International Kazakh Turkish University, Kazakhstan
The foundations of the University were first laid under the name of Turkistan State University a short time before the collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics upon the decision of Nursultan NAZARBAYEV, the President of Kazakhstan, dated June 6, 1991. The basic mission of the University was determined as “improving the city of Turkistan, the historical science and culture centre of the Central Asia.”
Upon “The Common Declaration”, which was published in the Almaty Summit, organized on 29 March-1 May 1992, between Nursultan NAZARBAYEV, the President of Kazakhstan, and Süleyman DEMİREL, the Prime Minister of Turkish Republic, and “The Cooperation Agreement in Fields of Education, Science, Culture and Sports”, which was signed between two countries on May 1, 1992, it was decided that Turkistan State University shall be the mutual university of both countries, and The Memorandum of Understanding concerning the issue was signed on September 28, 1992, in Ankara.
“Agreement on Founding International Hoca Ahmet Yesevi Turkish-Kazakh University in the city of Turkistan” was signed between the governments of two countries at The Summit of The Presidents of Turkish-Speaking Countries on October 31, 1992 in Ankara. The agreement became effective after it was endorsed by the Act No. 3904 enacted on April 29, 1993 by the Turkish Grand National Assembly, and it was published in the 21571st issue of the Official Gazette, dated May 4, 1993.
Department of general medicine in International Kazakh Turkish University
International Turkish-Kazakh University Faculty of Medicine was founded in city of Kentav in 1991 with the name Alternative Treatment and Medicine. In time, it expanded with the newly opened departments as General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Maternity and Gynaecology, Human Anatomy and Physiology. Most of the departments are still in City of Turkistan.
University, Medical Faculty Hospital with a capacity of 100 beds was founded, as one of the most modern hospitals of Republic of Kazakhstan, the whole budget of which was covered by Republic of Turkey.
International Kazakh Turkish University Fee Structure
|First Year Fees||$6500 (Rs. 4,35,500/-)|
|2nd Year Fees||$3000 ( Rs. 2,01,000/-)|
|3rd Year Fees||$3000 ( Rs. 2,01,000/-)|
|4th Year Fees||$3000 ( Rs. 2,01,000/-)|
|5th Year Fees||$3000 ( Rs. 2,01,000/-)|
|Total Fees for 5 Year||$18500 (Rs. 12,58,000/-)|
|Hostel Fees/Year||$200 (Rs. 14,000/-)|
|Indian Food/Month||$120 ( Rs. 8040/-)|
|Registration Fees||Rs. 35,000/-|
Note: Fees will be deposited in US Dollar. Mentioned Indian Rupee fees are just for your convenience. We considered 1USD= 67 INR for approximation.
Students have to book their flight ticket or pay for the flight ticket additionally.
Flight ticket from New Delhi to Astana costs approximately Rs. 14,000/- (One way, one person, economy class). The travel route is New Delhi to Astana, Astana to Turkestan. Approx flight time is around 8 hrs.)