Students enrolled in a joint English-language Master's Program in Cybersecurity, presented by St. Andrews' the First-Called Georgian University of the Patriarchate of Georgia (SANGU) in partnership with Northern Kentucky University (NKU), started their first academic semester.
The leadership of SANGU and academic staff met the newly enrolled students. SANGU's investment in each student ensures that Georgia will have a highly qualified and competitive cybersecurity workforce in the nearest future.
After completing the program, students will receive a double degree from SANGU and NKU in Cybersecurity.
Nowadays, Cybersecurity Master's Program offered by NKU is one of the most advanced and unique academic programs in this field. It is essential to emphasize that this joint project does not have an analogy in Georgian educational space.
We would love to congratulate our students on their successful admission to this program and wish them a fruitful academic year.
Learn more about the joint English-language master's program in Cybersecurity: https://sangu.edu.ge/eng/article/cybersecurity