Almaty Management University implements the principles of the UN SDGs

Almaty Management University implements the principles of the UN SDGs

Almaty Management University (AlmaU) is an entrepreneurial and socially responsible university located in Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan. It is the only higher educational institution in the Commonwealth of Independent States included in the QS World University Rankings: Global MBA Rankings. AlmaU implements the principles of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through UN Academic Impact, PRME, and other initiatives.

The university’s societal impact and commitment to social responsibility have been recognized by the Times Higher Education Ranking (THE), with AlmaU ranked among the Top 301+ universities in the global Times Higher Education Impact Ranking 2020. Each year, AlmaU confirms its global impact and consistently holds a top position among business schools in the Central Asian region, ranking in the top 3 according to Eduniversal (France) and in the top 5 in the CIS Region according to “ExpertRA” (Russia).

International development is a key strategic direction for AlmaU’s internationalization. The university maintains strong connections with representatives from over 40 countries, including 150 partner institutions and more than 20 associations. Main areas of cooperation include faculty and student exchanges, double degree programs, joint international projects, experience exchange, and research and development.

Vision: Almaty Management University is an entrepreneurial, socially responsible world-class university.

Mission: We shape a new generation of leaders with an entrepreneurial mindset and make an impact on the development of a knowledge economy in dynamic societies.

Key values of the University:

  1. Partnership for the benefit of society
  2. Leadership
  3. Freedom
  4. Responsibility
  5. Team spirit and synergy

Strategic Directions to Stay a Meaningful and Impactful University:

  1. Generation and knowledge management
  2. Entrepreneurship ecosystem
  3. AlmaU’s contribution to the development of business, government, society, and education
  4. People, culture, and leadership