to appeal, personal reception to the head of the university;
- free medical care; - organization of graduates' employment;
- maintaining a quality management system in accordance with the requirements of modern standards;
- conducting preventive procedures and compliance with anti-corruption measures to ensure openness and transparency of the university's activities, commitment to academic integrity through constant monitoring of academic achievements, checking current and final certifications of students, as well as scientific and methodological products of teachers for plagiarism;
- systematic analysis of the organization of the academic process at the university and the solution of emerging problems and the exclusion of shortcomings;
- automation of systems regulating and controlling the organization of the educational process;
- increasing the level of security and improving the accessibility of information and library and information and telecommunications services for students, expanding the functions of the electronic library and providing students with access to full-text educational materials through electronic databases;
- information openness.
Internal quality assurance system
1. The internal system of quality assurance of education is formed taking into account the principles: consistency, comprehensiveness and adaptability.
The university's activities include not only planning and management processes, but also evaluation, improvement and quality assurance processes. The elements of the overall system are interconnected, complement each other, and ensure transparency of processes. Not only the management participates in the development, systematization, implementation and improvement of measures for the activities of the university, but also the teaching staff, students and employees are involved.
The quality assurance system covers all levels and meets the requirements of all stakeholders (students, University management, employers, the state, society).
Internal system of quality assurance of education formed a clear, simple, easy to implement and quite easily adapts to new demands of stakeholders, including authorities governing the activities of educational organizations.
2. The IEC internal quality assurance system as a set of organizational structure, procedures, processes and resources implies the development of regulatory documents of the university necessary for the implementation of general quality management, which contain documented rules for the performance of work, forms and methods of quality management that ensure compliance of educational services provided with established requirements.
The IEC successfully operates a quality management system, which aims to improve the quality indicators of all types of university activities. Improving the management system, i.e. resource management systems (human, financial, technical, etc.) allows improving the quality of education and competitiveness of the university, achieving the academic and strategic goals.
The IEC's entry into the global scientific and educational space is facilitated by the introduction and maintenance of a "Quality Management System for educational activities and training of specialists" based on international standards ISO 9000 series. In November 2005, an international certification audit was conducted, according to the results of which the QMS Certificate No. 40068 dated December 22, 2005 was issued by Moody International Certification (Great Britain).
3. The functionality of the governing documents on structural units, their powers and responsibilities to ensure management is determined by internal regulatory documentation (internal regulations, regulations, regulations, job descriptions, etc.).

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Anti-corruption policy and academic integrity
Pursuant to the Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated March 14, 2020 No. 108 "On strengthening measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection in educational institutions, organizations for orphans and children left without parental care for the period of the pandemic", this section has been introduced into the Academic Policy.
The Regulations of the educational process and Practice contain a provision defining the procedure for organizing and implementing the educational process on distance educational technologies in accordance with the "Rules for organizing the educational process on distance educational technologies" approved by the Order of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated March 20, 2015 No. 137.
The implementation of distance learning technologies (hereinafter referred to as DOT) in the IOC is carried out using network technology – this is a technology that includes the provision of educational and methodological materials, forms of interactive interaction of students with a tutor and with each other, as well as the administration of the educational process based on the use of the Internet.
The IEC has an information and education portal - a system-organized, interconnected set of information resources and Internet services containing administrative and academic teaching and methodological information, enabling the organization of the educational process on Distance learning technologies (http://elearning.kau.kz and http://elearning.kazgasa.kz).
The educational portal operates on the Moodle information system (English Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) (hereinafter referred to as the Moodle IS) - a modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment. Moodle is a site Content Management System (CMS) focused on organizing interaction between tutors and students, as well as for organizing traditional distance courses. This free-of-charge software package, in terms of its functionality, ease of development and ease of use, satisfies most of the requirements imposed by users to e-learning systems. Such e-learning systems are often called Learning Management Systems (LMS) or Virtual Learning Environments (VLE).
IS Moodle is an instrumental environment for the development of individual online courses by each teacher according to their types of classes. Moodle IP courses are information resources posted by teachers, after which students, having the appropriate access rights, can enroll in the course and work with it: study informational materials, participate in seminars, discussions, take tests, etc. The system has a centralized database that reflects all the real events and processes of the university.
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