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Kazimieras Simonavicius University (Lithuania)

Kazimieras Simonavičius University is a private university in Vilnius, Lithuania licensed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania, VABL on August 26, 2003. KSU offers several Bachelor and Master courses oriented toward business and law. KSU is internationaly well connected and is member of Erasmus+.

Baltic International Academy (Latvia)

The Baltic International Academy (up to 2006 it was called Baltic Russian Institute) is the largest non-government Higher Education Institution in the Baltic States and Eastern European countries (it was established in 1992) amounting 4,500 students, including 450 foreign students from 22 countries worldwide, that makes multicultural environment in Academy, where teach 200 lecturers, of which 100 are doctors of Science and professors.
BIA offers study programmes of 1st and 2nd level of Higher Professional Education, academic and professional Bachelor Education programmes, as well as academic and professional Master Degree and Doctoral programmes.

Georgian Technical University (Georgia)

The Georgian Technical University (GTU, formerly V.I. Lenin Georgian Polytechnical Institute) is themajor and biggest technical University of Georgia. It is located in the capital of Tbilisi. The Georgian Technical University has provided over 60% of Georgia's engineering, chemistry and scientific industry specialists for the last eighty years. While its major counterpart Tbilisi State University focuses on popular specialties like Civil Law or Economics, GTU continues its fine tradition of providing technical specialists to industry and sciences.


The European New University, is located in Kerkrade, the Netherlands. The private university institution with its Departments for Economic, Social Sciences and Technology and Arts offers a wide range of academic single and full course programmes.


Association "Georgia for Friends” was founded in 2011 in Georgia. The aim of the association is to strengthen relationships between Georgia and Europe. Priorities of the association are collaborating in the fields of culture, education and tourism. Master classes will be held on the topics of Tourism and Tourism Management for students and experts. Georgia for Friends carries out projects with several European partners such as "Society Georgia” (Thessaloniki, Greece), International Tourism Training-Center of Prague (Czech Republic), European School of Tourism in Milan (Italy), „Asociacioniberia Iberia” in Spain (Madrid).

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