News

22
May
ESOMAR Representatives Meet CSH Students

On May 22, representatives of European Society for Opinion and Market Research (ESOMAR) met with the junior and senior year students of the Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

01
Jun
Bachelor’s Degree Program in Georgian Philology has been accredited

On June 1, 2018 the National Center for Education Quality Enhancement unanimously granted accreditation to the Bachelor Program in Georgian Philology of the Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

28
May
Internal School Conference at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences

On May 28, the Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences held an internal scientific conference.

10
Apr
CSH Learning Tour in Mtskheta

On April 22, the first and second year students of Faculty of History of School of Humanities and Social Sciences visited Svetitskhoveli.

20
Apr
CSH Meeting Dedicated to Mother Language Day

On April 20, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences played host to a meeting dedicated to the National Language Day, where students presented reports on the topic of barbarisms and terminology.

28
Mar
Book presentation by CSH student

On March 28, presentation of a book was held at the library of Caucasus University. "Weakness" is a joint work of CSH students - Nino Svanidze and Anano Gzirishvili.

07
Feb
Visit of CSH Professor in Azerbaijan

From February 26 to March 7, Professor Mariam Manjgaladze, a professor of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of Caucasus University, was invited by the Rector of Azerbaijan Institute of Foreign Languages, Academician Kamal Abdula, to conduct lectures.  

06
Jun
Cass Lawry public lecture

On June 6, Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences hosted a linguist at the University of New York University (CUNY), Cass Lawry.

25
May
CSH Students Science Conference

On May 25, Caucasus University, Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences held an internal university conference.

09
May
Thomas Wier's Public Lecture

On May 9, Professor Thomas Wier  delivered a public lecture for the freshmen students of English Philology to speak about languages ​​and dialects, linguistic geography and other language related issues.