The Ministry of Education and the U.S. state of Georgia have agreed on far-reaching cooperation in the area of school exchanges. Students and teachers from both countries will benefit from intercultural exchange.
Within the framework of the agreement, various programs and projects are to be initiated to promote student exchanges and enrich the teaching of both countries. This includes, among other things, exchange programs for students, the opportunity for teachers to participate in advanced training and education, as well as cooperation between schools in both countries.
The cooperation between the Ministry of Education and the State of Georgia shows how important intercultural exchange is in a globalized world. Students will not only acquire technical knowledge, but also develop intercultural competencies, thus helping to reduce prejudices and promote understanding between people of different cultures.
New agreement to promote school exchanges between the Ministry of Education and the U.S. state of Georgia
The Ministry of Education and the State of Georgia have signed a new agreement to promote school-to-school exchanges. The two partners intend to significantly expand cooperation in the field of educational exchanges.
The agreement covers a wide range of measures, including the exchange of students, teachers and education experts, the organization of workshops and conferences, and the promotion of language courses and cultural activities.
Through the new cooperation, students and teachers from both countries will benefit from a comprehensive exchange program. The partnership between the Ministry of Education and Georgia will also help strengthen German-American relations and open up new perspectives for cultural and economic cooperation.
- School exchanges between the Ministry of Culture and the U.S. state of Georgia to be strengthened in the future.
- Both students and teachers to benefit from comprehensive exchange program.
- The cooperation is intended to further strengthen German-American friendship.