Dual degree programs

Institute of Nanoengineering in Electronics, Spintronics and Photonics

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Bachelor's Progams

129 000

1

Power Engineering and Nanoelectronics

introduction of up-to-date nanoelectronic technologies into energy systems

Daulet Serikbayev East Kazakhstan Technical University Russian, Kazakh
2

Instrumentation and Nanoelectronics

nanoelectronic devices and systems development

Daulet Serikbayev East Kazakhstan Technical University Russian, Kazakh
3

Applied Mathematics and Physics

fundamental physics and mathematics education and modern methods of mathematical analysis applications of modern software for experimental data processing; methods of mathematical modeling in semiconductor nanostructures for electronics and microwave photonics

Karakalpak State University named after Berdakh Russian, Uzbek
Master's Progams

137 500

1

Micro- and Nanoelectronics

development of electronic devices and systems using products of modern micro- and nanoelectronics

Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics Russian
2

Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials

development of electronic equipment using nanoelectronic products based on modern heterostructures and wide-gap semiconductors

Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics Russian
3

Nanotechnology in Electronics

use of new wide-gap semiconductors, heterostructures and other nanomaterials for developing nanoelectronic element base of a new generation

Gumilyov Eurasian National University Russian, Kazakh
4

Electronics and Engineering

intersection of classic electronics and modern nanoelectronics for introduction of products of a new power and high-voltage element base based on modern wide-gap semiconductors into traditional technologies of electronic industry

Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov Russian, Uzbek
5

Radio Engineering and Communication Devices

applications of new materials: wide-gap semiconductors, heterostructures and other nanomaterials for the development of modern electronic equipment, electronic and nanoelectronic devices of a new generation\

Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov Russian, Uzbek
6

Electronic Equipment Production Technologies

production of modern electronic equipment and a new element base based on wide-gap semiconductors and heterostructures.

Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov Russian, Uzbek
7

Applied Mathematics and Physics

theoretical research, mathematical and computer modeling of solid-state, optical, micro- and nanoelectronic devices

Karakalpak State University named after Berdakh Russian, Uzbek
8

Instrumentation and Nanoelectronics

deep theoretical knowledge and practical training in the development of radio electronic equipment using nanoelectronic products

Daulet Serikbayev East Kazakhstan Technical University Russian, Kazakh
Institute for Laser and Plasma Technologies

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03.04.01 Applied Mathematics and Physics

137 500

1.

Theoretical Nuclear Physics

Graduation department: Theoretical Nuclear Physics Department, Institute for Laser and Plasma Technologies. The staff of the department is one of the leading Russian scientific schools, organizes major Russian and international conferences, and has more than 50 years of experience in educational and research activities with the participation of employees of leading scientific organizations.

Abstract: Fundamental training in physics, mathematics and engineering making it possible to successfully study the main general and specialized courses (including modern technologies of mathematical modeling of physical processes) under the supervision of leading world-class scientists and specialists. Wide range of theoretical and mathematical physics courses to choose from, covering nearly all the problems of theoretical physics and mathematical modeling ever existed and offering an opportunity to study with an individual learning plan.

Curriculum features

  • theory of elementary particles

  • methods of modern statistical physics

  • selected chapters of quantum field theory, general relativity

  • modern methods of mathematical modeling in theoretical physics.

  • plasma theory

  • nuclear physics

  • astro- and cosmo-physics

  • physics of condensed matter

Program Supervisor

Sergey Muravyov — Acting head of MEPhI Theoretical Nuclear Physics Department of / Ph. D. in Physics and Mathematics, associate professor

Career opportunities

leading Russian and foreign research centers and companies specializing in research software.

Areas of research and experts training

  • Physics of ultrahigh laser fields

  • Particle physics

  • Astrophysics and cosmology

  • Nuclear physics

  • Quantum informatics and quantum computers

Russian

al-Farabi Kazakh

National University

Medeu Abishev, 
Sergey Muraviyov

2.

