On February 16, Caucasus University hosted a hackathon titled "Cyber Security League for School Students." 10th to 12th-grade students from various schools across Georgia attended the event, with each team consisting of 2 to 4 members.
On December 26, educational vouchers were presented to the winning teams of the logic games.
At Caucasus University on December 22, a competition for prospective students called the "League of Logical Games" took place.
On December 23, Caucasus University hosted a cybersecurity conference for students and young scientists, organized by the Caucasus Cyber Security Center and the Scientific Cyber Security Association. Out of approximately 40 registered presentations, the top 20 reports addressing challenges and security issues in cybersecurity were selected.
Eleventh and twelfth graders of Tbilisi private and public schools participated in the competition.
The Caucasus University delegation conducted a business visit to the Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau in Germany.
The seasonal school project - International School "Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence" was successfully completed.
On November 3, a seminar was held by Dr. Ravishankar Rao, a professor from Fairleigh Dickinson University (USA), for students and applicants interested in the joint 3-year undergraduate programs in computer science, engineering, and cyber security at Caucasus University.
The lecture process of the first 3-year Double degree undergraduate program of Computer Science has started
The lecture process of the first 3-year Double degree Computer Science undergraduate program of CST and Fairleigh Dickinson University has started. The program students will study 2 years in Georgia and 1 year full-time in USA.
On September 22, the Women in Tech CCA award ceremony was held. During the ceremony, students who successfully completed the penetration testing program were awarded.