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Sharing NU Experience
June 2015
Session: Sharing Career and Advising Center’s experience
Target audience: Career Professionals from Kazakhstani higher education institutions
The session will create a platform for sharing NU’s experience in establishing Career Centers, will
provide information about the Center’s activities, as well as an opportunity to discuss, explore
challenges and share good practice.
Topics covered during the session:
Career Development and Advising at Nazarbayev University
Challenges at Career Work
Working with Internship Providers and Employers
1) Ms. Yevgeniya Kim, Director, Career and Advising Center, Nazarbayev University
2) Ms. Dina Vyortkina, Head of Instructional Technology, Nazarbayev University
Information for participants
Career Professionals of Kazakhstani higher education institutions and representatives of Kazakhstani
and international organizations are welcome to take part in sharing their projects and experiences.
Please contact us for further details.
Contact information
Yevgeniya Kim- tel. + 7 (7172) 70 90 16; e-mail: [email protected]
Venue: 6141
9:00 – 9:15
9:15 – 9:30
Session Opening –Welcome Speech
9:30 – 10:45
Presentation: Career and Advising Center at Nazarbayev
The purpose of the session is to share the existing practices to deliver
careers’ education and information, to guide the students in shaping
their future.
10:45 – 11:00
University Internship and Employment Programs
Career Advising Program
Students’ Professional Development: Helping to Bridge the
Skills Gap
Coffee Break
Workshop: Relationship with Employer
11:00 – 16:00
“We prepare graduates for jobs that don’t yet exist, who will have to
solve problems we don’t yet know about”.
The labour market is complex and volatile, and students need your
help to navigate these complexities and make good decisions about
their career paths. From the employer side, employers are competing
for the best graduates, so how do you position your graduates for
employment success? A successful Employer Relations unit will work
proactively with employers and other external organisations to
provide opportunities and resources for work experience and
graduate employment.
How do you set up and run a successful External Relations unit, how
do you make productive and successful relationships with employers,
and filter those you need from the range available, what roles do you
need, what services should you offer, what are your IT needs, and how
do you set charges to employers? If these are some of the questions
you are tackling at the moment, this workshop will be of benefit to
you. Sue Bennett, Director of Student Careers and Skills, University of
Warwick will talk about how they set up an External Relations Unit,
and how its services have evolved. She will also encourage you to
think about what you need to do next.
13:00 – 14:00
Lunch break

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