Quantum Metrology

Objectives of the program:

training of metrologists with fundamental physical and technical knowledge for research with the use of quantum computing systems and precision measurements.

Curriculum research areas

  • metrology and standardization

  • quantum physics and quantum mechanics

  • condensed matter physics,

  • physics of nanostructures

  • precision measurements

  • modeling of solid-state physics

  • modern data processing methods.

  • design of devices and facilities for metrology of physical measurements.

Russian

Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov

Parahat Matyakubova, Petr Borisyuk

3.

Chemical Physics

Graduation department: MEPhI Chemical Physics Department (No4), Institute for Laser and Plasma Technologies. The Department was found in 1951. Nikolay N. Semenov, the Nobel Prize laureate, became its founder and first Head. The department has more than 50 years of experience in educational and research activities with the participation of employees of leading scientific organizations.

Abstract: The program is aimed at training professionals with deep physical and mathematical training and fundamental knowledge in the field of chemical physics, industrial safety and ecology. Masters in this specialty are research engineers who are able to solve a wide range of problems in the physics of fast-flowing processes, extreme States of matter at high pressures and temperatures, monitoring the safety of industrial facilities and the environment, developing methods for computer modeling and forecasting the consequences of man-made accidents and catastrophes.

Program Supervisor

Sergey Gubin – Head of Chemical Physics Department (Dr. Sci. in Physics and Mathematics, Professor)

Career opportunities

leading Russian and foreign research centers and companies specializing in scientific software.

Areas of research and experts training:

  • Risk analysis and predictive modelling of consequences of man-made accidents and natural disasters;

  • Supercomputer modelling and experimental research on physical and chemical reactions in fluid, gas and solid;

  • Theoretical research on wide-range equations of state for fluid mixtures, condensed and nanodispersed matter and materials, products of combustion and detonation of chemical energetic;

  • Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulation for thermodynamic properties of matter at extreme temperature and pressure.

Russian

al-Farabi Kazakh

National University

Bahitzhan Lesbaev,  
Sergey Gubin  

12.04.03 Photonics and Optoinformatics

137 500

4.

Quantum Metrology and Optoinformatics

Program objective:

training of metrologists with fundamental physical and technical knowledge to provide research, design, production, as well as technological, organizational and managerial activities in modern metrology.

Competitive advantage:

Combination of deep physics and engineering training with research at the cutting edge of science.

Curriculum research areas

  • condensed matter physics

  • astrophysics and cosmology

  • mathematical modeling

  • physics of ultrahigh laser fields

  • nanostructure physics

  • quantum physics, quantum informatics and quantum computers

  • design of devices and facilities for metrology of physical measurements.

Future employment opportunities

leading Russian and foreign research centers and companies specializing in fundamental and applied research.

Russian

E. A. Buketov

University of Karaganda  

Svetlana G. Karstina, Petr Borisyuk

16.04.02 High-tech Plasma and Power Plants

159 300

5.

Plasma Physics

The program is aimed at training masters, who are able of conducting high-quality R&D activities in the field of plasma physics and plasma technologies and of working in high-tech industrial and business organizations.

The program provides courses on theoretical and applied physics of plasmas, including such fields as:

  • physics of low- and high-temperature plasma

  • physics of dense plasmas

  • methods of plasma diagnostics

  • technological applications of plasma

  • mathematical modeling of plasma processes Curricular activities:

    • participation in major Russian and international conferences

  • practical training at leading Russian research organizations (NRC «Kurchatov Institute», TRINITI, General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Laser and Plasma Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, etc.).

Future career opportunities:

Engineer and research positions at leading Russian and foreign research centers and companies that specialize in laser and plasma industrial technologies.

Prerequisites:

  • completed bachelor degree (with majors in mathematics, physics, engineering or equivalent degrees)
  • pre-intermediate English level.

