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Dear students,

The School of Engineering and Digital Sciences (SEDS) trains specialists and innovators in the areas of engineering and digital sciences. The School advances teaching, learning, and research excellence through critical inquiry and knowledge creation for the benefit of society. Indeed, SEDS is one of the key pillars supporting the Digital Kazakhstan initiative and the needs of the country to advance in a constantly changing world.

We are proud to provide an innovative curriculum coupled with collaborative research opportunities that encourage our students to grow and excel in an environment that emphasizes the pursuit of excellence, the respect for the individual and the institution, the free exchange of ideas, and the recognition of achievements based on merit. 

We welcome you to our community in these difficult times with the explicit promise of our faculty, staff, and administration to help you realize your full potential.

With best regards,

Professor Vassilios Tourassis,

Dean of the School of Engineering and Digital Sciences

Nazarbayev University

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

  • When does the class start?

You can find the information in Academic Calendar.

  • When the orientation week is going to start?

The orientation week will run on August 10-14, 2020.

  • When does the course registration start?

You can find the information in Academic Calendar.

  • Is it obligatory to attent the orientation week sessions?

Yes, attendance is mandatory for the students. Futher actions (educational contract signing,  courses registration, scholarship etc.) will be aviable for those students who attended the orientation week.

  • Is it possible to transfer from one school to another? If so, how?

If a student discovers that the first choice of major does not correspond to his/her interests or intellectual abilities, s/he may seek to change the degree. To transfer between Schools or Majors, follow the procedure:

  1. Contact the School (or Department Chair of the Major) you want to transfer to;
  2. Fill in the Transfer form, collect all signatures and submit the form to the School office you are transferring to.

NOTE:

  • Transfer forms submitted after registration period will be processed in the following semester;
  • Check with the School you wish to transfer to for more information. Each School has its own transfer requirements.
  • CS/robotics students and Engineering majors students will have different sessions (Q&A and mock registration sessions) but what about students with undeclared major? Should they attend both sessions?

Q&A sessions are not mandatory, but if students have questions to SEDS administration, they are welcome to attend these sessions. The sessions are not divided by Majors, thus every student is welcome.

  • Can I change my major during the orientation week/registration period?

Yes,within first 2 weeks the students can transfer between majors/schools. After entering the University, students may discover that their first choice of major does not correspond to their interests or intellectual abilities. Those students may seek to change their major. The University supports these decisions by allowing internal transfers between UG majors. In order to transfer to another department, student has to meet the transfer requirements of the department s/he is willing to transfer to. The completed Transfer form signed by the Dean of the Receiving School shall be submitted to the School Office.

  • Is it possible that a certain course does not fit into the schedule whatsoever?

School Administration carefully plans a schedule each semester for departments and it depends what courses students are planning to take. A clash may occur if the student decides to take a course from other NU School.

  • How can I log in to My Registrar? How can I choose academic advisor?

Academic advisers will be assigned once the classes will start. Academic Advising Unit (AAU) works with the first year undergraduate students. AAU provides assistance in course selection and course registration, supports students with academic difficulties, provides personalized advising which considers the special needs of each student and makes referrals to relevant offices, when necessary.

  • How many times can I change my major throughout my Undergraduate studies?

The University supports these decisions by allowing internal transfers between UG majors. In order to transfer to another department, student has to meet the transfer requirements of the department s/he is willing to transfer to. Students who choose to transfer between Schools should consult with the Academic Advising Unit. Transfers between Schools will occur between the posting final grades and start of the next semester.

  • Hello! There is a problem regarding to the bank account opening. The message was in spam and I opened and it late. All needed documents are sent to NU and I have worked on every recommendation. Please, help me fix this problem, because I’m afraid that this issue may affect my admission. I hope you understand.

Regarding the stipend issues please contact to Bursar’s Office (bursars_office@nu.edu.kz).

  • If I am not 18 years old and as a result can not get Digital ID in order to enroll for provision of education online during the Orientation Week, am I allowed to do it old-fashioned way by sending it by post?

This question is under consideration of the Administration.

  • Good afternoon, I am experiencing a problem with logging into my nu.edu.kz account, I remember exactly my password, but I can’t enter the site or other applications associated with this mail. The problem is that everything works fine from a phone or other device, but my personal pc does not accept my password, calling it incorrect, how can I solve this problem?

Try to sign out of all your google accounts and try to use different browser.

