UW–Madison team begins third phase of agreement with Kazakhstan university

The University of Wisconsin–Madison recently moved into the third phase of a consulting agreement with Nazarbayev University (NU) in Astana, Kazakhstan, with a goal of fostering more faculty and staff collaborations between the two universities.

UW–Madison is among a group of leading institutions enlisted in an ambitious effort to create a world-class, English-language, research institution designed to serve Kazakhstani students in their home country. Previously, the Kazakhstan government had supported thousands of students in their studies outside of the country.

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