On October 4, an information meeting about the US Embassy exchange program for students and lecturers of the Caucasus University was held. The meeting was moderated by Ms. Tea Kuchukhidze, Educational Program Coordinator at the US Embassy in Georgia.
During the meeting, the audience received comprehensive information on both contextual and technical issues of the Fulbright, UGRAD and SUSI exchange programs. Ms. Mila Nutsubidze, lecturer at Caucasus School of Business, and Mr. Erekle Pirveli, Senior Researcher at the university shared their experience with lecturers interested in the Fulbright program. And Caucasus School of Economics student David Esatia spoke about the SUSI program, which allows students to participate in a five-week summer program that includes both educational and cultural activities.
Students were informed about the ‘UGRAD’ exchange program, which is open to, first, second or third year first semester undergraduate students of any faculty. Students will have one academic semester at a university in the United States. The information meeting was attended by undergraduate students and lecturers of Caucasus University.