On the 17th of December, 2019, Caucasus University conference hall hosted the presentation of Jean Monnet 2019 project “Triangle Effect of European Studies at schools” (TEESS).
The presentation was attended by representatives of Caucasus University administration, professors and students of the European Studies bachelor program. The presentation was opened by Irena Melua, Director of International Relations and Projects Department at Caucasus University. She welcomed the project team and the audience on behalf of President of the Caucasus University and underlined the importance of Erasmus + programs and CU participation in the program.
Mrs. I. Melua emphasized the significance of sharing the European Studies experience to the students and teachers of schools in IDPs and ethnic minorities.
Project Coordinator, Prof. Guranda Tchelidze, Affiliated Professor of Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences presented the project's objectives, activities, project administrative and academic staff to the audience. She also spoke about the importance of participation of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport in the project implementation. Lead expert of the project, Associate Professor of Caucasus School of Law, Ekaterine Kardava, addressed to the audience.
The Dean of the Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences David Natroshvili highlighted the role of the academic staff and students in raising awareness of specific groups, understanding European integration opportunities and perspectives. At the end, the project team answered the questions.