Cooperation with Masaryk University

18 September

Georgian Institute of Public Affairs School of Law and Politics students: Ana Bakradze and Jilda Beridze travelled to Brno, Czech Republic to study at Masaryk University for a semester. Memorandum of Understanding was signed in 2014 between the School of Law and Politics of Georgian Institute of Public Affairs and Masaryk University, which envisages exchange programs for students and professors. During the program, GIPA’s lecturers Levan Nanobashvili, Anna Kostava and Giorgi Khatidze delivered various courses at Masaryk University. Masaryk University is the leading and second-largest university in the Czech Republic. It was founded in 1919 and has more than 35000 students.