Russian

al-Farabi Kazakh

National University

Sandugash Kodanova,
Valeriy Kurnaev

 

Institute of Nuclear Physics and Engineering

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BA

1.

Materials Design and Engineering for the Nuclear Industry 22.03.01

Program objective:

Provide profound training of EKSTU students for research and technological issues in radiation materials science and technologies in order to design and develop promising materials for the nuclear industry.

Location of training

  • 1st and 3rd study years – MEPhI (Russia);

  • 2nd and 4th study years – EKSTU (Kazakhstan);

  • pre-diploma practical training and diploma project implementation – EKSTU and enterprises (Kazakhstan).

Curriculum features

  • study of main types of modern structural and functional inorganic materials, including radiation-resistant and corrosion-resistant compositions, including transformations at the stages of production, processing and operation;

  • development, research, modification and application (processing, operation and disposal) of materials for nuclear technology;

  • operation of facilities for research and diagnostics of materials states and properties. Program supervisors:

    Boris Kalin, Head of MEPhI Department “Physical Issues of Materials Science”, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the Russian Federation, Honored Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation, Laureate of the Russian Government Prize, Member of the International Academy of Sciences of Higher Education

    Tamara Segeda, Head of EKSTU Department “New Technologies and Materials in Nuclear Industry”, Director of Center for International and Educational Programs, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

D. Serikbayev East Kazakhstan State Technical University (Ust’-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan)

Boris Kalin (MEPhI),

Tamara Segeda (EKSTU)

Russian

129 000

MA

1.

Physics and Economics of Nuclear Technologies

14.04.02 Nuclear Physics and Technologies + 38.04.01 Economics

developed and implemented with support of the State Atomic Energy Corporation "Rosatom"

Double degree program:

  • 14.04.02 "Nuclear Physics and Technologies" (MEPhI)

  • 38.04.01 "Economics" (All-Russian Foreign Trade Academy of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation).

Program objectives:

to train specialists in physics and thermophysics for design, production, technological, research and management activities in operation and development of advanced nuclear power plants.

The program combines natural science and engineering training with the study of fundamental economic disciplines and applied courses of world economy.

MEPhI curriculum subject areas:

  • nuclear reactors and power plants

  • thermohydraulic and neutron-physical processes in the cores of nuclear reactors coolants

  • materials for nuclear reactors

  • nuclear fuel cycle

  • safety systems for nuclear power plants

  • control systems for nuclear physics facilities

  • software systems and mathematical models for theoretical and experimental research of phenomena and patterns in thermophysics

  • promising methods of energy conversion.

FTA curriculum subject areas

  • micro and macroeconomics

  • econometrics

  • foreign economic activity

  • international trade

  • marketing and market research

  • economics and logistics of foreign trade

  • legal regulation of export-import transactions

  • accounting, including IFRS, financial management and investment analysis

  • main types of international transactions and settlements. Program competitive advantages:
  • combination of resources and competencies of two leading Russian universities (MEPhI - FTA);

  • research and production practical training at core companies of the State Atomic Energy Corporation “Rosatom”

  • in-depth study of business English (business correspondence, linguistic specifics of management and marketing activities, business negotiations and contract operations).

All-Russian Foreign Trade Academy of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia)

Kirill Kutsenko (MEPhI),

Alexander Nikitenko (RFTA)

Russian

159 300
Institute for Physics and Engineering in Biomedicine

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03.04.02 Nuclear Medicine

1st study year – Al-Farabi Kazakh State University (Kazakhstan)
2nd study year – National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) (Russia)

Program objective

training of general physicists with biological knowledge in modern nuclear medicine and technology, capable of using radionuclides and radiopharmaceuticals for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

Key research and professional areas

  • research on phantom models with calibration sources, radiation protection equipment of the radiation influence on them

  • calculation of radiation doses and exposure for patient and staff radiation safety and monitoring of patients during radionuclide research

  • control of physical and technical parameters and operational characteristics of reactors, cyclotrons and equipment for the production of radionuclides and synthesis of radiopharmaceuticals in production laboratories

  • control of physical and technical parameters and operating characteristics of gamma cameras, radionuclide tomographs, clinical radiometers

  • monitoring of radionuclide diagnostics, outpatient radionuclide therapy

Research in the field of NMR diagnostics, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, positron emission and single-photon emission tomography is carried out in cooperation with leading medical and research centers.

