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Developing effective business education strategies in Kazahstan: why it is possible?

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Tolysbaev B.S. Doctor of Economic Sciences 

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the current state of business education market in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The research methodology is based on the processing of secondary data that makes it possible to conduct a preliminary analysis of the problems. The author gives an assessment of the current business education system. The conducted study led to the conclusion that contemporary business education in the Republic of Kazakhstan provides rather quality education from an academic point of view, though faces certain problems when focusing on business needs. The author reveals the existing problems and deficiencies of the business education system in the country, as well as identifies key trends and growth options of bachelor and master degree courses, as well as short-term courses in business education system in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

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