Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

   Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakh: Ál-Farabı atyndaǵy Qazaq Ulttyq Únıversıti), also called KazGU or KazNU, is a university in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Named after the Eastern philosopher and scholar al-Farabi, it is one of the country’s largest universities. KazNU is the oldest classical university of the Republic established by a Decree of the Kazakh Regional Committee (KRC) office dated November 13, 1933. One year after Kazakhstan’s 1990 declaration of independence, the name was changed to Al-Farabi Kazakh State University. According to the QS World University Rankings KazNU takes 220th place in the rating of the best universities of the world. 

   FACULTIES

Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics

Physics Faculty

Biology Faculty

Chemistry Faculty

Geography Faculty

History Faculty

Philology Faculty

Faculty of Journalism

Faculty of International Relations

Oriental Studies Faculty

Faculty of Political Science and Philosophy

Law Faculty