|Project Title||Kyrgyz – Turkish Anatolian Vocational High School|
|Overall Project Value(EUR)||1 000 001 - 2 000 000|
|Project Start – Project End||March 3, 1992–|
Funding and Implementing Organizations
|Origin of Funding||Other|
|Implementing Organization / Consortium|
|Contact / Team Leader / Project Team||
|Beneficiary||Agency for Vocational Education and Training|
Project Summary, Objectives and Results
The Kyrgyz-Turkish Anatolian Vocational High School was opened in 1992 after an Agreement between Turkey and Kyrgyzstan on cooperation in the field of education, culture and science. About 40% of the students come from a socially vulnerable group. All of the students therefore are provided with favorable conditions for full-time study: dormitories, 3 meals a day, and scholarships. The school is funded by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Turkey. Graduates who wish to continue their education in Turkey are able to pursue their studies for free at the technological universities in Turkey.
The Lyceum offers:
• Free education
Cost for books, school uniforms, food are also covered by Lyceum.
|Education Sector||VET (IVET & CVET)|
|Components of the Education Process||Social Partnership, Teaching and learning technologies (arrangements)|
|Occupational Field||Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Leather and Textiles|
|Target Groups||Developers of standards, programs, curricula etc., Employers and employer organisations, Learners (scholar, student, apprentice etc.), Lecturers, teachers, instructors, trainers|
Students who have successfully completed the 8th grade can enter the school by passing entrance exams. After a preparatory class, students are divided into two departmnets: clothing and webdesign. There are four languages taught at the school: Turkish, Kyrgyz, Russian and English languages.
More than 400 students have graduated the school so far.
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