Faculty of Fine Arts

Art education should overlap the reach heritage of the Turkish world. Therefore we train specialists of the modern art, meeting the needs of society in art. These people are expected to be able to teach, on the basis of the cultural values of the people, contributing the cultural development of their people and the world, able to create national and global works of art, to wake in people ethic feelings and contemplation.

Our conception is to become one of the best, leading educational institutions, the one which is aware of traditions of educations and responsibilities of the society. At the same time to share the experience, to provide co-teaching of the Turkish countries youth and society itself. To develop the general concepts, to train the specialists of art including culture and art of global society, who are also able to show the future perspectives as well as to make contribution into the Renaissance epoch of Turkish culture.

The Faculty of Arts of Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University was established by decision No. 23.10.2007 Board of Trustees University of 23.10.2007. In the Faculty of education 6 planned offices, such as: painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, landscape and landscape design. Faculty began his studies in the 2008-09 school years, with the first students in the Preparatory Department of painting and graphics by special examination.

The preparatory faculty students from Turkey, Kyrgyzstan and other countries of the Commonwealth are study Turkish and Kyrgyz languages.

The training program provides education for Bachelors, which includes 8 of every six months. Training program approved by the Ministry of education of the Kyrgyz Republic.

The Arts Faculty is training in the arts that can manifest itself not only in Turkey but throughout the world. The curriculum has been prepared in accordance with other curricula of faculties of Arts in Turkey and Kyrgyzstan. Also in the Faculty of education in accordance with the Bologna system, this gives students the opportunity to transfer to universities of Turkey and Europe. The students successfully used the opportunities provided by international agreements. Administrative structure consists of a faculty Dean, Assistant Dean, Faculty Secretary and Secretary to the Dean. To date, the Administration also includes the head of the Department of painting and graphics. Academic staff of the faculty includes leading Turkish teachers who work on the basis of a temporary appointment and from teachers, who work on a contract basis.