Within the framework of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Activities, 2020 call results have been published. The Jean Monnet Project “Legal Face of the EU”, submitted by the Caucasus University, namely Caucasus School of Law has been selected for granting
On the 22nd of July, 2020 a ZOOM-meeting was held among the experts of the project “Triangle Effect of European Studies at schools” (TEESS). Two main topics were discussed during the meeting:
We would like to inform you that a competition has been announced within the framework of The Civil Society Scholar Awards (CSSA), which invites doctoral students and university professors to work on academic projects
In the framework of project E-FIX (“Developing and transferring an innovative Energy FInancing miX in order to activate private sector finance for increased investments in sustainable energy projects”) Caucasus School of Business and Vakhtang Berishvili, professor of MBA Corporate Finance course, hosted guest lecturers from Georgian Leasing Company (GLC)
In March 2020, the Center for Academic Writing at Caucasus University began functioning, led by Tamar Chokoraia, PhD in Philology
Nugzar Skhirtladze, Vice President of Caucasus University, talks about plagiarism
On February 17, a meeting of the ERASMUS + Institutional Development (CBHE) Project - " The Role of Universities in Regional Development" was attended by the President of Caucasus University, Dr. Kakha Shengelia, and Irena Melua, Director of the Department of International Relations and Projects, with the representatives of Georgian regional universities participating within the project.
The winners of the student competition on plagiarism were announced on February 17. The following students of Caucasus University are in the semifinals of the competition:
We would like to inform you that The Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Embassy Tbilisi has announced the 2020 Book Translation Program. Through funding translation of key works into Georgian PAS aims to increase the accessibility and affordability of the latest research, analysis, and popular contemporary literature by American authors to the Georgian students, researchers
and the general public.
With the start of a new semester at Caucasus University, a new campaign has been launched to raise the students’ awareness about academic integrity, plagiarism and ways to eliminate it. In the frames of this campaign, flyers were created and later placed in many parts of the campus.