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Erasmus+ KA1

Key Action 1
Learning mobility for individuals

1. "Credit mobility": the well-known Erasmus programme is for the first time open to non EU universities, students and staff. Erasmus+ funds credit mobility i.e. student mobility between 3 and 12 months (in both directions) to obtain credits in a host institution, which are then recognised by the home institution. European citizens will have an opportunity to study or teach at higher education institutions worldwide, and non-European students and teachers will be able to study, teach and train in Europe, i.e. this is an opportunity of learning, teaching and training in Europe and beyond for representatives from all sectors of education and training. University staff consists of agents of change in their home institutions.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of inter-institutional agreements between universities from "Programme"1 and Partner countries. This action is decentralised and managed by a network of National Agencies in Programme Countries. This action is open to participation from higher education institutions worldwide, though only institutions from Programme Countries can submit applications to their National Agency.

(1) Programme countries include 28 EU member states, as well as Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, all countries that contribute to program financing and have the National Agency for Program Management. The Partner Countries are all other countries of the world.

2. "Degree mobility": excellent joint Master degrees are offered by consortia of EU and –optionally – non-EU universities. This is the continuation of Action 1 of Erasmus Mundus, which has proved to be very successful and given a lot of visibility worldwide to the universities involved. Excellent students and staff from anywhere in the world can get high level scholarships to participate in the Joint Master Degrees. Students have to be mobile to at least two different European countries. This action is centrally managed by EACEA in Brussels.

The former Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorates Degrees have integrated under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (Horizon 2020). This action is open to participation from higher education institutions worldwide, though only institutions from Programme Countries can submit applications to EACEA on behalf of the consortium.

 

Assessment systems at Sh.Ualikhanov Kokshetau University

Academic achievements (knowledge, abilities, skills and competencies) of students are assessed in points on a 100-point scale, corresponding to the internationally accepted letter system with a digital equivalent (positive marks, in descending order, from “A” to “D” (100- 50), and “unsatisfactory” - “FX” (25-49), “F” (0-24), and marks according to the traditional system. The mark “FX” is given only for the final exam.

Alphabetic grade

Digital equivalent

Points (% content)

Assessment according to the traditional system

Criteria

А

4,0

95-100

Excellent

Deeply and meaningfully mastered the program material in full, expounds it at a high scientific and theoretical level, studied the basic and additional literature and skillfully uses this material when answering; is competent in matters of the educational program, establishes intra-subject and inter-subject connections; can confirm theoretical positions with examples, diagrams, calculations, etc., is able to apply theoretical material to solve problems of increased complexity. When answering, one or two inaccuracies are possible, which the student quickly and easily corrects after the teacher's remark

А-

3,67

90-94

В+

3,33

85-89

Good!

He fully disclosed the content of the material in the volume provided for by the exam program, studied the basic and additional literature; presents the material in a competent language, owns the concepts and terminology adopted in the disciplines under consideration; has general knowledge of the direction of the educational program; knows how to successfully apply theoretical material to solving problems above the average level of complexity; in the presentation of the material made minor gaps that do not distort the content of the answers to the questions

В

3,0

80-84

В-

2,67

75-79

С+

2,33

70-74

С

2,0

65-69

Satisfactorily

Possesses knowledge of key terminology and theories of the provisions being considered; knows how to apply theoretical material to solve typical problems; makes minor errors and inaccuracies, violations of the logical sequence of the presentation of the material, does not sufficiently argue theoretical positions

С-

1,67

60-64

D+

1,33

55-59

D-

1,0

50-54

FX

0,5

25-49

Unsatisfactory

Detects gaps in knowledge of the main program material, makes fundamental mistakes in answering additional questions; demonstrates the amount of knowledge that is insufficient for further professional activity.

F

0

0-24

Complete lack of understanding of the essence and objectives of the discipline

 

Visa. Insurance. Accommodation

The International Projects Management Centre will assist in obtaining visas, insurance and accommodation.

Contacts on Erasmus + KA1 Credit Mobility at Sh.Ualikhanov Kokshetau University:

koksuprojects@kgu.kz

saduova.2018@bk.ru

+77162255509