On March 23, an Israeli delegation visited Caucasus University. They were hosted by the President of Caucasus University - Dr. Kakha Shengelia.
During the visit, the parties discussed the details of the expedited mobility of Israeli students who, as a result of the hostilities in Ukraine on February 24, 2022, are unable to continue their studies in Ukrainian higher education institutions and express their desire to continue their studies in Georgia.
The project is implemented with the support of the Prime Minister of Georgia - Irakli Gharibashvili, the Minister of Education and Science - Mikheil Chkhenkeli; with the mediation of the Embassy of Israel in Georgia, which is joined by Caucasus University and offers full support to students interested in mobility, enabling each of them to receive relevant education and practical skills in an appropriate academic setting.
The meeting was attended by an Israeli delegation: Nissim Ben Shitrit - the former Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Nizar Darawsha - CEO of Darawsha Group (Israeli consultancy for overseas academic studies) and Anan Darawsha - Director of Darawsha Group.
From Caucasus University: Director of International Relations and Projects - Irena Melua, Dean of Caucasus School of Medicine and Healthcare Management - Giorgi Makharashvili, Caucasus School of Medicine and Healthcare Management, Administrative Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs - Nini Chalabashvili, Professor at the School of Medicine and Healthcare Management - Zviad Kirtava and Deputy Director of the Department of International Relations and Projects - Keti Karbaia.
At the end of the visit, the President of Caucasus University took the guests on a campus tour.
Students who are interested in mobility and want to continue their studies in Georgia should apply to an authorized higher education institution in Georgia and express their desire to continue their studies.