Deputy Minister of Education and Science, Nodar Surguladze and Ambassador of Federal Republic of Germany to Georgia, Ortwin Hennig awarded 94 Georgian youngsters with the internships of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to study and research in Germany.
Young scientists and Assistant Professors of Higher Educational Institutions will leave for Germany in several weeks in order to study, research and contact German colleagues in 2010/2011 academic years.
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the joint organization of German High Schools. It is designed to support academic relations with foreigners by exchanging students and scientists. DAAD implements more than 200 programs to achieve this goal. They are accessible for foreign specialists of all fields as well as German specialists. Together with 60.000 foreigners and German scholars, DAAD presents one of the largest exchange organizations in the world. 3 lecturers of DAAD work in Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi universities.