Kazakhstan exchange programme (chinaese taught)
Kazakhstan exchange programme (chinaese taught)

Since 2014, UIBE’s School of International Relations carried an extensive two years exchange programme with Kazakhstan Ablai Khan University of International Relations and World Languages. The exchange students are expected to spend two years of their BA studies in Beijing, as part of the exchange programme.

The exchange programme will introduce the students to both the Chinese language and culture as well as to the academic field of International Relations. The IR courses are well balanced between the key concepts needed to understand and take part in an interconnected world (such as political awareness, economic understanding, cultural competency, and global citizenship) and a more in-depth study of the Chinese economy, political system and political thought.

The programme is exclusively addressed at the students of the Ablai Khan University. The participants are expected to spend their 4th to 7th semesters of study in SIR, while the remaining period of study, including the defense of their BA thesis, will be spent in Kazakhstan.  For further details, please visit the Kazakhstan Ablai Khan University of Internatonal Relations and World Languages website here. [provide link to http://ablaikhan.kz/promo/]

Foundation Courses
Intensive Business Chinese
Business Chinese: Reading, Listening & Speaking
Business Chinese: Reading & Writing
Business Chinese: Reading & Writing (2nd module)
Chinese Listening Skills
Mandatory Courses
Energy and Environmental Political Economics
Economic Diplomacy
Comparative Politics
Globalization and Global Governance
International Security and Development
International Geopolitics
Public International Law
International Relations
International Political Economics
Contemporary Western Political Thought
Specialization Courses
International Organisations
The Political System and Economy of the European Union
Diplomatic Practice
Contemporary Chinese Diplomacy
International Conflict Settlement and Crisis Management
The Political System and Economy of the United States
International Negotiation