The intensive lectures as part of the new course “European Integration in the Context of Georgia-EU Association Agreement” was completed in the Caucasus School of Governance (CSG).
A public lecture/discussion on 'The Past, Present and Future of Georgia' was held at Caucasus University within the framework of the Public Lecture Cycle "Policy Seminar".
Caucasus School of Governance hosted a workshop on ‘Integration of Conflict Studies into University Curriculum and Faculty Studies.’
another interesting lecture/discussion was held at Caucasus University in the framework of the ‘Policy Seminar’ Cycle of Public Lectures, this time the lecture was about ‘Lowering the Passive Voting Age’.
Caucasus University hosted a CSG organized Summer School “European Union: “Current Issues and Politics”. Participants (students, journalists, CSO activists) who took part in the training were selected from across Georgia.
Jean Monnet Chair of Caucasus School of Governance and the Europa Institut at the University of Zurich are offering Caucasus University students an educational course in European Integration in the Context of Georgia-EU Association Agreement for the fall semester of 2019.
On July 5 , the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement awarded another 7 year-accreditation to the undergraduate degree program in Public Administration.
On June 29, Caucasus University held a thesis defense for the students of Master’s degree programs in “Diplomacy and International Relations” and “Public Administration”.
On June 19 Caucasus School of Governance Jean Monnet Chair, professor Sergi Kapanadze organized a student conference titled: “European Union: Institutions and Governance.”
On June 25, Caucasus School of Governance received a 7 year-reaccreditation for Bachelor's Degree Program in Diplomacy and International Relations.