Kazakh-American Free University is an exclusive representative of “American Cultural Exchange” Association for the intensive learning of English language in the universities of USA, organization of internship and practical trainings (workshops) in the leading companies.
The university consists of multidisciplinary college, Business Education and Professional Training Center, and Personality and Career Development Center. The university has close relations with Embassy of USA in Kazakhstan and Embassy of Kazakhstan in USA, the leading American and Russian universities: Northwest Nazarene University, Concordia University, Warner Pacific University, Northwest University, Arizona State University, Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Gorno-Altaisk State University, Siberian University of Consumer Cooperation, and others.
The university has 6 academic buildings, 2 offices in the USA (Oregon and Florida), computer classrooms, universities laboratories, sports halls, printing office, modern library, comfortable hotel, dormitory, “Sibiny” recreation center, etc.
Achievements of KAFU over the 24 years of functioning:
- With the support of the International Board of Guardians, 500 international partners from American universities took part in educational process in KAFU;
- 700 undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students were participants of international programs and practical training programs in USA;
- More than 11000 specialists graduated from the university, about 4000 of them had good command of English, 600 of them were trained on American program, got two diplomas (Kazakh, American), and certificates, confirming level of English and computer skills;
- 15 post-graduate students of the “Management” and “Jurisprudence” were trained;
- 10 undergraduate and graduate students received “Bolashak” program scholarship;
- More than 60 teachers and employees of KAFU have completed training and internships at leading US universities;
- 95 undergraduate and graduate students completed distance classes in the American universities.