On March 31, PMCG awarded students with scholarships, funding their studies at the International School of Economics at Tbilisi State University (ISET).
“We are pleased that we have the ability to create additional incentives for young and motivated people, who are full of enthusiasm and desire to get a quality education. We are certain that such young people play important role in the country’s and society’s development”, explained Aleksi Aleksishvili, CEO and Chairman at PMCG.
“I want to express my sincere gratitude to PMCG for giving me the opportunity to study for free. By awarding me the scholarship, you have eased my financial situation and this allows me to focus more on learning. I will never forget your generous gift. This is a huge incentive for me. I hope to give back to the university someday and help a student to reach their educational goals with a scholarship in the future”, said Zaza Barbakadze, one of PMCG’s scholars.
“This scholarship gave me the chance to dedicate myself to my studies and to not worry about financial issues. I was reassured that hard work and endeavor always pay off in the end and there are always helpful people who appreciate your effort. Companies like PMCG with these kinds of initiatives encourage students to use their potential efficiently, meaning that they invest in the future of Georgian education. I consider that financial provisions for prospective students are particularly important for Georgia, a small country with lots of smart and talented young people”, claimed Mariam Tsulukidze, another of PMCG’s scholars.
This is our second year of collaborating with ISET. We have chosen this university as it is one of the leading economic schools introducing international academic standards to the region. These students were chosen according to their scores, having demonstrated exceptional drive in their studies. Social conditions were also considered, with scholarship chosen winners from families living below the poverty line.
After the awarding ceremony, Aleksishvili also gave a lecture for students and shared his views regarding the economic challenges in Georgia and important relevant amendments to the Constitution of Georgia.