Students from Toraighyrov University  are studying in Sofia, Bulgaria, under the academic mobility program.

Seven students went to Bulgaria in the areas of biotechnology, standardization, certification and metrology, automation and control, metallurgy, chemical technology of organic substances: Aruzhan Nasyrova, Larina Dugina, Aruzhan Kasymova, Alikhan Kaken, Aidana Yertysbaeva, Salima Amankeldy, Aisulu Uzdymbaeva.
- The University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, where I study under academic mobility, is very large and is divided into several blocks.  There are many different laboratories for specialties (for example, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and others).  It's just a chemist's dream, - said Aruzhan Nasyrova, 4th year student.
The students also met with Temirtay Izbastin,  the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the Republic of Bulgaria .
It should be noted that UCTM is in the ranking of the best universities in Bulgaria and ranks first in the areas of materials and materials science, metallurgy, and chemical technology.
Academic mobility of students contributes to obtaining a universal educational and scientific experience, it is important for personal development.  It also gives young scientists the opportunity to get acquainted with the principle of operation of the latest technologies.
ToU has many foreign partner universities.  And participation in the academic mobility program is a chance for every university student to get the experience of studying abroad.
If you have questions about  academic mobility, please contact the International Office, office 260