Twenty-five outstanding graduates of several rural schools in Kazakhstan will study at KAZGUU “Law Enforcement” programme for free. This is a joint present from KAZGUU University and Investment Industrial Corporation ZHERSU to the gifted children to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s Independence.
On the eve of the Independence Day celebration, the parties signed a Memorandum on Cooperation, which includes social support for the gifted students from Zhylandy and Lepsinsk townships of Almaty region.
Ten scholarships will be paid for by KAZGUU, as part of the concession programme, and 15 more will be provided by IIC ZHERSU.
According to B. Ospanov, the Vice-President of Kazakhstan Boxing Federation and head of ZHERSU corporation, today KAZGUU University is one of the first law schools in the country whose efforts to fight corruption in the minds of students are recognised by the government. Relevance of this Memorandum is associated with the strong need for qualified specialists in the Law Enforcement agencies, as part of the implementation of the Principles of Anti-Corruption Enforcement.
This subject has already been discussed at a recent meeting in KAZGUU, when a well-known public figure delivered a guest lecture on the issues of promoting Kazakhstan on the international arena. Addressing the students of the law school, B. Ospanov wished that the future graduates of KAZGUU would “create just laws” aimed at eradicating corrupt motives.
Thus, the country’s leading law university is systematically pursuing the mission of providing quality and accessible education to all the citizens of Kazakhstan.