In 1966, the Aktobe Pedagogical Institute was founded, which consisted of two faculties (physico-mathematical and philological), which trained 250 people in the specialties: physics and mathematics, Russian language and literature, Russian language and literature in Kazakh schools.
In 1990, the Institute was named after the first Kazakh linguist professor Kudaibergen Zhubanov. On May 7, 1996, by Decree of the Government of Kazakhstan No. 573, the Institute was reorganized into the Aktobe 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 with its separation from the Aktobe Pedagogical Institute. August 29, 2013 there was a merger of Aktobe State University. K. Zhubanov and Aktobe State Pedagogical Institute, as a result, Aktobe Regional State University named after K.Zhubanova
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