International Projects

Erasmus+ CBHE projects at BTU (funded by European Commisson)

„Boosting the role of HEIs in the industrial transformation towards the Industry 4.0 paradigm in Georgia and Ukraine” (HEIn4)


Project Duration: 15 January 2020 – 14 January 2023


Erasmus+ Jean Monnet projects at BTU (funded by European Commission)

„Promoting European Union’s Cyber Education”



Erasmus+ KA107 partner universities (funded by European Commission)

University of Limerick (Ireland) 

Institute of Technology Carlow (Ireland) 

Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)

University of Tuscia (Italy)

University of A Coruna (Spain)

PIFP Los Enlaces (Spain)

Kiel University of Applied Sciences (Germany) 

Koblenz University of Applied Sciences (Germany) 

Polytechnic Institute of Braganca (Portugal) 

Lodz University of Technology (Poland)

Rzeszow University of Technology (Poland) 

University of Rzeszow (Poland)

University of Belgrade (Serbia)

Vilnius University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania)


Other projects at BTU 

Funded by U.S. Embassy in Georgia

„Women in Tech” (WIT)

Small Grant Program

Project Duration: 2020-2021


Funded by U.S. Embassy in Georgia

Book Translation Program, Entrepreneurship


Funded by GITA and EFSE

Pre-accelerator for startup ecosystem in Georgia


Funded by British Council

  • Creative Sparks project in collaboration with Henley Business School, Reading University - „Supporting creative industries and entrepreneurship in Georgia”
  • Creative Sparks project in collaboration with University of Westminster - „Supporting Technologies and Entrepreneurship in Georgia”
  • English Language Club


Funded by Nuffic

„Agritourism, Innovation and Entrepreneurship” in collaboration with Maastricht School of Management


Project Duration: October, 2019


Funded by SAP Social Sabbatical for global engagement and Pyxera Global 

„Support the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Georgia” in collaboration with Pyxera Global

Project Duration: August-November, 2019