Alte University has become a member of the "Microeconomics and Competitiveness Partner Network" of the Harvard Business School (HBS) Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness. As of 2021, the network is represented by 130 educational and business institutions in 67 countries worldwide. It brings together 2,258 courses and 70,000 students in the interests of national, regional, and international cooperation, expert knowledge sharing, joint course planning, and research.
Membership in the "Microeconomics and Competition Partners Network" is an essential innovation for Alte University students and academic staff. Within the framework of cooperation, on the one hand, lecturers are given a unique opportunity to engage in the scientific-research activities of Harvard University Business School, share the experience of Harvard Business School, and introduce relevant modern and innovative practices in Alte University Business School, which will become another source of international-level education for students. On the other hand, both academic staff and students will have access to educational resources located on closed platforms of Harvard University Business School (various innovative business situation analyses, electronic materials, lecture materials of Harvard University professors, etc.), Which means access to the richest base of the latest research and materials available in the sector.
Alte University is represented in this network by Maya Guntsadze, professor and affiliated doctor of the business school, and Giga Kikoria, lecturer of the business school of Alte University.
"This opportunity is significant for me as a lecturer because today, the microeconomics of competitiveness and the research of its determining factors or the identification of best practices are the subject of scientific research and high interest. By joining the network, Alte University Business School lecturers have been given the opportunity to develop and implement relevant courses on the basis of the university, as well as to implement joint research or other projects with the participation of network members from various countries around the world, which increases our students' unique access to higher quality education. Notes Maya guntsadze – associate professor at alte university.