KFF signs memorandum with KATU
The parties will promote mutually beneficial cooperation, including the football development in the country through the development and implementation of joint projects. It is also planned to cooperate in organizing and conducting educational courses, workshops in for improving the level of football management.
One of the priorities of the agreement is education, which includes the training of football specialists, football managers and coaches. For these purposes, the Kazakhstan Football Federation will provide an opportunity for graduates of KATU to do a course in C and D coaching licences.
S.Seifullin Kazakh Agrotechnical University has a long history. Initially, there were only three faculties. Currently, KATU is the largest agricultural and technical university in the Republic of Kazakhstan with students from all regions of the country. Every year, the university graduates about 3,000 specialists.
KFF President Adlet Barmenkulov: “Football, as the most popular sport, can bring social and economic benefits to the country and society. We need more coaches, managers and specialists in football. I am glad that we will carry out work for the future in promoting and strengthening these positions together with the university,”.