Development of scientific-research competencies of Master students

Development of scientific-research competencies of Master students

On 2 and 3th of July 2 to 3, 2019, the National Erasmus + Office in Kyrgyzstan conducted a training on the topic: “Development of scientific-research competencies of Master students”, based on the International University of Kyrgyzstan.

The purpose of the seminar was to improve the quality of master’s programs through the development of research competence of undergraduates and its relationship with the undergraduate and scientific skills of doctoral students.

Currently, in Kyrgyzstan there is no single requirement for the preparation and writing of a master’s thesis. Universities independently introduce requirements for students’ research work.

Mr. Kees Kouwenaar was the invited EU expert, Secretary General of the University of Aurora Network.

The expert acquainted participants with approaches to the development of research competencies of undergraduates and shared best practices in writing a scientific article and a master’s thesis in European universities.

During the training, participants were divided in small working groups and worked with applying the methods and tools in the disciplines, developed requirements for a scientific article and a master’s thesis, as well as criteria for evaluating scientific work (publications and candidate dissertations).

Following the training, participants were awarded certificates.

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