Kutaisi International University (KIU) in cooperation with the British Council is launching an English language summer school. Due to the pandemic, the summer school will be held in online format this year and 12th grade students and university entrants, who have chosen Kutaisi International University (KIU #197) as the first and second place in the list of universities when registering for the Unified National Examinations can take part in it.
The school aims to prepare prospective KIU entrants for university studies, helping them to easily adapt to the English-speaking learning environment and teaching and learning process.
Kutaisi International University (KIU) will fully fund top five socially vulnerable students who apply to the Summer School. The British Council General English Course (myClass) lasts three months. The participant can choose from 3 packages (20 credits / 30 credits / 40 credits) as desired and the fee is determined accordingly with a 20% discount:
· 20 Credits (Standard Package) – 432 GEL
· 30 Credits (Intensive Package) –576 GEL
· 40 Credits (Super Intensive Package) –672 GEL
All study materials are included in the price of courses and a course completion certificate will be available. For more information follow the link.
Kutaisi International University (KIU) opened in 2020 and offers Georgian and foreign students a unique campus, infrastructure, and academic programs. Students at KIU live and study in a well-equipped university town, receive a quality higher education and engage in local and international projects with Georgian and foreign professors. Currently, the study process at KIU is conducted in 3 English-language undergraduate programs - Management, Mathematics and Computer Science. Students, in addition to the academic and educational process, actively participate in various professional clubs, internal competitions and Olympiads.
The University collaborates with Europe’s leading Technical University of Munich (TUM). KIU's operating model and programs have been developed in partnership with TUM and TUM International GmbH. The Honorary President of KIU is the former President of TUM, Professor Wolfgang A. Herman. Tuition at KIU is in English and is taught to students by Georgian and European professors.
The goal of the university is to become an international center of education, science and technology in the region, as a result of which Georgia will occupy a leading position in the international educational and scientific arena. For more information see www.kiu.edu.ge