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Outgoing E-Mobility

Partner universities

Partner universities Official links
Dongguk University, Republic of Korea http://www.dongguk.edu/mbs/en/subview.jsp?id=en_040601020000
HAN University of Applied Sciences, HAN International School of Business, Netherlands https://www.han.nl/en/programs/coursefinder.xml#/
Hong Kong Baptist University https://intl.hkbu.edu.hk/
IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems, Austria https://www.fh-krems.ac.at/en/
Toulouse Business School, France https://www.tbs-education.com/
University of Deusto, Spain https://www.deusto.es/cs/Satellite/deusto/en/university-deusto?cambioidioma=si
University of Strasbourg, EM business school, France https://www.em-strasbourg.com/exchange-programmes
Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Croatia https://www.zsem.hr/en/international/

Outgoing e-mobility policy

Student e-outgoing mobility program rules

1. E-exchange program

  • Call for applications with requirements and deadlines is announced a minimum 2 months prior to a commencement of the mobility period.
  • The exchange webinar attendance is compulsory.
  • Students have to study the “Course approval procedure” and “Course transfer policy” in L-drive: International Mobility: Before application: Academic mobility policy.
  • Students may participate in the e-exchange program an unlimited number of times but transfer up to 18 credits only within the degree.
  • Students may take 3-18 credits per semester in a host university
  • Participants may take any course, including professional and research internship, thesis I and II, dissertation (except state exams and thesis/dissertation defense) at a partner institution upon approval by their college.
  • Participants should follow the admission and registration policies of a partner university.
  • Participants have to remain registered as full time degree students at KIMEP University, and shall not be enrolled as degree students in the host institution.
  • Participants have to register for the KIMEP “E-Exchange Program” before taking courses at host university and pay tuition to KIMEP U (unless otherwise articulated in the partnership agreement).
  • Participants are exempt from paying tuition fees to the host university (unless otherwise articulated in the partnership agreement). Other fees (books, etc.) are subject to the partner’ rules.
  • Scholarship and tuition waiver requirements at KIMEP are applied to participants while studying under “E-Exchange Program” if not otherwise stipulated in the agreement.
  • Participants are encouraged to promote KIMEP and Kazakhstan through participation in social and cultural e-events of a partner institution if any.
  • Upon completion of the program, the participant has to submit feedback on his/her academic mobility experience to the International office and is encouraged to become a mentor to prospective participants.
  • Participant agrees that his/her personal data may be disclosed to a third party.
  • Academic related issues should be referred to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
  • Any finance related appeals, requests, etc. should be referred to the Vice-President for Finance and Financial Aid Office.
  • All complaints related to student’ nonacademic misconduct filed by the KIMEP U and/or the host institutions are referred to the KIMEP U Student Affairs Disciplinary Committee.
  • KIMEP and a partner institution have a right to withdraw the participant from the e-exchange program in case of violation of the institutions ‘policies by the participant.

1.2. Force majeure

A party shall not be liable for any failure of or delay in the performance of the  agreement when certain circumstances beyond their control arise including, but not limited to: earthquake, flood, fire or any natural disaster, military action or coup, decision of any state body prohibiting or influencing thereto and other circumstances beyond the control of the participants in the country of the host and home institutions which occurred right before or after the commencement of the e-exchange program.

If the fulfillment of the obligations becomes impossible for the participant, he/she is obliged to inform the host and home institutions within 5 (five) calendar days from the moment the circumstances have occurred.  If the participant fails to inform the institutions in time, he/she may not refer to any of the above mentioned circumstances to be released from his/her responsibility for non-fulfillment of the obligations. Any events caused by negligence and/or intentional actions of the participant are not considered as force majeure.

Eligibility criteria for outgoing e-exchange program

Participants should have:

  • a solid command of English language (average GPA in English language courses min. B/ IELTS 6/ TOEFL IBT 72/ TOEFL PBT 523);
  • have GPA of 3.00 or higher;
  • be full-time degree student
  • earn:
    • 30 to 110 credits for undergraduate students;
    • 9 credits for graduate students.

at the application stage

  • have no disciplinary records
  • have no debts
Application process and documents for outgoing e-exchange program

Call for applications with requirements and deadlines is announced minimum 2 months prior to a commencement of the mobility period. The access to the online application is open on the Student Portal during the designated period. Applicants are expected to apply online, indicate up to three partner universities in a priority order, and upload required and optional documents.