  • What is the difference in 1L, 1R, 1lb and etc. in the course schedule? How to decide what to choose?

Lecture (L), Lab (Lb), Tutorial (T), Recitation (R).

  • Can you please provide me my NU email account details (username and temporary password)?

If you have any questions, you can contact the IT Help Desk via: +7 (7172) 70-62-00, helpdesk@nu.edu.kz

  • What should I do if I didn’t attend to the registration and attendance check

Please contact the School office by email seds_office@nu.edu.kz

  • How much is stipend? is it paid during summer holidays?

Please contact Bursar’s Office (bursars_office@nu.edu.kz) if you have any questions related to stipend issues

  • Why if I registered to zoom conferences by NU email but entered with my old email?

Please log in with your NU email account only.

  • Dear Mr/Mrs, My name is Yerkezhan, and this year I was accepted for Master’s programme at NU. In addition, I work at NLA in C4 block as a RA. As I am working and studying at NU, I would like to ask a permission to stay at Student Accommodation, as it may be safe for me and people around me in the lab. Since I rent an apartment far from NU, I use a bus to come to the university. Addition to this, I do not have proper Environment to study, as I rent a flat with several people. I genuinely hope that you will consider my candidacy knowing the current situation with COVID-19. I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Please contact Student Housing <student_housing@nu.edu.kz>, if you have any questions related to accomodation issues. Accommodation on campus is primarily provided to nonresident students.

 

You can ask your question filling the FORM.  All the answers will be posted in this section.

Orientation Week 2020 Schedule

Link to download Schedule for Bachelor

Link to download Schedule for Masters and PhD

All sessions will be avilable in ZOOM. The access links will be provided on students’ NU account emails.

Academic programs

Bachelor program

The typical curriculum for the Bachelor program is shown in the tables below:

CHEMICAL & MATERIALS ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Calculus I Calculus II
Physics I Physics II
Introduction to Engineering Engineering Materials II
Programming for Engineers Kazakh I
History of Kazakhstan Rhetoric & Composition
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra Applied Statistics
Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering Numerical Methods in Engineering
Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry Fluid Mechanics
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Organic and Polymer Chemistry
Technical Writing Ethics
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Instrumental Methods of Analysis for Engineers Separation Processes
Heat and Mass Transfer Chemical Reaction Engineering
Applied Mathematics for Process Design Chemical Engineering Lab 1
Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Management Managerial Economics
Elective 1 Interdisciplinary Design Project
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Capstone Project Capstone Project
Process Design and Simulation Materials Chemistry
Chemical Engineering Lab 2 Chemical Process Control and Safety
Language and Ethnicity Elective 3
Elective 2 Elective 4

CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Calculus I Calculus II
Physics I for Scientists and Engineers with Laboratory Physics II for Scientists and Engineers with Laboratory
Introduction to Engineering Engineering Materials I
Programming for Engineers Kazakh I
Rhetoric & Composition History of Kazakhstan
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra Applied Probability and Statistics
Structural Mechanics I Numerical Methods in Engineering
Civil Engineering CAD and Surveying Structural Analysis
Environmental Chemistry Environmental Engineering
Ethics Technical Writing
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Structural Design - Concrete Structural Design – Steel
Geotechnical Engineering Geotechnical Design
Fluid Mechanics I Hydraulics and Hydrology
Civil Engineering Materials Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship & Management
Managerial Economics *Elective 1 or IDP
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Capstone Project I Capstone Project II
Transportation Engineering Construction Technology & Management
Kazakh II Elective 4
Elective 2 Elective 5
Elective 3 Elective 6

COMPUTER SCIENCE

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Calculus I Calculus II
Physics I with Lab Physics II with Lab
Programming for Scientists and Engineers Performance and Data Structures
History of Kazakhstan (CORE Communications 1)
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Computer Systems & Organization Formal Languages
Programming Languages Algorithms
Linear Algebra with Applications Microcontrollers with Lab
Discrete Mathematics Probability
SSH Communications 2 Kazakh Language 1
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Artificial Intelligence Computer Networks
Database Systems Operating Systems
Software Engineering Research Methods
Natural Science Elective 1 Natural Science Elective 2
Kazakh Language 2 CORE Entrepreneurship
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Senior Project I Senior Project II
Technical Elective 1 Technical Elective 3
Technical Elective 2 Technical Elective 4
Free Elective 1 CORE Ethics
SSH Social Science