Curriculum features

  • specialized training courses: "Dosimetry in Nuclear Medicine", "Nuclear Diagnostics in Clinics", "Radiation Safety when Working with Sources", "Technology for the Production of Radiopharmaceuticals", "Physics of Radioisotope Medicine"

  • research practice to develop skills in working with modern equipment, skills in use of methods in nuclear medicine research.

Al-Farabi Kazakh State University (Kazakhstan)

Alexander Postnov

Russian

137 500

2

03.04.02 Radiology

1st study year – Medical Institute of Karakalpakstan (Uzbekistan)
2nd study year – National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) (Russia)

Key research and professional activities and objects

  • sources of ionizing radiation and the laws of radioactive decays that determine the processes of radiation passage through matter

  • biological effect of radiation

  • fundamentals of the structure of living matter, mechanisms of impact of non- ionizing radiation on biological tissues, physical characteristics of the most important biological media and responsible biopolymers

  • structure of proteins, carbohydrates and lipids, types of amino acids, structure and function of hemoglobins, DNA structure, enzymatic catalysis

  • principle of operation and technical characteristics of PET, technology for the production of radio-isotopes, the theory of clinical application of PET in cardiology, neurology and oncology, production technology of RFP, theoretical foundations of the operation of CT and MRI.

Competitive advantages

  • practical research activities with the use of tomographic equipment

  • profound understanding of radiological processes

Medical Institute of Karakalpakstan (former Nukus branch of Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute) (Uzbekistan)

Alexander Kharin

Russian

137 500

3

12.04.04 Biological Systems and Technologies

1st study year – Al-Farabi Kazakh State University (Kazakhstan)
2nd study year – National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) (Russia)

Program objective

Training specialists for the development of new nanomaterials and biomedicine technologies and methods of their use in healthcare for early diagnosis and targeted treatment of socially dangerous diseases

Key research and professional activities

  • biomedical nanotechnology (nanomaterials and devices for photodynamic and sonodynamic therapy, hyperthermia)

  • materials science for medicine

  • propagation and interaction of laser radiation with human tissues and organs

  • biomedical diagnostic images

  • experimental research and introduction of materials and methods for biomedicine (materials for creating nanosensors of molecules for biomedical purposes, model objects of living nature for studying nanomaterials and new methods of medical diagnostics and therapy)

Al-Farabi Kazakh State University (Kazakhstan)

Viktor Timoshenko

Russian

137 500

Institute for Financial Technologies and Economic Security

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38.04.01 Economic Security

1st, 3rd semesters – TashSEU (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
2nd, 4th semesters, Master thesis defense – MEPhI (Moscow, Russia)

The program ensures the acquisition of all the necessary competencies for the training of highly qualified personnel capable of identifying and assessing threats to national and industrial economic security, large companies and corporations, as well as countering the identified threats in the financial and economic sectors. The development of economic security of macro- and microsystems requires specialists with relevant modern competencies. To ensure economic security in the context of digitalization, special attention is required to special IT disciplines. The program provides unique skills in financial intelligence and combating money laundering (legalization) of criminal proceeds and terrorism financing.

