BUG Talks competition was held at British University in Georgia
On December 17, the BUG Talks competition was held at the British Teaching University in Georgia, where students of grades 10-12 took part. Students had the opportunity to speak for 5-7 minutes about relevant social issues in front of a broad audience. Each speaker prepared a speech with professionalism and responsibility, which led to the high quality of the competition itself.
The participants were evaluated by a competent jury, who identified the three best speakers:
- Amir Aslan, Topic: "The Three Biggest and Most Important Social Issues."
- Nutsa Bedinashvili, topic: "Pregnancy among teenagers."
- Nikoloz Gersamia, topic: "Second World War and its consequences."
All participants in the competition were given a certificate and gifts.
The British Teaching University in Georgia will offer many exciting events to students in the future too.