A memorandum of understanding was signed between Kutaisi International University and the Association of Information and Communication Technology Companies of Georgia


Kutaisi International University (KIU) and Georgia's Association of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) signed a memorandum of understanding.

The document was signed by KIU Rector, Alexander Tevzadze, Chancellor Magda Magradze, and Tornike Sulaberidze, the Association’s Executive Director.

Under the memorandum, the Association will provide comprehensive support to KIU students, including internships, educational practices, and employment opportunities. The collaboration extends to implementing KIU’s academic programs, including cybersecurity training programs supported by USAID.

Moreover, the partnership aims to foster advancements in science, engineering, and technology (STEM) fields. This will contribute to forming an innovation ecosystem within the region, nurturing human capital and driving economic growth.

The event of signing the memorandum was held within the first Job Fair of KIU. More than 100 representatives from 40 organizations and over 300 students attended the event.

The goal of Kutaisi International University (KIU), supported by both international and local partners, is to establish itself as an entrepreneurial university and a catalyst for innovation. It aims to educate highly skilled professionals and foster human capital that will significantly impact the economic growth and development of the country.

KIU is a mega-project funded by the International Charity Foundation Cartu.