Georgian Technical University has been participating in Erasmus+ Project VitaGlobal - “A Global Network for Agricultural Sciences and Viniviticulture: Internationalising through Joint Programmes” (598507EEP-1-2018-ES-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP) as a project consortium member and partner university since 2018.
The project aims at sharpening university contribution to local development, specifically by proposing a curriculum development project that targets a growing agricultural sub-sector for all of the Partner regions involved: vinitivulture and enology.
Project consortium consists of 17 institutions, including 6 institutions from EU countries (Spain, Italy, France, Portugal), 7 – from Latin America (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay), 2 - from South Africa and 2 – from Georgia (TeSaU - project local coordinator in Georgia and GTU).
The coordinators of the project are Universitat Rovira I Virgili – URV (Spain) and OBREAL Global Observatory (Spain). The main objective of the project VitaGLOBAL is to develop a global university network, connecting diverse geographic regions with limited pre-existing cooperation, in order to enhance study programmes that contribute to local development, specifically in food science and viniviticulture, foci mentioned universities share.
On 21 November, at 17:00 pm, GTU Faculty of Agricultural Science and Biosystems Engineering is organizing Zoom meeting regarding the VitaGLOBAL Project, presenting the syllabus developed under Module 2 (Wine Tourism) as well as implemented and planned activities within the project.
Prof. Nino Chkhartishvili from the Faculty will conduct the presentation to GTU students and academic and administrative personnel.
Zoom meeting link is: https://zoom.us/j/5512800576?pwd=ZXVHUVRmSGJTbXRmUkhRSkorcUlzZz09