On July 8, 2020, the Faculty of Economics, Business and Management and the Research Center organized a student online conference on "Problems and Challenges of Economics and Business in the Background of the Covid Pandemic".
Working language of the conference: Georgian and Russian.
The conference was attended by undergraduate students from different universities of Georgia, who presented their views on current issues / challenges in the field of local and international economy and business, current trends and future prospects.
Students from different cities of Georgia were involved in the conference, also from Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.
After each speaker, a discussion was held on the topic.
All participants will be awarded a certificate of participation in the conference. Reports prepared for the conference will be published as a collection.
On July 8, 2020, Tbilisi Humanitarian Teaching University hosted an online scientific conference for students on the topic: "Current issues of law in the condition of a pandemic."
The conference was attended by undergraduate and graduate students from both Tbilisi and regional universities.
The students discussed current issues of law in the context of COVID-19. There was an interesting discussion between the speakers on various topics.
The scientific conference was chaired by a competent jury. Based on the above criteria, the winners were identified who were awarded certificates and symbolic gifts. Reviewed papers will be published in a collection of papers at a scientific conference in the near future.
The University of Tallinn offers Georgian students a two-year master's degree program in English. The course is fully funded by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Students will also be awarded a monthly stipend of € 400. The study will begin in September 2020.
See brochure for specific information.
Faculty of Law
On July 3, 2020, a business master class was held at Zoom, organized by the Faculty of Economics, Business and Management
On June 25 and 26, the Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Business and Management - Prof. Nona Gelitashvili participated in an online workshop on "Time Management and Self-Management in Science" organized by the Viadrina Center for Graduate Studies at Europa-Universität Viadrina (Frankfurt Oder, Germany).
At the mentioned event Prof. Nona Gelitashvili was invited as a participant in the research project of the European University of Viadrina. Young scientists and researchers from the Universities of Frankfurt and Berlin also took part in the workshop.The workshop was conducted in the format of discussion and group work. Meetings within the framework of the workshop were given the opportunity to Prof. Nona Gelitashvili, to expand the area of international cooperation of the Faculty of Economics, Business and Management, as well as to enrich the knowledge in the field of organizing scientific research. The Viadrina Center for Graduate Studies plans to hold several more online meetings dedicated to discussing the implementation of the knowledge gained in the workshops in practice and the evaluation of the effectiveness of scientific activities.
Order - on Violation of the Rule of Wearing a Face Mask in the Building of THU
1. It is obligatory for the persons in the building to wear a face mask;
2. If THU as a legal entity is fined for violating the rule defined by this order due to violation of the rules of wearing a face mask by employees, the fine shall be deducted from the salary of the employee violating the law;
3. The rule provided by the mentioned order shall be extended to persons in labor relations with Tbilisi Humanitarian University;
4. To instruct the THU Human Resources Service to introduce the rules provided for in the above-mentioned order to the THU staff;
5. An order may be appealed in accordance with the rules established by the legislation of Georgia, within 1 month. At the Tbilisi City Court;
6. The head of the THU Legal Service (N. Dudashvili) shall be entrusted with the control over the execution of the mentioned order;
7. This order shall be published on the official website of THU.
Rector - Chairman of the Academic Council
The first law student online scientific conference on "Current issues of law in the context of a pandemic" will be held on July 10, 2020 at 12 o'clock, organized by the Faculty of Law of Tbilisi Humanitarian University. The conference aims to establish and develop legal-analytical thinking among students, students will be able to present current issues of law from different angles, to conduct in-depth discussion and analysis of practical and conflictual issues. The conference serves to raise the legal awareness of students, identify and encourage successful students. Students of bachelor's and master's degree programs in law from all accredited higher education institutions of Georgia can take part in the conference.
On July 3, 2020, at 18:00, the Faculty of Economics, Business and Management invites you to attend a business master class at Zoom.
The master class will be led by Johnny Samkharadze, Founder and Director of the Construction and Repair Company Ltd. "Actionmen", President of the NGO "Master of Economics Club".
THU students and other interested parties can attend the masterclass via the following link:
On June 12, 2020, the Faculty of Economics, Business and Management hosted a public lecture on "Inflation Targeting and Price Stability."
The lecture was chaired by Shalva Mxatrishvili, Head of the Macroeconomic Research Department of the National Bank of Georgia, Technical Advisor of the International Monetary Fund.
The speaker spoke about the importance of price stability and the central bank's monetary policy instruments. Since the National Bank of Georgia uses the inflation targeting mode, it is logical to discuss whether inflation targeting is indeed a more effective mode than other alternatives to ensure price stability.The public lecture was dedicated to the discussion of this issue, the speaker shared the experience of other countries with the listeners, which aroused special interest.
The public lecture was held online using the Zoom platform. The lecture was attended by THU students, professors and other stakeholders. The lecture was held in an interactive mode, the second part of the lecture was entirely devoted to questions and discussion.