The West Saxon University of Applied Sciences (Zwickau, Germany) has begun training master’s students in the double-diploma educational program in “IT Management”
The training start ceremony was attended by the First Vice-President of KAFU, Ph.D., Zhasulan E. Baikenov, the management of the West Saxon University of Applied Sciences and master’s students of the «IT-Management» educational program.
Our First Vice-President expressed gratitude to the West Saxon University of Applied Sciences for the key role and support in the creation and implementation of this educational project, and also congratulated the undergraduates on the start of their studies.
“This new project in the field of postgraduate education is not only the result of our joint efforts but also a symbol of the development of the international educational space,” emphasized the First Vice-President of KAFU. “Our master’s students will have a unique learning experience in a quality academic environment, and we are grateful to our German colleagues for their hospitality and cooperation.”
The double-degree program is aimed at enabling students to connect their professional competencies with knowledge in the fields of computer science, business information systems, management, and business administration. In addition, the program will provide undergraduates with the opportunity to develop cross-cultural skills.
KAFU wishes success to the new group of master’s students and looks forward to seeing their achievements in the future. The university is ready to support them throughout their educational journey.
For additional information on admission to the double-degree master’s program in “IT Management,” please contact the International Department of the Kazakh-American Free University.