About 70 Students of BSU to leave for Germany with the Support of the Government of Ajara

Today, 70 students of the Tourism Faculty of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University left for Germany. Students will undergo training in the field of tourism for 3 months. Tornike Rijvadze, the Chairman of the Government of Ajara, met the students participating in the program and talked about the importance of the program and future plans.

‘I am glad that young people, along with theoretical knowledge, will improve their practical skills abroad, which will allow them to be successfully employed in the future. Today, the main task of both the government and all citizens is to become a full-fledged member of Europe. I am sure that together with the young people, we will pass this road successfully’ - said the chairman of the government during the meeting with the students.

International practice is carried out on the basis of the memorandum signed between Schwerin Baltic College of Germany and Shota Rustaveli State University of Batumi and the program funding of the Government of the Autonomous Republic of Ajara. Since 2013, more than 700 BSU students have gone through industrial practice in Germany. With the support of the government of Ajara, in 2022, 10 students of Batumi Maritime Academy will continue their studies at Flensburg University. With the support of the government of Ajara, more than 5,000 students have been funded for their studies in 2018-2022 through student aid and student study abroad programs.



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