Faculty of Humanities

Бекбалаев Амангельды Абдыжапарович

Dean of the Faculty of Humanities,
Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor

 

Amangeldi Abdyjaparovich Bekbalaev

   
Address: 44 Chui Ave, Office # 422, Bishkek,
720000, Kyrgyz Republic

 

Tel: (996 312) 68-00-22, 43-75-03
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The Faculty of Humanities was founded in 1995 to prepare highly qualified professionals and researchers in the field of humanities. 

Academic Process

The Faculty of Humanities offers its students an opportunity to pursue a broadly based programmes of study emphasizing the different ways in which human cultures and their multiple forms of expression developed and continue to develop today.
 
Humanities courses pay much attention to the ways peoples in various times and places expressed cultural virtues and ideas of philosophical, religious, moral, political and aesthetic nature. They foster a critical approach to reading and research that, in helping students learn to identify and question preconceived assumptions and values, allows them to engage and appreciate the interrelationship between diverse value systems and thereby to develop an analysis of the human and of human community.The core activities at the Faculty of Humanities are research, education and dissemination of knowledge.
 
The faculty has nine academic departments, offering a wide range of educational programmes at bachelor,specialist, graduate and PhD levels.
 

The Faculty trains specialists in the following:

  • Areas:
    • philology;
    • history;
    • culturology;
    • marketing;
    • psychology;
    • linguistics;
    • philosophy.
  • Majors:
    • Teacher of the Russian language and literature, with an additional specialisations in teaching Russian language as a foreign language and Literary Criticism and Editing;
    • Teacher of Culturology;
    • Teacher of History;
    • Marketing specialist;
    • Teacher of Psychology, with  an additional specialisations in "Psychology of Labour and Organizational Networks",Social Psychology", and "Developmental psychology".
    • Linguist - Interpreter;
    • Linguist, Specialist in intercultural communication;
    • Linguist-teacher;
    • Teacher of Philosophy, with an additional specialisation in: social philosophy, esthetics and art business.

Structure 

The Faculty of Humanities is composed of nine academic departments as follows:

 
  • Department of Russian Language and Literature 
    Head of the Department – Galina Petrovna Shepelova, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Professor
    Tel: +996 312 437503
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  • Department of Psychology
    Head of the Department – Irina Aleksandrovna, Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor
    Tel: +996 312 680203
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  • Department of History and Literature Theory 
    Head of the Department –  Bahtiyar Turarovich Koichuev, Candidate of Philogical Sciences, Associate Professor
    Tel: +996 312 68 01 81
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  • Department of History, Culturology and Marketing
    Head of the Department – Vladimir Mikhailovich Ploskih, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Academician of Kyrgyz Academy of Sciences
    Tel: +996 312 437511
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  • Department of Philosophy
    Head of the Department – Askar Chukutaevich Kakeyev, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Academician of Kyrgyz Academy of Sciences 
    Tel: +996312 43 89 21
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  • Department of Philosophy and Political Science
    Head of the Department – Vitaly Vyacheslavovich Pankov, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor
    Tel: +996 312 68 07 62
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  • Department of Germanic Philology
    Head of the Department- Orunkan Satarbaevna Abdykhaimova, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor
    Tel: +996 312 43 44 31
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  • Department of Theory and Practice of the English language and Intercultural Communication
    Head of the Department – Olga Yurievna Shubina, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor
    Tel: +996 312 43 44 12
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  • Department of Kyrgyz Language
    Head of the Department – Kutmanbek Abakovich Bialiev, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor
    Tel: +996 312 68 01 81
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The teaching and learning strategies outlined are also supported by the following facilities:
  • Five resource centers;
  • Two learning laboratories;
  • Two scientific and research centers.

Faculty and students

The Faculty of Humanities is home to about 2,000 humanities and social sciences students and around 135 academic staff and scholars with advanced academic degrees. 

Postgraduate Study 

The Faculty of Humanities offers postgraduate programmes of study (Aspiranture and Doktorantura) in the following areas of study:
 
  • National History;
  • Theory of Language;
  • Russian Language;
  • Comparative-historical, typological and contrastive linguistics;
  • Russian literature
  • Abroad literature, Kyrgyz literature;
  • Social psychology;
  • Clinical psychology;
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  • Ontology of Learning;
  • History of philosophy;
  • Social Philosophy;
  • Religious Studies;
  • Philosophical Anthropology;
  • Philosophy of Culture.
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 International relations

The Faculty of Humanities maintains close cooperation with the following institutions:

 

  •  Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov;
  •  Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia;
  •  Moscow Institute of Russian Language named after A. Pushkin;
  •  Saint Petersburg State  University;
  •  Maxim Gorky Literature Institute;
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  • Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
  • Tambov State Universiy named after G.R. Derzhavin;
  •  Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University;
  • Omsk State Pedagogical University;
  • Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
  • Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
  • Arctic State Institute of Art and Culture (Yakutsk, Russia);
  • Goethe Institute (Germany);
  • Lanzhou University (PRC);
  • Xinjiang State University (PRC);
  • Waitt Institute for Discovery
  • Federal Institute of Development of Education (Russia);
  • Russian Philosophical Society, etc.

Further information may be requested from the International Relations Office and/or the department you are applying to.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 January 2017 12:35