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2nd International Teaching Week at BTU - Georgia

Dear Professors and Colleagues,

Business and Technology University, located in the country of Georgia, is pleased to invite the Students and Staff from various universities across the globe to participate in the 2nd International Teaching Week in online mode.

Higher education institutions worldwide are currently facing unprecedented challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing war in Ukraine. The two biggest threats to global peace and human wellbeing have strongly impacted the higher education institutional landscape: distracted international collaboration, terminated physical academic mobility and exchange, created unpredictable health and security crises putting thousands of students and educators in a vulnerable situation.

Universities need to understand the implications of these complex and unfortunate conditions and take urgent actions in response to the growing threats.

International Teaching Week serves as an exchange and dialogue platform for students, educators and engaged stakeholders to discuss state-of-the-art and implications. The event will cover discussion sessions and lectures not only for the BTU students and faculty, but also any interested participants from Georgia and abroad.

Online International Teaching Week will take place during the period of 26-29 April, 2022.

The official working language of the International Teaching Week is English.

Programme here.

Please, submit this short Registration Form and tick the suitable modules/courses you want to attend or spread the details with your students and colleagues. The draft agenda of the week is also enclosed hereby. 

Please, take into account that the time of the events indicated in the agenda is in Georgian time (CET+2). 
We remain at your disposal for any further information you might need from our side.
Kind regards,
International Relations Office
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International Relations Office

Business and Technology University

(+995 32) 2 195 015
82, Ilia Chavchavadze AvenueTbilisi, Georgia