“Creative Spark” grant programme, launched in collaboration with LEPL Creative Georgia and British Council, which was first announced in 2018 and aims to promote entrepreneurial thinking in higher education, is already supporting many important initiatives in Georgia. Starting September 1, 2019, the grant program started at Akaki Tsereteli State University.
Depending on the goals of “Creative Spark” programme, ATSU Student Support and Development Office. will support student initiatives and development of creative thinking or entrepreneurial skills.
Trainers from the partner organization, Birmingham STEAM House, will be conducting trainings in early April that will help train future trainers and students for creative spark competitions.
The following trainers and students will be involved in “Creative Spark” grant project:
Maren Salem Buemalah