In a historical phase in which international relations make the difference in terms of opportunities for students, the Rome Business School has landed in Georgia and has signed a cooperation agreement with the Tbilisi State University (TSU), the oldest university in the country.
Both institutions involved in this collaboration are committed, in their respective contexts, to the expression of paths of quality excellence and innovation on a national and international scale. This collaboration is aimed at promoting mobility for students and teachers to create valuable opportunities for research on specific cases, realistic learning experiences and on the job training. Another strong point common to these institutions is the attention to internationalization, which creates a multicultural environment capable of bringing together cultures that are very different from each other.
Having been founded in 1918, the Tbilisi State University is the oldest university in Georgia. It offers a wide range of training, including short courses, undergraduate and postgraduate studies and PhDs. It is a university that attracts students and researchers from all over the world, promotes equality in accessing education and believes in the involvement and valorisation of all students and, in general, of all internal stakeholders.
Among its most renowned faculties, this university includes:
- Economics and Business
- Exact and Natural Sciences
- Social and Political Sciences
With this new agreement, the Rome Business School consolidates its status as a global learning institution, which offers its students innovative educational opportunities and chances for international networking.