Learning programs

The faculty of journalism and political science releases specialists in the following areas:

Bachelor degree:

5B050400 – Journalism (elective subjects - Kazakh language, history of Kazakhstan, two creative examinations)

5В042200 Publishing (elective subject in two creative examinations)

5B050200 – political Science (elective subject in world history)

5В051400 - public relations (elective subject – two creative examinations)

Master (profile and scientific-pedagogical):

6М050400 - Journalism

6М042200 - Publishing

6M050200 – Political Science


6D050400 – Journalism

6D050200 – Political Science.

The PhD program is implemented jointly with leading foreign universities: Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Latvia, Netherlands, Russia, France, Sweden,

Italy, Israel, Japan, Korea, USA, Canada, Turkey, China, Ukraine, Poland, Bulgaria.

There are three departments at the faculty - the Department of TV and Radio and Public Relations, the Department of Printing and Publishing, the Department of

Political Science.


The Department of TV and Radio and Public Relations was established on February 26, 2009.

Graduates of the Department can work:

- television and radio host;

- in business journalism;

- managers media;

- producers;

- advertising agents;

- specialists in Public Relations;

- employees of press services of companies and corporations.


The Department of printing and publishing was founded in 1998.

A great contribution to the development of the Department made laureate of the State prize of R of K., Akseleu Slanovich Seydimbek.

The Department trains specialists:

- correspondents of newspapers and magazines;

- specialists of news agencies;

- literary media workers;

- media editors;

- technical editors of periodicals;

- advertising agents;

- managers of book publishing.


The Department of Political Sciences was founded in 1999.

The Department trains specialists:

- politician - analyst;

- expert;

- counselor;

- image maker;

- conflictologist;

- political technologist;

- specialist in public relations;
- political consultant;
- specialist in foreign policy and international relations;

- тeacher in secondary and vocational schools.