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Calculus I Calculus II
Physics I Physics II
Introduction to Engineering Engineering Materials II
Programming for Engineers History of Kazakhstan
Rhetoric and Composition Kazakh I
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra Applied Probability and Statistics
Signals and Systems Numerical Methods in Engineering
Circuit Theory I Circuit Theory II
Digital Logic Design Solid State Devices
Ethics Technical Writing
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Electronic Circuits Microprocessor Systems
Linear Control Theory Data Structures and Algorithms
Digital Signal Processing Electric Machines and Drives
Computer Networks Power System Analysis
Communication Systems  Interdisciplinary Design Project
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Capstone Project Capstone Project
Managerial Economics Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship & Management
Kazakh II Elective 3
Elective 1 Elective 4
Elective 2 Elective 5

MECHANICAL & AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Calculus I Calculus II
Physics I Physics II
Introduction to Engineering Engineering Materials I
Programming for Engineers Rhetoric & Composition
History of Kazakhstan Kazakh I
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Engineering Mathematics Applied Probability and Statistics
Computer Aided Design Numerical Methods in Engineering
Structural Mechanics I Engineering Dynamics I
Environmental Chemistry Materials and Manufacturing I
Technical Writing Ethics
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Fluid Mechanics I Fluid Mechanics II
Engineering Thermodynamics Engineering Dynamics II
Machine Elements Design Computer Aided Engineering
Control Systems Managerial Economics
Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship & Management Elective 1
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Capstone Project Capstone Project
Heat Transfer Elective 3
Mechanical Systems Design Elective 4
Kazakh II Elective 5
Elective 2 Elective 6

ROBOTICS & MECHATRONICS

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Calculus I Calculus II
Physics I Physics II
Programming Performance and Data Structures
History of Kazakhstan Rhetoric & Composition
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics System Dynamics and Modeling
Electrical and Electronic Circuits I Electrical and Electronic Circuits II
Signals and Sensing with Laboratory Microcontrollers with Lab
Linear Algebra with Applications Introduction to Differential Equations
COMM/SHSS elective
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Mechanical Design with CAD Electromechanical Systems
Linear Control Theory Robotics I: Kinematics and Dynamics
Major Elective 1 Major Elective 2
Natural Science Elective 1 Probability
Kazakh Language Course 1 Kazakh Language Course 2
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Robotics II: Control, Modeling and Learning Robotic/Mechatronic System Design
Major Elective 3 Major Elective 4
Ethics Graduation Project
Natural Science Elective 2 Business Fundamentals & Entrepreneurship
HSS Elective

Masters program

The typical curriculum for the Masters program is shown in the tables below:

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Advanced Applied Mathematics Research Method and Ethics
Technical Communication Research Seminar
Anatomy and Physiology for Biomedical Engineering Advanced Tissue Engineering
Biosensors Elective 1
Biomaterials Science & Engineering Elective 2
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Research Project I Research Project II
Elective 3 Elective 4

CHEMICAL & MATERIALS ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Advanced Applied Mathematics Research Methods and Ethics
Technical communication Research Seminar
Advanced Materials Processing Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer
Advanced Materials Characterization Methods Elective 1
Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering Elective 2
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
MSc Thesis I MSc Thesis II
Elective 3 Elective 4

CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Technical Communication Research Method and Ethics
Advanced Applied Mathematics Research Seminar
Finite Element Methods Advanced Project Management
Advanced Soil Mechanics Elective 1
Advanced Environmental Chemistry Elective 2
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
MSc Thesis I MSc Thesis II
Elective 3 Elective 4

COMPUTER SCIENCE

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Software Principles and Practice Systems Elective
CS Theory Elective AI / Intelligent Systems Elective
Technical Elective 1 Technical Elective 2
Technical Communication Teaching Practicum
Research Methods Research Seminar
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Technical Elective 3 Thesis
Technical Elective 4
Technical Elective 5
Laboratory Practicum
Thesis Proposal

DATA SCIENCE

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Fundamentals of Data Science Statistical Analysis
Probability and Statistics for Data Science Data Mining and Decision Support
Database Management Systems Big Data Analytics
Process and Project Management Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Research Methods Research Seminar
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Technical Elective 1 Thesis
Technical Elective 2
Technical Elective 3
Data-Driven Innovation
Thesis Proposal

