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  BNTU Professors' Two-Week Internship At The University Of Montenegro
 

Deputy Rector of Batumi Navigation Teaching University, Professor Gela Gvarishvili, and Professor Ekaterine Gvarishvili visited the University of Montenegro.

Representatives of BNTU got acquainted with the administrative and educational activities of the host university, they also met with students of the educational institution and delivered a public lecture. They completed a two-week internship at the host university.

The visit took place from November 4 to November 15, 2019.

The University of Montenegro is a partner educational institution of the Batumi Navigation Teaching University. Other educational activities are planned within the framework of cooperation.

   
  Lectures ERASMUS+ ICM Staff Mobility of the Professors of Batumi Navigation Teaching University at the International University of Logistics and Transport in Wroclaw
 

The representatives of Batumi Navigation Teaching University are conducting a working visit to Wroclaw, Poland.

Natia Mikeleladze, Head of BNTU Quality Assurance Service and George Gabedava, Head of International Relations Service, held meetings with Prof. Zenon Zamiar – Deputy Rector, Stanislaw Slusarczyk – Dean of the Faculty of Logistics, Andrzej Michaluk – Vice-Dean

of the International University of Logistics and Transport.

The Meeting was held on November 12 and 13, 2019, in Wroclaw (Poland) within the framework of the ERASMUS + Academic Mobility Program.

A fruitful meeting was held with Hubert Lucki, Head of the International Projects Office of the University, who introduced BNTU representatives to current and planned projects and prospects for participating in them.

Also within the framework of the ERASMUS + Academic Mobility program lectures by Professors George Gabedava and Natia Mikeladze at the International University of Logistics and Transport (Wroclaw, Poland) were held on the following topics:

„Transport and Logistics in Georgia - Problems and Prospects ”

"Ship’s Flag - Nationality, Selection Factors and Results"

"Interpersonal Communication, Conflicts and Ways of Solving Them"

"Plagiarism in Education and Science Field".

Also, BNTU representatives delivered an open lecture to students, international students and staff of the host university, where they spoke about Georgia and Batumi Navigation Teaching University, introduced to the attendees the potential and offers of the university.

   
 

AIESEC Georgia’s Information Meeting For BNTU Students And Staff

 

On November 11, 2019, AIESEC Georgia conducted an informational meeting with students and staff of the Batumi Navigation Teaching University. The meeting was organized by BNTU International Relations Service.

AIESEC , the world's largest youth organization, is an international platform for young people to help them discover and develop their potential to make a positive impact on society. AIESEC has been operating in Georgia since 2006.

Besides that AIESEC offers its members 24,000 leadership positions annually and organizes 500 conferences for 100,000 members worldwide, AIESEC also runs about 27,000 exchange programs each year, which is a unique opportunity to get experience abroad.

AIESEC programs are:

Global Talent - program provides leadership experiences to young people in a global learning environment through professional internships abroad in major upcoming sectors, like the: Educational Sector. Marketing and Business Sector, and IT. These internships present an opportunity to improve your skills and enhance your knowledge in a domain of your choice, while building your personal and professional network of people from different countries and cultures. .This multi-cultural exposure will broaden your perspective and power drive your career graph as international work experience in the globalization context is considered immensely valuable.

Global Entrepreneur - program provides youth with a short-term global internship opportunity at a startup for young people who seek to develop themselves and their career. Participants of the program develop strong communication, written, and interpersonal skills that are transferrable to any workplace they want to impact in the future. Work to propel start ups in marketing, sales, fundraising, administration and other fields. Develop a global perspective and understanding of educational systems abroad.

Global Volunteer  - Global Volunteer is an intensive international volunteer abroad experience that enables you to work on projects that impact social issues. Through this we empower communities by developing the people and enabling them to develop a more sustainable and healthy future. Overall, through this program, AIESEC is providing young students an opportunity to develop entrepreneurial and leadership skills through international internships mainly on social issues which will help them enrich their education, challenge their worldview and help them gain a unique combination of multi cultural, social and entrepre- neurial experience during the formative years of their lives.

   
   
   
  Announcement- Institutional Exam of English
 

For Students' Attention‼

Please be informed that the institutional exam in English Language will be held on December 7, 2019 at 12:00 in the first campus of the Batumi Navigation Teaching University, BNTU Library.

More information on registration can be found in the attachment

   
   
  Erasmus + Academic Staff Mobility At The International University Of Transport And Logistics In Wroclaw
 

Professors George Gabedava and Natia Mikeladze of the Batumi Navigation Teaching University are invited to the International University of Transport and Logistics in Wroclaw (Poland) within the framework of the ERASMUS + International Credit Mobility Program from November 9 to November 16 of this year.

