Courses designed with employability in mind
Put together with continual input from leading employers, DMU undergraduate courses are designed with employability in mind and provide the professional skills and practical experience businesses are looking for.
Your path to a degree at DMU Kazakhstan: we will offer a range of in demand courses that build key capabilities and help provide positive employment outcomes. This will provide a clear pathway for student learning success.
Our courses - Undergraduate
We will be offering a range of undergraduate programmes starting in academic year 2022-23:
Degrees offered will be related to:
All Undergraduate Bachelors programmes are 4 years in duration.
When you apply to DMU Kazakhstan we will ask you to select your chosen degree. All students will start their first year of study on the International Year Zero programme which will provide the foundation for them to achieve the most out of the next stages of their chosen degree.
Once you have successfully completed the International Year Zero you can move onto your specialist chosen area of study.
Your pathway to success
Year 1 - Strengthening English abilities, introducing concepts & key academic skills - developing the critical skills, knowledge and ability to succeed, introduction to chosen degree and business units.
Year 2 - Begin studying specific modules more in depth for chosen subject areas.
Year 3 - More advanced learning and analysis on subject areas
Year 4 - Development of research and critical thinking and analysis skills in readiness for employment.
Supporting you in your journeyWe’ll support you every step of the way whichever course you choose – providing you with high quality teaching, modern facilities, and great learning. We will have increased focus on seminars or tutorials that allow closer interaction between students and a member of staff in the form of discussion in small groups or one-to-one that replicate practice in the professional world, allowing for experimentation, ideas, and teamwork.
We will look to expand our course programmes in later years to offer additional high demand subjects and offerings.