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Technical Communication Research Method and Ethics
Advanced Applied Mathematics Research Seminar
Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms System Modeling and Control
Embedded Systems and Applications Elective 1
Statistics and Probability Elective 2
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
MSc Thesis I MSc Thesis II
Elective 3 Elective 4

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Advanced Statistics and Probability Accounting
Research Methods & Ethics Management of Organizations
Engineering Management and Economy Finance
Project Management Marketing
Elective Business Strategy
Entrepreneurship
Leading Change
Business Communication
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Production and Service Operations Management Capstone Project
Supply Chain Management Managing Product and Service Development
Engineering Decision Tools Elective
Elective
Elective

MECHANICAL & AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Technical Communication Research Methods and Ethics
Advanced Applied Mathematics Research Seminar
Finite Element Methods Advanced CFD and Heat Transfer
Modern Control Engineering Elective 1
Advanced Manufacturing Processes Elective 2
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
MSc Thesis I MSc Thesis II
Elective 3 Elective 4

ROBOTICS

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Software Principles and Practice Hardware Software Co-Design
Robot Manipulation and Mobility Robot Perception and Vision
Dynamic Systems and Control SEDS technical elective
Technical Communication Teaching Practicum
Research Methods Research Seminar
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
ROBT Elective 1 Thesis
ROBT Elective 2
Laboratory Practicum
Thesis Proposal

PhD program

The typical curriculum for the PhD program is shown in the tables below:

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Research Methods and Ethics Thesis Research
Thesis Research Current Research Literature
Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer Advanced Chemical Engineering  Thermo
Advanced Chemical Reactions Engineering Graduate Elective Course 2
Graduate Elective Course 1 Graduate Elective Course 3
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research

CIVIL ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
DENG-782 Research Methods & Ethics* DCEE700 Thesis Research
DCEE700 Thesis Research DCEE701Current Research Literature
L-8 Graduate Elective Course 1* L-8 Graduate Elective Course 4*
L-8 Graduate Elective Course 2* L-8 Graduate Elective Course 5*
L-8 Graduate Elective Course 3* L-8 Graduate Elective Course 6*
Summer Term: DCEE700 Thesis Research
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
DCEE700 Thesis Research DCEE700 Thesis Research
Summer Term: DCEE700 Thesis Research
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
DCEE700 Thesis Research DCEE700 Thesis Research
Summer Term: DCEE700 Thesis Research
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
DCEE700 Thesis Research DCEE700 Thesis (DCEE700 Thesis Research#)
Summer Term: DCEE700 Thesis (DCEE700 Thesis Research#)

(*) Course may be waived for NU graduates and replaced by a Level-8 course (core or elective) selected by the student’s supervisory committee and approved by the corresponding departmental committee.

(**) All participating schools and departments with Level-8 courses

#If not submitted/defended

COMPUTER SCIENCE

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Research Methods and Ethics Thesis Research
Thesis Research Current Research Literature
Graduate Elective Course 1 Graduate Elective Course 4
Graduate Elective Course 2 Graduate Elective Course 5
Graduate Elective Course 3 Graduate Elective Course 6
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Research Methods and Ethics Thesis Research
Thesis Research Current Research Literature
Graduate Elective Course 1 Graduate Elective Course 4
Graduate Elective Course 2 Graduate Elective Course 5
Graduate Elective Course 3 Graduate Elective Course 6
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Research Methods and Ethics Thesis Research
Thesis Research Current Research Literature
Graduate Elective Course 1 Graduate Elective Course 4
Graduate Elective Course 2 Graduate Elective Course 5
Graduate Elective Course 3 Graduate Elective Course 6
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research

 

 

 

ROBOTICS ENGINEERING

YEAR 1
Semester 1 Semester 2
Research Methods and Ethics Thesis Research
Thesis Research Current Research Literature
Graduate Elective Course 1 Graduate Elective Course 4
Graduate Elective Course 2 Graduate Elective Course 5
Graduate Elective Course 3 Graduate Elective Course 6
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 2
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 3
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research
YEAR 4
Semester 1 Semester 2
Thesis Research Thesis Research
Summer Term: Thesis Research


Useful Links and Contacts

If you have questions, please refer to the contact below:

+7 747 462 52 74 (avialable working hours 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM)

Web sites of departments:

Academic Advising Unit (AAU)

Department of Student Affairs

NU Library

Psychological Counseling Center (PCC)

Office of the Registrar

Career and Advising Center

Writing Center

You can ask your question filling the FORM.  All the answers will be posted in this section.