Within the framework of the Academic Mobility Program, BNTU professors will deliver several lectures to students and one open lecture for staff. In order to share the experience they will learn about the work of the structural units of the host university.

The Representatives of the Batumi Navigation Teaching University are conducting a first visit to the partner university within the framework of the ERASMUS + International Credit Mobility Program.

   
 

Informational Meeting With Students About Exchange Programs

 

On November 8, 2019 the International Relations Serivce held a meeting with students on exchange programs.  Students of Batumi Navigation Teaching University were informed about exchange programs. The meeting was organized by the International Relations Service in the free space.

George Gabedava, Head of Service introduced the ERASMUS + program, its requirements, strengths and opportunities to the students.

Students also received information about the process of taking an institutional exam in English. Learned about the structure of the exam.

After the meeting the corner of international education was opened in the free space, where students will have the opportunity to study the scholarships offered by universities, organizations and embassies.

   
 

Erasmus+ Contact Seminar In Tbilisi

 

The Erasmus + Contact Seminar was held in Tbilisi. The event was planned for October 30-31, organized by Erasmus + National Office of Georgia.

The seminar was attended by Chancellor of Batumi Navigation Teaching University Lali Khvedelidze and Head of International Relations Service George Gabedava.

The official part of the seminar was opened by TSU Rector Giorgi Sharvashidze, Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia Irina Abuladze, EU Ambassador to Georgia Carl Hartzeli and Erasmus + Georgia Office Coordinator Lika Glonti.

The purpose of the seminar was to find partners for the upcoming competition. The seminar hosted 57 representatives from 46 universities in 11 European countries; About 100 representatives of 44 Georgian universities met with European colleagues at the seminar.

On the first day of the seminar, representatives of European universities gave general presentations about their educational system and the profile of the university.

The second day of the seminar was dedicated to speed dating, European and Georgian universities had the opportunity to exchange information and discuss new opportunities for cooperation.

Also, all universities had the opportunity to submit their promotional material.

During the seminar, the Head of the International Relations Service of BNTU held meetings with European colleagues and discussed issues related to future cooperation.

The seminar was hosted by Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University.

   
  International Exhibition of Education - Tbilisi 2019
 

On October 27 of this year, Mr. George Gabedava, the Head of International Relations Service of the Batumi Navigation Teaching University has participated in the International Exhibition of Education - Tbilisi 2019, which was organized by educational-consulting organization EduGuide.Ge in Tbilisi.

The International Relations Service received individual consultations with representatives of different universities, international organizations and embassies; Received more information on the procedures required for admission to higher education, the terms of application, teaching and living conditions;

Also, the following grant projects were presented at the exhibition:

• Scholarships

• Research grants

• Summer schools

• Vocational training

• Undergraduate programs

• Graduate programs

• Doctoral programs

• Internship abroad

• Short-term and long-term programs

The Head of the Service spoke with representatives of private and public universities, international organizations, embassies and educational organizations from various countries and received comprehensive information on the proposed grant projects.The head of the International Relations Service  also held business meetings in future cooperation.

   
  The Information Meeting of DAAD Representative At BNTU
  DAAD representative Ms. Maxi Bornmannheld a meeting at the Batumi Navigation Teaching University.

The representative of German Academic Exchange Office provided students and staff with information on what grants and scholarships DAAD offers to both students and academic / administrative staff in Germany to further their studies or raise qualifications.

The meeting was organized by BNSU International Relations Service.

DAAD unites people and science. Founded in 1925 in Heidelberg by the initiative of the students, today it is one of the most important foundations for international exchange of students and Scientists. Since its establishment, DAAD has financed two million people in Germany and abroad. It should also be noted that DAAD's work goes beyond just scholarship: DAAD promotes the internationalization of German higher education institutions, enhances Germanic and German language as a foreign language, assists developing countries in developing competitive higher education, while also consulting with experts in education, science and development policy.

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has been represented in Georgia since 1988. The budget is funded by various federal ministries, primarily the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as well as the EU.

TV material prepared on the topic can be found here

   
  “Modern Interdisciplinarism and Humanitarian Thinking” – IV International Scientific Conference
 

On October 18-20, 2019, Akaki Tsereteli State University hosted the IV International Conference "Modern Interdisciplinarism and Humanitarian Thinking" an Interdisciplinary Study of Identity in Kutaisi.

