Kazakh student wins motherland recognition
Kulan Sagadi shows a Kazakhstan reporter her calligraphy. [Photo provided to jsjyt.gov.cn]
The Kazakhstan delegation spoke highly of NUST, for the proper and considerate arrangements provided to overseas students – from the homelike living environment to the favorable studying conditions. A cultural exhibition featuring impressions on various countries, which grows vigorously around the campus from April 21 to May 20, also won much appreciation from the delegation.
NUST has long been a top choice for students from Kazakhstan and other Belt and Road countries to study abroad. The school has also set up a class targeting excellent students from these countries.