Tashkent State Economic University (Uzbekistan)

Nikolay Morozov

 

Russian

 

123 100

2

38.04.01 Economic Security

1st, 3rd semesters – KNU (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan)
2nd, 4th semesters, Master thesis defense – MEPhI (Moscow, Russia)

The program ensures the acquisition of all the necessary competencies for the training of highly qualified personnel capable of identifying and assessing threats to national and industrial economic security, large companies and corporations, as well as countering the identified threats in the financial and economic sectors. The development of economic security of macro- and microsystems requires specialists with relevant modern competencies. To ensure economic security in the context of digitalization, special attention is required to special IT disciplines. The program provides unique skills in financial intelligence and combating money laundering (legalization) of criminal proceeds and terrorism financing.

Jusup Balasagyn Kyrgyz National University (Kyrgyzstan)

3

38.04.01 Economic Security

1st, 3rd semesters – Buketov University (Karaganda, Kazakhstan)
2nd, 4th semesters, Master thesis defense – MEPhI (Moscow, Russia)

The program ensures the acquisition of all the necessary competencies for the training of highly qualified personnel capable of identifying and assessing threats to national and industrial economic security, large companies and corporations, as well as countering the identified threats in the financial and economic sectors. The development of economic security of macro- and microsystems requires specialists with relevant modern competencies. To ensure economic security in the context of digitalization, special attention is required to special IT disciplines. The program provides unique skills in financial intelligence and combating money laundering (legalization) of criminal proceeds and terrorism financing.

Buketov State University in Karaganda (Kazakhstan)

4

38.04.05 Project Management

1st, 3rd semesters – TashSEU (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
2nd, 4th semesters, Master thesis defense – MEPhI (Moscow, Russia)

The program provides training of highly qualified personnel capable of managing projects at all stages of implementation (investment projects, in particular), planning a portfolio of projects for long-term successful development.

Distinctive features of the program are competences for profound feasibility study for managing different types of projects, programs and project portfolios aimed at ensuring accelerated development and increasing the company's competitiveness, introducing innovative projects and finding investors.

Tashkent State Economic University (Uzbekistan)

Institute for Intelligent Cybernetic Systems

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Bachelor Degree

 

10.03.01 Information Security

1

Mathematical Methods of Information Security

Program objective

The constant expansion of the world of IT technologies inevitably creates new threats to information security. The new emerging ways of committing crimes related to computer security violations require the development of new technologies for protecting information. The need to develop human resources in innovative areas of computer security determines the relevance of this program.

Key research areas

  • automated systems that operate in the presence of threats in the information sphere and have protected IT resources;

  • information technologies that form the information infrastructure in the presence of threats in the information sphere and attract resources that are subject to protection;

  • information systems to ensure confidentiality, integrity, availability, data authenticity, non-repudiation of authorship through the use of cryptographic primitives;

  • means of cryptographic information protection.

Daulet Serikbayev East Kazakhstan Technical University (Kazakhstan)

Anna Epishkina

Russian

129 000

Master Degree

09.04.01 Informatics and Computer Engineering

1

High-Performance Computer Systems

Program objective

The program examines the main features and needs of high-performance computer systems. A number of subjects that are unique to partner universities allow us to give our students the widest range of knowledge and skills in this area, and various laboratory works and practical exercises reinforce theoretical knowledge in practice. In addition to studying such systems, students get acquainted with the differences in computing systems, study their life cycle, operational requirements and receive the necessary competencies for their productive and correct maintenance.

Curriculum features

  • Operating systems and programming languages

  • Information security

  • Mathematical foundations of computer systems

  • Fundamentals of interfaces and computer devices design

  • Computer graphics and image processing

  • Microprocessor devices, algorithms and systems

  • Fundamentals of databases and data storage systems

  • Fundamentals of robotics

  • Modern challenges of informatics and computer engineering

Key research areas

  • development of computer systems and networks;

  • design of complex computer systems;

  • development of system and application software;

  • comprehensive analysis of information security.

Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications (Kazakhstan)

Mikhail Ivanov,

Ilya Chugunkov

Russian

137 500

2

High-Performance Computer Systems and Innovative Technologies

The program is created for the interests of informatization of high-tech industries in the context of the globalization of the world information space. It facilitates gaining competencies in high-performance computing, including the use of hybrid supercomputer technologies, the development of digital equipment using advanced FPGA design methods and tools. Program alumni also possess competencies in information systems architecture, development of secure systems and application software (including for mobile devices) using CASE technologies.

Curriculum features

  • architecture of operating systems

  • administration and security of operating systems

  • design of secure information systems

  • information and coding theory

  • schematic database of digital devices

  • hybrid supercomputer technologies

  • distributed ledger technologies

  • parallel computing

    Key research areas

  • development of computer systems and networks;

  • design of digital equipment on FPGA;

  • software development;

  • a comprehensive analysis of information security .

Daulet Serikbayev East Kazakhstan Technical University (Kazakhstan)

Mikhail Ivanov,

Ilya Chugunkov

Russian

3

Modern Computer Systems

The program provides students with extensive experience in interacting and researching modern computer systems. The program curriculum includes disciplines from both partner universities, which allows to create a unique trajectory for the development of master students from admission to graduation. At the same time, students get an opportunity for self-improvement and raising their qualifications as researchers and as specialists in computer technology and systems.

Curriculum features

  • architecture of operating systems

  • administration and security of operating systems

  • design of secure information systems

  • information and coding theory

  • schematic database of digital devices

  • hybrid supercomputer technologies

  • distributed ledger technologies parallel computing

Key research areas:

  • development of computer systems and networks;

  • software development;

  • operation of highly sensitive computer systems.

Razzakov Kyrgyz State Technical University (Kyrgyzstan)

Mikhail Ivanov,

Ilya Chugunkov

Russian

09.04.04 Software Engineering

1

High-Tech Development of Complex Software Systems

In addition to the development of simple components, knowledge of complex systems and approaches is always required for the active productive maintenance of large software and hardware systems. Within the framework of this program, students examine methods of high-tech development of complex software systems. Together with our partners, we are doing our best to give students an opportunity to get acquainted with the tasks and challenges of a specialist in this field and try to solve them. The interaction of colleagues from partner universities allows us to give our students the opportunity to look at the same problems from different angles and to determine for themselves the principled approaches to solving certain issues.

Curriculum features

  • discrete mathematics

  • database systems and technologies

  • AI systems and technologies

  • cybernetic systems development technologies

  • models of physical processes in nuclear systems

Future professional opportunities

  • Education and science (general, secondary vocational, further vocational education; research);
  • Information and communication technologies (industrial production of software for information and computer systems);
  • Nuclear and other high-tech industries (software development and maintenance).

Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications (Kazakhstan)

Vyacheslav Wolfengagen

Russian

137 500

2

Data Processing Technologies in High-Tech Software Projects

Software engineering is the application of a systematic, disciplined, measurable approach to software development, operation and maintenance. Currently, software industry is actively developing and is a full-fledged direction of modern Russian and world economy. There is a constant shortage of qualified software development specialists, and this trend is likely to continue in the future. Modern specialists in industrial software development must have extensive training in the development of system and application software for various purposes, which determines the relevance of the program. Cooperation with foreign colleagues allows us to diversify the experience of our students and get the opportunity to get acquainted with the best practices of both countries.

Curriculum features

  • discrete mathematics

  • database systems and technologies

  • AI systems and technologies

  • cybernetic systems development technologies

  • models of physical processes in nuclear systems

Future professional opportunities

  • industrial production of software for information and computer systems for various purposes

  • research and development in informatics and computer technology.

Razzakov Kyrgyz State Technical University (Kyrgyzstan)

Boris Shchukin

Russian

3

Management and Technologies of Knowledge-based Software Projects

The program studies technologies for the implementation and management of science-intensive software projects. In particular, students examine applications of methods of formal semantics of computer programs in the design process in order to control the properties of the resulting software. In addition, students research the use of semantic technologies in domain modeling and information systems design.

