ECMI signs Memorandum with University of Georgia
On 6 April 2011, ECMI Director Dr. Tove H. Malloy and the Chancellor of the University of Georgia, Prof. Dr. Manana Sanadze, signed a Memorandum of Understanding laying out intentions of intensified co-operation. The Memorandum is seen as an opportunity for both institutions to come closer together on European minority research and project work as well as to support each other’s ongoing efforts and programmes. On behalf of ECMI, the MoU will be implemented and monitored by ECMI Caucasus (Tbilisi, Georgia).
For the signing ceremony, see the video here
For information about ECMI Caucasus, click here
The mission of the University of Georgia, which was founded in 2004, is to educate professionals who will be equipped with modern practical, theoretical and methodological knowledge and will contribute to the transformation of the outdated, unlawful and non-democratic society into a modern democratic, developed community with a high level of civil consciousness, a rule of law and ethical standards. The University of Georgia is a community of people who study and investigate how to put education in public services. The University’s mission is to educate everyone for successful careers of service to the community, to the nation, and to the world built on the four pillars of honesty, generosity of spirit, hard work, and professional qualification. The University of Georgia offers programs leading to the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctor’s degrees that build on a liberal education foundation and concentrate on developing professional skills for career (theoretical and practical) or pursuing graduate and post-graduate work. For more about the University of Georgia, click here
The ECMI cooperates with several European institutions with foci of similar nature as ECMI’s as well as with several universities. For an overview of the ECMI’s current partners, see here.
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Date: 29 March 2011