Young scientists of Kazakhstan – about quality education to achieve SDG

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On April 10, 2020, the Pre-forum Workshop for young scientists was held: “How to build a successful scientific career in Kazakhstan: lifehacks of young scientists.”
As it occurred, you can recognize by this reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=thrGshWZIhg&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3EoxMN8vB_J6FK_3jwHbaovficJ6UzWUEblxJmZbktj0slIEk8e2IeF2c
Organizers of this event young girls – Aliya Sembayeva and Khalida Azhulova – organized everything wonderful. All speakers were with their view of the learning process, employment prospects, etc. This session is very useful to young people who would like to study in doctoral studies (PhD) in foreign universities, and more precisely in the UK. Personally, I looked with pleasure and rejoiced for our intellectual youth. They shared their experience from the moment they chose the program, how they did, what advantages and disadvantages there are in training and after finishing, why they still want to work in Kazakhstan.
I ‘d recommend looking at this and parents who have older high school students.
Among the speakers Kamil Magziev, a well-known Kazakh scientist who for many years 27 been the coordinator of the EU International Framework Program for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020. And she ‘s now ready to pass on this unique project to young people – and it looked just wonderful.

Everyone will be interested to listen to the expert in the field of oil production: what challenges this industry and other issues are waiting for – from Aslan Bulekbai.
I would like to express hope that all subsequent sessions will be very informative and will open new horizons for participants and listeners in how to direct our efforts to improve the lives of the population of Kazakhstan and the entire Central Asian region, demonstrating and proposing real projects for the achievement of the SDG.
I would like to express hope that all subsequent sessions will be very informative and will open new horizons for participants and listeners in how to direct our efforts to improve the lives of the population of Kazakhstan and the entire Central Asian region, demonstrating and proposing real projects for the achievement of the SDG.

Author Lyazyat Askarova

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