|Motto||Turan for those who believe in themselves and strive for success|
Turan University (Kazakh: Тұран Университеті, Turan Ýnıversıteti; Russian: Университет Туран) is one of the first and largest non-state universities in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It was established in 1992. Turan University is a full-cycle educational institution: lyceum – college – bachelor – master – doctorate Ph.D. - dissertation council.
Turan University’s educational system includes three faculties: Humanities and Law, Economics, Academy of Film and Television. The university employs 361 full-time teachers, including 55 doctors of science, professors, 215 candidates of science and associate professors, 1 doctor Ph.D. In addition to them, the educational process provides more than 49 practitioners, scientists, and teachers.
The university has its own campus with a total area of 35 000 m². The main building is 7 stories tall and hosts the administration and the Economics, Humanities and Law faculties. The campus includes three football pitches, three sports halls, and a dormitory.
Educational Corporation "Turan" is a holistic system that provides the principle of continuity and multi-stage education, and includes:
- 2 universities (Almaty and Astana)
- 3 Colleges (Almaty and Astana)
- Lyceum (Almaty)
- Educational and recreational complex "Tau-Turan"