Required:

  • Online Application form
  • Attendance of at least one mobility program information session

Optional:

  • Winner certificates of intellectual challenges, Olympiads, competitions
  • Winner certificates of athletic challenges
  • Community service certificates
  • Reference letters
  • Confirmation of vulnerability status

Submission of an online application form does not guarantee participation in the program.

Submission of falsified documents leads to immediate dismissal from the e-exchange program and filing a complaint to the Student Affairs Disciplinary committee.

Selection Criteria for outgoing e-exchange program

Maximum score: 47.33

The following criteria will be assessed:

1. GPA – up to 4,33 points;
2. Winner’s certificate of intellectual challenges, Olympiads, competitions:

  • International level – 4 points,
  • Republican level – 3 points,
  • City level – 2 points,
  • University level – 1 point.

Not more than one from each category
Total: 10 points

3. Winner’s certificate of athletic achievements:

  • International level – 4 points,
  • Republican level – 3 points,
  • City level – 2 points,
  • University level – 1 point.

Not more than one from each category
Total: 10 points

4. Proof of community service:

  • Membership in KSA organization (President, Vice President, Deputy) – 3 points;
  • Membership in a student organization – 2 points;
  • Community service beyond the University community – 2 points.

Not more than one from each category
Total: 7 points

5. Reference letter:

  • From faculty member – 3 points;
  • From staff member – 2 points;
  • From KSA government or student organization – 1 point.

Not more than one from each category
Total: 6 points

6. Vulnerability:

  • Special needs according to the data from Medical Office – 10 points;
  • Orphan student (upper age limit is 23 years) – 10 points;
  • Students from multi-children families (upper age limit is 23 years) living all together according to a residential registration certificate – 5 points.

Not more than one category
Total: 10 points 

Selection procedures of outgoing e-exchange program
  • Applicants are evaluated in accordance with the selection criteria by the software program.
  • The program selects the applicants with the highest scores and ranks them.
  • The program sends a message to a chosen candidate with a request to confirm his/her participation in the e-exchange program within a week period.
  • If student does not respond or declines the offer, the place is passed to the next candidate from the list
  • Once all selected students confirm their participation, they are officially nominated for the e-exchange program, which is reflected in the E-Exchange Program Selection Result protocol signed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs or Provost and General Deputy to the President.
  • The Coordinator prepares the E-Exchange Program Selection Result Order that indicates the names of participants, host institutions, program names, mobility periods, etc. and names of reserved candidates. The order is signed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs or Provost and General Deputy to the President.  If a partner university gives additional places for the academic mobility program after the order is signed, nomination of additional candidates will be done from the reserved list according to the ranking of the students. The relevant amendment is produced and signed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs or Provost and General Deputy to the President.
  • If a student cannot participate in the e-exchange program, he/she has to inform the Coordinator and he/she will be replaced by the next candidate from the reserved list and the amendment to the order should be produced and signed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs or Provost and General Deputy to the President.
  • If the selection is conducted by a partner university, the Partner Selection Result Order should be produced and signed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs or Provost and General Deputy to the President.
  • A partner institution accepts the nominated e-exchange students but reserves the right to deny admission.

Video Guides

WELCOME TO OUTGOING Е-MOBILITY PROGRAM

E-Advising

Coordinator for outgoing mobility:

Ms. Nailya Akhmarova
Email: outgoing@kimep.kz
Tel: +7(727) 237 48 00 ext: 1085

Webinars

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# Topic Date Time
1 Information Session #1: meet your Coordinator, get information about different academic systems and calendars, what partners offer e-mobility and how to choose them August 6, 2020

October 26, 2020

10:00-11:00     15:00-16:00
10:00-11:00    15:00-16:00
2 Information Session #2: Application procedure, eligibility, selection criteria, documents, deadlines August 7, 2020

October 27, 2020

10:00-11:00   15:00-16:00
10:00-11:00   15:00-16:00
3 Information Session #3: Course selection & approval procedure. Learning Agreement  August 20, 2020

October 28, 2020

10:00-11:00   16:00-17:00
10:00-11:00   15:00-16:00
4 Information Session #4: Course Transfer and Transcript November 20, 2020

April 15, 2021

10:00-11:00   15:00-16:00
10:00-11:00   15:00-16:00
5 Virtual travel: excursion to the partner countries September 30, 2020

November 2, 2020

February 11, 2021

April 8, 2021

15:00-16:00
15:00-16:00
15:00-16:00
15:00-16:00