Study Abroad in Georgia

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NovaMova Study Abroad Programs

This semester course introduces the general theories of conflict and conflict resolution, augmented by intensive Russian language study. The case studies focus on the conflicts in Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Our approach explores the links between the state policy and conflicts, conflict resolution, and conflict prevention. We will explore the connection between these ...

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American Councils (ACTR)

American Councils offers a Eurasian Regional Language Program (ERLP) based in Tbilisi, Georgia. Students may focus on subjects such as History, Literature, or Area Studies that concentrate on Georgian or Chechen cultures. Program fees include tuition, health insurance, and housing, and is open during the fall, spring, and summer terms.

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The Gilman International Scholarship Program & Boren Awards

Funding programs, like the Gilman International Scholarship program and Boren Awards program, grant scholarships to American students with good academic backgrounds. Specifically these programs support study abroad in Ethiopia a country not typically traveled to through popular study abroad programs. By providing financial support, Boren Awards and Gilman Scholarships help students learn differ...

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The School of Russian and Asian Studies

Study Post-Soviet Relations in Georgia through The School of Russian and Asian Studies. Study abroad programs concentrate on fields such as Conflict Studies, International Relations, and Policy Formation in Post-Soviet Societies. The program is based in the capital city of Tbilisi, and participants may travel across other former Soviet cities like Moscow, Kiev and Chisinau. The program is avail...

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Black Sea Summer University, Georgia

This summer university programme, organized by CIFE (Centre international de formation européenne) takes place in Tblisi, Georgia. About 20 international students can learn about the geopolitical importance of the wider Black Sea Area, its prospects and challenges with its neighbours and the European Union in the political and economic arena. The students are taught by international experts in ...