Kutaisi Technological University

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Kutaisi Technological University
ქუთაისის ტექნოლოგიური უნივერსიტეტი
Type Public
Established 2019 (proposed)[1]
Rector Temur Murghulia (executive)[1]
Students 60,000 (proposed)[1]
Location Kutaisi, Imereti, Georgia
42°12′24″N 42°42′45″E / 42.206686°N 42.712603°E / 42.206686; 42.712603
Campus Rural
Kutaisi Technological University is located in Georgia
Kutaisi Technological University
Location in Georgia
Kutaisi Technological University is located in Imereti
Kutaisi Technological University
Kutaisi Technological University (Imereti)

Kutaisi Technological University or Kutaisi University City (Georgian: ქუთაისის ტექნოლოგიური უნივერსიტეტი) is a research university under construction in Kutaisi, Georgia. Its construction was announced on 12 September 2016 by Georgian prime minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili. The university will encompass over 140 hectares (350 acres) of land and will be designed for 60,000 students.[2] The final date for finishing construction works and receiving the first students is set to be 2019.[2]

According to the Georgian Government after the construction Kutaisi Technological University will be the largest, modern university complex in the Caucasus and regional education and research hub.[2]

On June 19th, 2017, it became known that Technical University of Munich (TUM) will cooperate with Kutaisi Technological University in academic and research programs as well as in its organisational structure and development plan.[3]

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