Frequently asked questions:
Because it has many advantages over traditional forms of training – it’s training at a convenient time, in a convenient location, and at a convenient pace:
- Training is 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.
- Consulting support from highly qualified specialists, professors and teachers.
- You do not waste time on trips to the place of study (2-3 hours a day!). Better excess traffic on the network than the extra liters of gasoline!
- Instead of standing in a traffic jam – working behind a computer screen.
- Teaching at home, at work, on a business trip, on vacation and on the road – wherever you can connect to the Internet
- Training before and after work, at lunch time and during a “break”. Probably, in specially allotted hours during working hours.
- At home – at any time, including night. If you are an “owl”, BEFORE – hit the bull’s-eye.
- For young and large mothers – the only way to learn.
- For persons who are restricted in movement – disabled, servicemen, etc.
- For nonresident – for all the time you need to come just once! The savings on paying for accommodation are many times higher than the cost of training!
Does the institution implementing distance learning programs have state accreditation and a license for educational activities?
Yes, all universities that train students in distance education programs must have a license, as well as an appendix to the license – a list of professional educational programs for which this institution has the right to conduct educational activities, and accreditation.
There is no distance form of training – there is a distance learning technology. In KazNPU named after Abai, distance technology is introduced on the correspondence form of training. For students enrolled in accelerated educational programs after higher education the term of study is 2 years, after the secondary professional – 3 years.
In accordance with the academic calendar 2 times a year for the delivery of final control (examination).