The conference was attended by Ms. Tamar Diasamidze, Assistant Professor of Batumi Navigation Teaching University. Ms. Tamar made a report on the scientific paper: "The Cultural Nature of Expressive Characteristics of Paralinguistic Mthods".

   
 

International Conference „Tourism, Transport And Logistics“

 

George Gabedava, Assistant Professor of Batumi Navigation Teaching University, participates in the 640th International Conference on Tourism, Transport and Logistics on October 16-17, 2019. BNTU Professor made a report on the topic: „ROLE OF MARITIME SHIPPING TO MEET SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGs)“.

The conference is being organized by the Institute of Research Engineers and Scientists in Zurich, Switzerland.

Participation in the conference was financed by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Adjara within the framework of Higher Education Promotion sub-program.

   
   
  International Student Conference at Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy. Varna, Bulgaria
 

 

On October 10-11 of this year, two students from the Faculty of Maritime - Engineering of Batumi Navigation Teaching University: Dimitri Kuznetsov and Temur Bakuridze participated in the international Student Conference “My Profession in 2040 – Challenges of High School Education”.

The conference was organized by the Nikola Vapttsarov Naval Academy in Varna, Bulgaria.

The students made a report on the topic:  "THE BENEFITS OF A TWO-STAGE TURBOCHARGER".

   
   
  Visit of The Rector and Chancellor of BNTU  at the International University Of Transport and Logistics in Warsaw
 

 

On 4-5 October of this year, the rector of BNTU Mr. Parmen Khvedelidze and Chancellor Ms. Lali Khvedelidze were on a working visit to the universitythe International University of Transport and Logistics in Warsaw.

The President of the University, together with the Department of International Relations of the International University of Transport and Logistics in Wroclaw, hosted BNTU representatives. The Rector and the Chancellor of BNTU attended a Reception Ceremony dedicated to the start of the new academic year, within the framework of the visit a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between BNTU and the International University of Transport and Logistics in Worclaw.

Future cooperation plans were also discussed during the meeting. As part of the collaboration, both university students and academic and administrative staff will be able to take advantage of the ERASMUS + ICM program and implement mobility, share teaching-learning and work experience with one another.

   
  Memorandum Of Understanding With The Vienna Institute For Transport And Logistics Management
 

 

The Batumi Navigation Teaching University signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Vienna Institute for Transport and Logistics Management.

The purpose of the Memorandum is to exchange students and academic / administrative staff, as well as to conduct joint research projects and short-term programs.

   
 

Visit of JADE University Representative to Batumi Navigation Teaching University

 

On September 27, Batumi Navigation Teaching University hosted a representative of JADE University.

Within the framework of the visit, Mr. Nicolas Nause, a representative of the Department of Maritime and Logistics of JADE University, held a meeting with the BNTU’s Deputy Rector, Chancellor, Head of Quality Assurance Service, Head of International Relations Service and Deans of Faculties. During the meeting the parties shared their experiences and discussed achievements and future plans.

During the visit, they also discussed issues of future cooperation aimed at the mobility of students and academic staff between universities within the framework of the Erasmus + International Credit Mobility (ICM) program.

   
   
     Visit of the Head of the Department of Maritime Studies of Zadar University to Batumi Navigation Teaching University

On September 24, Batumi Navigation Teaching University hosted Captain Tony Bilik, Head of the Department of Maritime Studiesof the University of Zadar (Croatia).

Within the framework of the visit a working meeting was held with the Deputy Rector of Batumi Navigation Teaching University, Chancellor, Head of Quality Assurance Service and Head of International Relations Service.

During the meeting, the sides discussed structural and functional issues of the University, they also focused on current and future projects and educational programs.

Also, at the meeting discussed issues of future cooperation issues aimed at student and academic / administrative staff mobility between universities within the framework of the ERASMUS + International Credit Mobility (ICM) program.

     
     
     
  Cooperation with the University of Montenegro
  

On September 24, Batumi Navigation Teaching University hosted the Dean of the Maritime Faculty of Montenegro University - Mr. Spiro Ivosevic.

The purpose of the visit was to discuss the details of the planned cooperation, within the framework of which students, academic and administrative staff of the Batumi Navigation Teaching University will be able to participate in exchange programs of the University of Montenegro.

Within the framework of the visit a working meeting was held with the Deputy Rector of Batumi Navigation Teaching University, Chancellor, Head of Quality Assurance Service and Head of International Relations Service.

At the meeting, the parties agreed to exchange students, academic / administrative staff and develop joint programs.

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