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The strategy of ensuring quality of education in the Republic of Kazakhstan

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Курманов Н. Doctor of Economic Sciences 
Tolysbaev B.S. Doctor of Economic Sciences 

The sphere of business education is analysed and strategy of its development in Kazakhstan with use of methods of the strategic analysis, such as SWOT-and PEST analysis, nine-factorial model of strategic management is developed. The analysis of the current state of the market of formation of Kazakhstan is carried out, the Kazakhstan model of business education is analysed: are revealed its strong and weaknesses, the strategic map of further development of business and educational process in the country is developed.

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