Karazin University Begins Cooperation with Georgia Tech
Karazin Kharkiv National University will cooperate with Georgia Institute of Technology.
Anatoly Babichev, vice-rector of Karazin University reported.
“Kharkiv University is starting an interesting educational and scientific cooperation with Georgia Tech (Atlanta, USA). Georgia Institute of Technology is a world-leading research university committed to improving the human condition through cutting-edge science and technology,” the vice-rector posted on Facebook.
Georgia Institute of Technology is a major educational and research institution in the United States, ranked among the top 10 public research universities with nearly 40,000 students.
It is currently known that the university has signed a cooperation agreement with Igbinedion University, Okada State, Nigeria. It also opened a representative office in Munich, and students of the chemistry faculty will be able to use Enamine’s Ltd laboratory in Kyiv.
This year, Karazin University starts the academic year remotely.