High School of Foreign Languages

Brief Description

Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University was opened as an educational establishment on November 26, 1997, in the main building on Manas Avenue, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Initially the education was conducted in Turkish and English. In 1999-2000 academic year, the academic committee officially founded the School of Foreign Languages. The School of Foreign Languages made its own contribution to improve the quality of education. It updated structure of the academic committee in 2012-2013 and fully meets the standards of modern education. Senior instructor Muhittin Gumush was the first director of this School. Professor Zamira Kasymbekovna Derbisheva was the director of School of Foreign Languages from 2002 to 2014. Associate Professor Taalaibek Abdiev has been the director since March 2014.

Goal of the School

In preparatory department students of all faculties, higher professional schools study Turkish and Kyrgyz compulsory as languages, since education is carried out in the Turkish and Kyrgyz languages in our university. In faculties and higher professional school, students have language classes. They are taught English, Kyrgyz, Russian, and German languages as foreign languages. All activities of Kyrgyz Turkish Manas University are aimed at effective language teaching and providing excellent education. 

Mission

Our mission is to join teenagers of different countries and societies who are members of Turkish speaking nations, encourage all societies to educate their members by collecting them around one aim, good qualified, standardized modern student who will respect cultural inheritance of Turkish world and will feel own responsibility in front of society, develop Turkish civilization along with adding deposit to international science.

Vision

Our aim is to be a school that gives education at highest degree and serves society by means of methods that are used in the process of teaching English, German, Russian and Chinese languages and scientific researches.

Activities

1. In preparatory department students of all faculties, professional schools are taught Turkish and Kyrgyz languages, since education is carried out in Turkish and Kyrgyz languages in our university.

2 . In the faculties and higher professional schools students have language classes. The Kyrgyz language is a compulsory subject for all students of all faculties and higher professional schools. Students also study English, Russian, German languages as compulsory/elective foreign languages.

3. In preparatory department students also get deep knowledge in English, Russian, Chinese languages depending the major students choose.

4. Our school organizes Kyrgyz, Russian, English, Turkish language courses for the university staff.

5. Our school organizes Kyrgyz language course to fulfill the demand and desire of the Kyrgyz state institutions.

6. Our school organizes Turkish language course to fulfill the demand and desire of private and state institutions.

7. Our school organizes language classes for students from social science institutions and Humanities institutions.

8. Our school in cooperation with the Ministry of education organizes language teaching seminars for Kyrgyz language teachers who work in Russian language schools.

9. Our school works in close cooperation with the Ankara University, TOMER (Turkish Teaching Center) and other institutions.

10. Our school carries out collaborations in the field of education according to the agreements signed by the university rectorate.

Cengiz Buyar, PhD
Associate Professor

Director

Greetings from the Director

“Unity in language, opinion and work”

Since the appearance of human being, people have been communicating, exchanging their opinions, expressing their feelings and desires with the help of language. It is one of the ways of realizing a wish. Language is a thing that differs and distinguishes us from other living creatures.

From the point of view of scientists and thinkers even if language has a lot of definitions, it is hard to define its role in society and human life and reflect on paper. As famous Turkic philologist M. Ergin said, “Language – is a living thing that supports the process of exchanging opinions between people. It is alive thing that lives and develops by its own rules and laws. It is a thing that unites and joins different nations, and it belongs to all humanity. It is at the same time a mysterious and a strong instrument of exchanging opinions.”

Language is not only the tool of communication. People can use language, but they cannot change it themselves according to their wishes. It is natural and invariable tool of communication. Language has its own rules. Language rules define the structure of language. Structure of any language is formed from the rules of this language. Language rules are important for language developing and supporting its use. Language rules play an important role in existence and use of language.

Like other ancient languages, death is peculiar to any language. Like other things, language is born, lives and dies. Language in life process can be in any kind of situation and condition. If these conditions and situations do not destroy its structure and originality,language will revive and develop. If completely opposite happens, language may die and disappear. Respecting language, respecting its laws are our first and foremost obligations.

Language is an inseparable part of nation; it is an important component of nation. Language serves as a bridge between history and future; it strengthens the unity and solidarity of a nation. Language is voice of a country, its flag, and the symbol of independence.

Carrying out education in Kyrgyz and Turkish languages of Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University plays great role. This is the reason that our school has big responsibility.We are always ready to implement our duties with pride in an efficient way.

The fact that students from different parts of Turkic world get education in our university always makes us happy. Particularly, we made a big contribution to learning languages of undergraduates and academic staff. Moreover, students study English, German, Russian languages as foreign languages. All these activities are being implemented by our active academic staff.

Since the establishment of our university, our school has been successfully doing its job. I would like to express my gratitude to my colleagues, and I wish success in their work . I want our dear students to trust their instructors and believe in their efficiency. O ur ultimate goal is to train students and prepare competent efficient specialists as the members of the contemporary world. I would like to thank our teaching staffs who have been contributing to education so far.

Administration:
Secretary of the Highschool
Zeynep Mamitova