Within the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility program (KA 107), Caucasus University and University of Gdansk, Poland, have signed the Inter- Institutional cooperation agreement.
The plan of Caucasus School of Business student Elene Enukidze, which she presented to university officials while visiting Budapest Metropolitan University in Budapest, received funding.
On November 4-8, Caucasus University's Department of International Relations and Projects hosted Katarzyna Owsiak, an invited lecturer from Krakow University of Economics, Poland, within the framework of Erasmus + academic mobility.
On October 24-30, Caucasus University Department of International Affairs and Projects hosted the representatives of the Riga Graduate School of Law, Ms. Ilze Arklina and Ms. Sabine Vaivodisa.
On October 30-31, Caucasus University Department of International Relations and Projects participated in a contact seminar organized by Erasmus + National Office in Georgia, attended by the representatives of 46 universities in 11 European countries. The main purpose of the event was to develop and deepen relations between higher education institutions.
On October 29, Caucasus University Department of International Affairs and Projects hosted Mr. Gayrat Mamadiye, Director of Global Learning Center at Inha University, and Project Manager, Mr. Cho Jaeil.
On October 15-17, Caucasus University hosted an event called "New Urban Topology Forum" (NUT). Within the forum, experts from Sweden, Ukraine and Bosnia and Herzegovina shared their experience on how a lot of urban problems have been eliminated in their cities.
According to Statistics Published by Erasmus + National Office of Georgia, Caucasus University Still Ranks First Among Private Universities
The Erasmus + National Office published the statistics for 2015-2018, according to which Caucasus University still ranks first among private educational institutions.
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.