Asylum-seekers, refugees, persons with humanitarian status and stateless persons will study the state language
LEPL Zurab Zhvania School of Public Administration, in cooperation and partnership with the representatives of World Vision International in Georgia is implementing the second phase of the project - "State Language Tuition to Foreigners and Stateless Persons" in Batumi and Kutaisi. The project envisages teaching the state language to asylum-seekers, refugees, persons with humanitarian status and stateless persons. 44 beneficiaries will be involved in the training process, some of whom started studying on October 26th in Zhvania School in Kutaisi. Beneficiaries will study the state language at A1 level and acquire communication skills.
The training process in Batumi will start in the immediate future.
We would like to remind you that Zhvania School has actively been cooperating with representatives of World Vision International in Georgia. Within the first phase of the project, 122 foreigners and stateless persons studied the state language in Tbilisi.