Within the framework of TALENT project scope, the full curriculum for the two-year TALENT master programme has been developed.
The process has been started by reviewing the common format of the application during the preparatory visits to each of the CA universities, identifying universities standards, and their own basic orientations (strong in research or not; business & management orientation versus social sciences & psychology orientation). As a result, the team has agreed on a more specified format:
specific HRM courses - 40 ECTS;
contextual courses - 20 ECTS;
supportive courses - 20 ECTS;
internships - 10 ECTS;
master thesis - 30 ECTS (120 ECTS in total).
Step by step, Talent Team succeeded in having very similar master programmes, allowing for future student exchange between the universities.

Venkat Subramanian

Associate Dean

Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Business
53 Kabanbay Batyr Ave, Nur-Sultan city,
010000 Republic of Kazakhstan

Anastassiya Aliyassova

Rector of InEU

Innovative University of Eurasia
Lomov street, 45, room 103
140000 Pavlodar
The Republic of Kazakhstan

Saikal Esenamanova

Project Manager

M.Ryskulbekov Kyrgyz Economic University
58, Togolok-Moldo street
Bishkek 720033
Kyrgyz Republic

Galina Gorborukova

Head of the Sociology Department

American University of Central Asia
7/6 Aaly Tokombaev Street, room 315
Bishkek, 720060
Kyrgyz Republic

Olesya Smagina

Course Leader for MA in HRM and Talent Development

Westminster International University in Tashkent
12, Istiqbol street
Tashkent 100047

Abror Juraev

Vice-rector for International Cooperation

Bukhara State University
M.Ikbol str., 11
200117 Bukhara

Talent: Strategic Aspects of Human Resource Management

TALENT project has provided opportunities for partners from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan universities and EU partners from Athens, Greece in the workgroup Strategic Aspects

Talent: Organisational Aspects of Human Resource Management

TALENT project includes partners from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan universities and EU partners.

Talent: Regulatory Aspects of Human Resource Management

In collaboration with partner Universities from Central Asia and EU countries, TALENT project facilitated the development of courses in four different work groups.
Our team developed course in regulatory aspects linked to human resource management and talent development.

Talent: HR Practices

TALENT project provided opportunity for partners from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and EU partners from Belgium to design courses in the workgroup HR Practices.