New specialities in Turkmen higher schools: how the labour market influences the education sphere

New specialities in Turkmen higher schools: how the labour market influences the education sphere

Turkmen higher schools expand directions of professional specialisation of educational programs. As a reference point requirements of the labour market and inquiries of employers serve in it.

The Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan pointed out language specialisations and trades in the field of information-communication technologies as priority directions of the upcoming academic year. The great demand for the diplomaed experts in which preparation economic, engineering and linguistic components are combined, remains stably.

At the Turkmen State Institute of Economy and Management enrolment for such new specialities « Financial markets and financial security in digital economy», «Information systems and technologies» and others will start.

For those who are interested persons to learn to construct “smart” roads, houses, infrastructure an admission is open at Oghuz Han Engineering and Technology University. Here in the course of formation of new directions have emphasised development of microbiology, business techniques, study of technical English and Japanese languages.

The Institute of Engineering and Transport Communications of Turkmenistan also provides interesting specialities – «Landscape design», «Land transport -technological means» and etc.

The curious presentation for those who would like to receive knowledge of dog breeding (cynology), agro-ecology and industrial fishery was prepared by Turkmen Agricultural University.

Dynamically emerging market of telecommunication services, guarantees demand for experts in the area «Information security management», «Information and communication technology and communication facility» which this year are included in the list of the State power Engineering Institute of Turkmenistan.

At the same time, at the Turkmen State Institute of Culture the interest of applicants to such directions, as “Art management” and “Television” has grown.