Policy Paper Series “PhD Education in Georgia”

Within the project entitled “Introduction of the American-Style Graduate School System to Georgia” that was implemented by the Center for Social Sciences with the financial support of the Alumni Grants Program, U.S. Embassy, a series of policy papers were developed. The policy papers are aimed at the university administrations, policy-makers and other interested parties.

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Online Teaching and Higher Education

By Diana Lezhava, Center for Social Sciences

Center for Social Sciences starts a series of blog post on higher education and labour market within the research project ” Challenges to Bologna: High-productive Labour Force and Higher Education in Georgia” funded by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundations [grant № FR 18-13966].

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Managing Ambivalence: An Interplay Between the Wanted and Unwanted Aspects of European Integration in Georgia

Book Chapter

Author: Lia Tsuladze

Published by: Radeljić , B. , 2021, The Unwanted Europeanness? Understanding Division and Inclusion in Contemporary Europe, De Gruyter, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110684216

This work was supported by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia
(SRNSFG) under Basic Research State Grant [number FR17_91].