Lizi Gelahvili and Elene Barbakadze, both students of the Caucasus Business School Gerogia, visited Darmstadt University in Germany. They are visiting here as part of the Erasmus Plus Exchange Program. This program is aimed to train the student for their overall personality and career development.
Last week, on November 2, 2023, an exhibition was also held at the university. A large number of the students took part in the exhibition. Students from universities from many countries were present during the occasion.
The Students of the Caucasus Business School also raised the university’s pavilion. At their pavilion, students presented the contributions and achievements of the university in the educational field. This exhibition is a kind of platform that allows the student to share their thoughts with each other.
It is to be specifically mentioned that the Caucasus School of Business was established in the year 1998 with financial and logistic support from the Government. This government grant was provided through the Eurasia Foundation and the US Information Agency (USIA). Moreover, in 2004, the Caucasus School of Business became a 100 per cent private institution.
Erasmus Plus programme was started with the aim of promoting the learning capability of students and learning groups. Moreover, the student from different countries gets an opportunity to have an experience of the education system of other countries.
University officials said that the university tries to give the students every possible opportunity to explore their potential. They also added that university students were very excited to participate in the exhibition.
Both the participating student also expressed their gratitude to the university authorities and said that it was a great opportunity to be part of the international event, And they got the woderfull experience there at the exibition.
It is to be added that this program is also a step towards the strategy of the European Union for the year 2019-2027.