International  department

The University has extensive partnerships with government agencies, employers, public and international organizations, as well as with universities in Europe and Asia, including: great Britain, Germany, France, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Kazakhstan, and others. The International department interacts with both national and international partners of the University. Since its Foundation, the University has been actively working in the field of project activities. The University's educational programs are developed in close cooperation with leading European universities.

The University won its first project in 1995, supported by the Peace Corps, the Eurasia Foundation, and the counterpart consortium "Professional training for the unemployed". Throughout its educational activities, Adam University has implemented more than 70 projects in cooperation with the EU, OSCE, USAID, EFCA, ADB and other donor organizations, including European universities. AU is also an active participant in "Erasmus+" projects supported by the European Commission. In the period from 1999 to 2012, AU implemented more than 14 "TEMPUS" and "Erasmus" projects in various fields.