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Monday, 08 July 2024

Qualification Enhancement program for municipalities of Georgia

The International Education Center (IEC) in collaboration with the European Public Law Organization (EPLO)/ the European Law and Governance School (ELGS) is pleased to announce a Qualification Enhancement program for local municipalities of Georgia: “Fundamentals of the EU Study”.

The Qualification Enhancement program for local municipalities of Georgia will take place on July 8-19, 2024, at the EPLO premises (the campus and the headquarter) in Athens and Legraina, Greece.

The program encompasses topics such as: The EU decision-making procedures and an institutional chain of the EU decision-making; The EU unique institutional set-up; European Elections; EU law-making, its implementation and monitoring; legislative competence-sharing between the EU and its member states; EU Judiciary system; EU Enlargement; EU membership criteria and accession stages; Georgia on its path toward the EU membership: 1991-2024; EU and its neighborhood after the EU “Big Bang” enlargement of 2004-2007 – Western Balkans vs Post-soviet countries, etc. 

The International Education Center will cover all expenses related to program. 

The Qualification Enhancement program is bilingual. It consists of intensive courses (set of lectures), practical simulations, public lectures, discussions. The program will be run by Georgian and European lecturers. In the end of the program, participants will be invited to take tests. Successful participants will be awarded by the EPLO Certificates of Successful Completion of Specialized program in EU studies.   

Program will include site-seeing tours as well as educational activities specially organized for the program participants.

Interested candidates may contact the EPLO/ELGS representative Mrs. Iro Skrapa ( for further information about the program modalities and Mrs. Sopio Gelashvili ( for information concerning application procedures, program-related financial inquiries and candidates’ selection process. 

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