Curriculum features

  • Software engineering methodology (software development technology, verification and certification)

  • Fundamentals of automated information technologies

  • Modern architectures of intelligent systems

  • Software lifecycle management

  • Cybernetic systems programming technology

  • Designing databases for cybernetic systems

  • Semantic configuration of software systems

  • Formalisms in information technologies

Future professional opportunities

  • Education and science (general, secondary vocational, further vocational education; research);

  • Information and communication technologies (industrial production of software for information and computing systems);

  • Nuclear and other high-tech industries (software development and maintenance)

  • R&D in informatics and computer technology.

Al-Farabi Kazakh State University (Kazakhstan)

Vyacheslav Wolfengagen 

Russian

10.04.01 Information Security

1

Business Continuity and Information Security

As a result of mastering the program, alumni receive a set of system-analytical competencies, leadership and communication skills for working in a team and unique experience in the field of information security of Russia and Kazakhstan, and also acquires project management skills in the field of information technology security.

Curriculum features

  • Information security methodology

  • Preventing confidential information leaks

  • Fundamentals of banking

  • Modern information technologies and information security in financial organizations

  • Computer network security

  • Information security risk management

  • Blockchain technologies and cybersecurity

  • Business continuity management

  • Disaster recovery of information systems

Many companies such as Ak Kamal Security, PACIFICA, Almakom Trade, IRIS Enterprise Services, Oberig IT and others welcome our students. Program akunbi are employed in positions related to research, design and operation of systems dedicated to corporate business continuity to solve information problems, analyze and assess information security.

L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan)

Natalia Miloslavskaya

Russian

137 500

2

Information Security and Continuity of Data Processing

As a result of mastering the program, alumni gain extensive knowledge in information security and unique experience in working with the main regulatory documents in the field, are able to compare approaches to information security in different countries.

Curriculum features

  • Information security methodology

  • Preventing confidential information leaks

  • Fundamentals of banking

  • Modern information technologies and information security in financial organizations

  • Computer network security

  • Information security risk management

  • Blockchain technologies and cybersecurity

  • Business continuity management

  • Disaster recovery of information systems

Many companies such as "ALSI", "Logycom", "RealSoft", "Kazakhtelecom", "К- СеІІ", "Beeline", "Dalacom", "Neo", banks "NaIuk", "KazCom" and others welcome our students. Program akunbi are employed in positions related to research, design and operation of systems dedicated to corporate business continuity to solve information problems, analyze and assess information security.

Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications (Kazakhstan); Razzakov Kyrgyz State Technical University (Kyrgyzstan)

Natalia Miloslavskaya

Russian

3

Cyber Security

The program highlights the main trends in the development of cybersecurity and cyber resilience. Fruitful cooperation of Russian and Kazakh allows to give the students the latest knowledge and skills that will be useful in further professional activities, for example:

  • in investigating cyber security incidents,

  • in assessing risks and the state of cyber resilience,

  • in designing implementing scientific and industrial projects,

  • in day-to-day activities to raise awareness of cybersecurity.

The set of disciplines offered in the program curriculum will allow students to assess the development of information security and gain unique experience both in theoretical research and in solving practical problems.

Research and professional activities

  • research, development, modification and application of models, methods, technologies, tools of information security;

  • application of computer engineering

  • methods of examination and design of protected information systems;

  • systems and tools of intelligence counteraction;

  • information security methods based on quantum mechanics;

  • cloud computing security;

  • audit of information security of intelligent city infrastructure.

Our graduates are welcome in many companies, including such as Seiko Epson Co, Samba Construction, OMEGA.KZ LLP, Alfa technologies, ALTERNATE, N-Com LLP, Newinttech, BP Solution and others developing organizations, as well as banks "NaIuk", "KazCom", etc.

Al-Farabi Kazakh State University (Kazakhstan)

Natalia Miloslavskaya

Russian