In April 2014, the University of Tsukuba Almaty Office was established at the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University in the city of Almaty, Kazakhstan. Together with the Tashkent Office in the Central Asian region, the mission of the Almaty Office is to promote research in the fields of Japanese language education, Central Asian Studies, and other interdisciplinary areas, to support the publication and dissemination of scholarly articles, and to organize international conferences, symposia, as well as cultural events in both Japan and Kazakhstan.
May 2019: Online Conference Held Between the University of Tsukuba and Al-Farabi Kazakh National University
April 2019: Oriental Studies Olympics 2019 Held in Kazakhstan
5th International Student Forum Held in Kazakhstan
21st Japanese Speech Contest in Kazakhstan
Lecture Held on "Environment Issues in Kazakhstan"
Japan Week 2019 in Kazakhstan
2019 Russian Language Training in Kazakhstan
May 2018: KazNU Entered the Top 220 World Universities
Summer School 2018 on Japanese Language and Culture held in Almaty
Mar 2018: Oriental Studies Olympics 2018 held in Kazakhstan
Japan Week 2018 in Kazakhstan
4th International Student Forum Held in Kazakhstan
2018 Russian Language Training in Kazakhstan
Jan 2018: 2nd Online Conference Held between University of Tsukuba and Al-Farabi Kazakh National University
Dec 2017: Delegation from Al-Farabi Kazakh National University visits University of Tsukuba
Oct 2017: Study in Japan Fair 2017 Held in Kazakhstan
Study in Japan meeting held in Kazakhstan
Special Japanese Classes Held in Kazakh High Schools
Japanese Speech Contest for International Students Held in Moscow
Jul 2017: Proceedings of the Central Asia-Japan Research Conference held last February 2017 are now available online.
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- Masaki Ono : Director
- Takashi Ninomiya : Coordinator, University of Tsukuba Almaty Office, Kazakhstan
- Yuko Akita: Coordinator, University of Tsukuba, Japan