San Diego State University (SDSU) held a presentation of an early registration project in Georgia. Early registration is available for all the students wishing to study there, need to submit the documents from February 15 to March 15. The successful candidates who will pass the selection process, will be admitted conditionally at the university and automatically receive partial funding from the University.
The presentation also announced the launch of a new undergraduate program in computer sciences. In 2016 San Diego State University, will offer undergraduate students to study undergraduate programs in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering and chemistry / biochemistry. Students will have the opportunity to continue studying for a semester or a year SDSU- on California campus. Program partners in Georgia are: Tbilisi State University, Ilia State University and the Technical University.
Today, The Minister of Education and Science of Georgia – Tamar Sanikidze, the director of Millennium Challenge Georgia Fund – Magda Maghradze and the Dean of San Diego University – Ken Walsh, and the Deputy Vice President of Millennium Challenge Corporation – Fatim Sumari held the presentation.
San Diego State University (SDSU), the Millennium Challenge Account - of higher education component of Georgia, carries a high-quality, internationally accredited (ABET, ACS, WASC) undergraduate programs in engineering and technology (STEM) fields. Participants will receive an American diploma. These programs will support Georgia in the fields of natural science and technological development, in conjunction with creating a highly skilled work force for the labor market. The project is being implemented by the US Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) second compact financial support.