European Junior Olympiad in Informatics
Tbilisi • Georgia • 2020
Online Competition
2—6 September
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European Junior Olympiad in Informatics
Tbilisi • Georgia • 2020
Online Competition
2—6 September
Learn More About Tbilisi
About EJOI
European Junior Olympiad in Informatics (EJOI) is a significant event, a stepping-stone, in the development of the elite of the IT industry in Council of Europe member states. EJOI follows the rules and standards of the International Olympiad in Informatics. The first EJOI was held in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2017 from the 7th to the 13th of September.
The second EJOI was held in Innopolis City, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia in 2018 from 26 July to 1 August
The Third EJOI was held in Maribor, Slovenia in 2019 from the 23th to the 28th of August.
Organisers

Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia

The Ministry of Education, Science, culture and sport of Georgia aims at establishing modern and innovative educational and scientific environment in close cooperation with civil society. The Ministry advocates freedom of choice, fair competition, equal opportunities, civil integrity, and respect for cultural identity. The Ministry promotes acquisition and development of knowledge and skills necessary for social success and self-realization.

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International Black Sea University

The International Black Sea University has been engaged in teaching and research since 1995. The university is the first English-language educational institution to offer programs in both English and Georgian at all three stages of teaching.

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SHOTA RUSTAVELI NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION OF GEORGIA

The Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia (SRNSFG) is a Legal Entity of Public Law under the aegis of The Ministry of Education, Science, culture and sport of Georgia, which supports the development of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) system in Georgia. The vision and strategy of the foundation is in line with Georgia’s socio-economic development strategy - «Georgia 2018 - 2020», the four point governmental reform plan and the EU-Georgia Association Agreement requirements regarding the STI system development.

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GEORGIAN RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL NETWORKING ASSOCIATION

The Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association GRENA was founded on July 26, 1999 for the development of Information Technologies (IT) in education and research field. The founders of association GRENA are five universities, Georgian National Academy of Sciences and Open Society Georgia Foundation.

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