Being in Omsk for promotion courses Head of "Tourism" department, Ph. D., Associate Professor Duissembayev Azamat Aldashovich and Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor Uruzbaeva Nazim Aminovna organized in 4.12.17 together with the Institute of Design and Technology of the Omsk State Technical University, an international roundtable on the theme: "Development of the tourist business in Astana: the current state and prospects for development." The roundtable was attended by representatives of the state (local) authorities, businesses, teachers, and undergraduates, students majoring in “Tourism” and “Hotel and restaurant business”.
Great interest and active discussion was caused by reports of speakers from Kazakhstan side: the head of Department "Tourism", Ph. D., associate Professor Duissembayev Azamat Aldashovich on the theme "Assessment of the impact of the "EXPO–2017" for development of tourism in the Republic of Kazakhstan", and Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor Uruzbaeva Nazim Aminovna on the theme "Development of tourism business Astana: modern state and prospects of development".
As a result of the round table, a decision was taken on further scientific cooperation and exchange of students in the framework of academic mobility.
In addition, the head of Department "Tourism", Ph. D., associate Professor Duissembayev Azamat Aldashovich held since 27.11.17 to 5.12.17 a guest lectures in the amount of 16 semester hours in front of undergraduates and students of the specialties "Tourism" and "Hospitality" of Omsk state technical University in "Franchise system in the travel industry".
As well as, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor of the Department "Tourism» Uruzbaeva Nazim Aminovna held since 27.11.17 to 5.12.17 a guest lectures in the volume of 16 academic hours in front of the undergraduates and students of the specialties "Tourism" and "Hospitality" of the Omsk State Technical University at the rate: "The basics of entrepreneurship in the tourism industry."
The lecture aroused great interest among the audience. During the lectures, students actively asked questions and expressed their opinions.