Aktobe Regional State University
In 1966 it was founded Aktobe Pedagogical Institute, which
consisted of two faculties (Physics and Mathematics and
Philology), which had an enrollment of 250 people in the field:
physics and mathematics, Russian language and literature,
Russian language and literature in Kazakh schools.
In 1990, the Institute was named after the first Kazakh
professor-linguist Kudaibergen Zhubanov.
7 May 1996 Resolution of the Government of Kazakhstan № 573 Institute was
reorganized in Aktyubinsk University named after K. Zhubanov.
January 31, 2001 the University received the status of "state." February 3, 2004
there was a reorganization of the ASU named after K. Zhubanov his release from
the Aktobe Pedagogical Institute.
August 29, 2013 there was a merger of the Aktobe State
Pedagogical Institute, as a result became operational
Aktobe Regional State University. K.Zhubanova
1966-1983 Schetinin Pavel
1983-1995 Arynov Mukhtar Galievich
1995-2015 Kenzhebaev Kenzhegali
In the structure of ASU named after K. Zhubanov includes 8
faculties, versatile college and 4 Common chairs
Physics and Mathematics
History and Philology
Faculty of Natural Science
Faculty of Foreign Languages
Faculty of Economics
The Department of Psychology and Pedagogy
Major socio-political disciplines
Department of Foreign Languages
Department of Physical Education
Palace of students