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Registration for Vocational Education Programs Opens

The Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia has announced that registration for vocational education courses will be open from October 3 to October 19. Georgian citizens who have attended school through at least the ninth grade are eligible. Vocational training is offered in dozens of fields, including tourism, construction, engineering, agriculture, transport, […]

DataFest Tbilisi

DataFest Tbilisi is the first annual international data & communications event in the South Caucasus bringing together journalists, CSO activists, marketing specialists, business professionals, government officials, data analysts, developers and designers all of whom are working with data or are willing to explore data opportunities. This year, we are expecting more than 500 attendees from Eastern […]

EU to Support Georgia’s Education Reform Plans

Head of the EU Delegation to Georgia, Carl Harcell, met yesterday with Georgia’s Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport Mikheil Batiashvili and Deputy Minister Irine Abuladze. Harcell pledged to be an active supporter of the Ministry during the process of reforming the education system During the meeting, the participants discussed the planned reforms that […]

Georgian Students Win Travel-Study Trip to the UK

Within the framework of the “Travel and Learn Together” program of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia, 21 of the country’s brightest students are traveling to Great Britain. While in the UK, students will undergo an intensive two-week English language course. The program also includes various sport, educational-entertainment activities, field trips, […]

More than half of the drug tests in Georgia have failed

Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of Georgia reported that In January-August 2018, 3,628 persons throughout Georgia and 1,707 persons in Tbilisi had positive results from drug testing. In January-August, 6,675 people underwent drug testing and more than half of them, 3,628 persons, had positive results. The data reads that most cases of positive results were […]

Passenger traffic at Georgian airports increases 25%

Georgian airports have served 3,375,959 passengers during the last eight months, which is a 25 per cent increase in comparison to last year, an official statement of United Airports of Georgia says, AGENDA reports. Tbilisi International Airport served 461,051 passengers in August: a 12 per cent increase y/y. Growth in the first eight months of […]

New European school to open in Tbilisi, Georgia

The Eastern Partnership of the European Union opens a new European school in Tskneti, in the Vake region. The school will give students of six countries a chance to study and receive a Bachelor’s Degree in European Studies qualification. The school will accept 16-17 year-old students from Azerbaijan, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia and Georgia. 30 […]

Equipping 69 public schools on Wi-Fi

The Prime Minister of Georgia announced the launch of Wireless Internet in 69 public schools. “Internet plays a significant role in our program, and so does digitalization, which is certainly an integral part of the education reform, installations of Wi-Fi will be madein 69 public schools ” he said PM Bakhtadze stated his confidence that […]

Establishing the fifth generation fifth generation in the region by an Iranian

Dr Hossein Chenari, president of the fifth generation Iranian University of Ibn Sina, Georgia and one of the successful international Iranian entrepreneurs, believes that Iranian universities should move toward the fifth generation. Ibn Sina’s fifth-generation Iranian university accepts student talent The head of the fifth generation Iranian university of Ibn Sina, Georgia, said that the […]