Dates

Don’t miss these dates!

Bachelor Masters & PhD
 Beginning of Orientation Week August 10
 Registration for courses August 12 August 13
 Kazakh language placement test
August 12
 Start of classes August 17
 Add deadline August 28 August 24
 Drop deadline August 26 August 28

Course registration & Academic Procedures

NU has an online course registration system. Students can register courses in consultation with their academic advisors and based on their degree plans. Please use this link for more information.

  • All students have to follow Add/Drop/Withdrawal deadlines. They are indicated in the Academic Calendar on “Quick Links” at nu.edu.kz
  • The University conducts online registration on a priority basis. Priority can be given by School, major and/or year of study. The date on which registration is opened for each priority group will be indicated in the notice for the start of registration each semester/term.
  • In the fall and spring semesters minimum course load is 24 ECTS credits, maximum – 36 ECTS credits. In the summer term minimum course load is 2 ECTS credits, maximum – 16 ECTS credits. Students who are on Conditional or Probationary status should not be allowed to take more than 28 ECTS credits. Student need to consult with your academic advisor on this matter.
  • Some courses have pre-/co-/anti-requisites. Only students who fulfill these requirements can register for the course. Otherwise, the system will not allow students to register. List of requisites is available under the “Quick links” section on nu.edu.kz.
  • Some courses have registration priorities which open registration only for specific groups of students. Priorities are based on School/ year of study/major. For students outside of current priority, such courses will be marked in red in the “Course registration” module. List of priorities is available under the “Quick links” section on nu.edu.kz.
  • It is highly recommended to check all course requirments (requisites and priorities) prior to registrtion.
  • All students must send their schedule for advisor’s approval. Schedules are not considered valid until approved by an academic advisor.
  • For any questions regarding course schedules, please contact School Office.
  • There is a Waiting list (WL) function for coures that are full. If the course is full and has WL, a student can register for WL the same way as for a regular course. If somebody drops the course, the rst student on WL will be automatically registered for the course. A corresponding email will be sent.

Educational contracts

Due to the pandemic the Agreement on provision of educational services will be signed electronically with usual Electronic Digital Signature (ЭЦП) during the Orientation week.

Thus students participation in Orientation week is mandatory. Please note that the attendance will be checked and the Agreement will be provided only for participated students. After completing procedures the official emails will be sent to students to sign the agreement electronically.

Please note that for signing the contract you should have your Electronic Digital Signature (ЭЦП). You can receive it online from www.egov.kz.

If you need more information on the Agreements, please contact  Senior Manager for Academic and Student Affairs Aida Sultanali asultanali@nu.edu.kz  +7 777 557 59 87 (avilable working hours 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM)

IT resources

This webpage contains brief information and links to IT services for students. We hope this information will be helpful to you!

For communication with faculty and other members of the NU Community you will need a corporate email – please visit https://mail.google.com/ and login using credentials sent to your personal email earlier. Check your personal mailbox periodically, there will be instructions on how to access your student mail account in the form name.surname@nu.edu.kz and your user credentials to other IT resources. From the moment you have access to your mail account, use it to contact the University services.

During the learning process, you will need access to the following information systems and resources:

  • Corporate PCs  – all domain computers of the University;
  • https://moodle.nu.edu.kz  – is a University electronic course management system (virtual learning environment). LMS Moodle is utilized by students and faculty in order to perform such tasks as an exchange of files, audio and video data,messaging, chat activities, forums, online quizzes and etc.; Pay special attention to Moodle, the entire learning process is closely related to Moodle. In the Moodle environment you will receive assignments and take homework, receive grades. This is one of the required resources that you must use for study. Moodle Instructions(link)
  • https://registrar.nu.edu.kz – is an automated information system designed to automate the academic and internal processes of the University in terms of coordination, studying in the disciplines taught, registering all of their and academic disciplines throughout the training period;
  • https://library.nu.edu.kz – electronic resources of the Nazarbayev University Library;
  • https://my.nu.edu.kz – student portal;
  • https://prs.nu.edu.kz – you can recover password using the Password Recovery Service.

Learn more here how to login to these information systems and resources

Here you can find answers to your questions related to IT resources.

The first thing you need to know where to go if you have problems is helpdesk.

If you have any questions, you can contact the IT Help Desk via: +7 (7172) 70-62-00, helpdesk@nu.edu.kz

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