Georgian - Native; English - Fluent; Russian - Good
Doctor of Philology, Akaki Tsereteli State University, Faculty of Humanities, 2010, Kutaisi/Georgia
Master in Educational Leadership and Management, Institute of Education, University of London, London School for Leadership in Learning, 2008, London, United Kingdom
Master in Business Management, Akaki Tsereteli State University, Faculty of Social Sciences, 2007, Kutaisi/Georgia
Master in English Philology, Akaki Tsereteli State University, Faculty of European Languages and Literature, 2002, Kutaisi/Georgia
Bachelor in English Philology, Akaki Tsereteli State University, Faculty of European Languages and Literature, 2000, Kutaisi/Georgia
Academic and Administrative Experience
Coordinator of BA English Philology, International Black Sea University, Faculty of Education and Humanities, 2013 - present
Coordinator of MA English Philology, International Black Sea University, Faculty of Education and Humanities, 2013 - present
Coordinator of MA English Language Teaching Programme, International Black Sea University, Faculty of Education and Humanities, 2018 - present
Coordinator of Teacher Training Educational Programme , International Black Sea University, Faculty of Education and Humanities, 2016-2017
Coordinator of MA General Education Administration, International Black Sea University, Faculty of Education and Humanities, 2015-2017
Lecturer of English, American University of Middle East, English Language Preparatory Programme, 2012-2013
Lecturer of English, Akaki Tsereteli State University, English Language Department, 2000-2007
English language, English language teaching, Education, Education Management, Education leadership
linguistics, education management, education leadership, research methods
Parjanadze, N. & Kapanadze, I.. (2016). Equity in access to higher education for special needs and socially deprived students in Georgia. Journal of Education in Black Sea Region. 1(2), pp.55-77.
Parjanadze, N.. (2012). Policy discourse and formation of new concepts in the Georgian school system. Journal of Education. 1(1), pp.47-52.
Parjanadze, N.. (2009). Globalisation theories and their effect on education. International Black Sea University Scientific Journal. 2(3), pp.77-88.
Parjanadze, N.. (2005). Pragmatic parameters of communication. Proceedings of Faculty of Humanitarian Sciences. 7, pp.34-39.
Parjanadze, N.. (2005). The category of subject_ the central category of modern linguistics. Scientific Journal Intellect. 3, pp.112-15.
Parjanadze, N.. (2004). Meaning and conversational implicature. Proceedings of Faculty of European Languages and Literature. 5, pp.77-81.
Parjanadze, N.. (2003). General overview of pragmatic and semantic studies of meaning. Proceedings of Faculty of European Languages and Literature. 4, pp.82-89.
Parjanadze, N. Social constructivism and human dignity - revisiting Steinbeck in 21st century. 7th International Research Conference on Education, Language and Literature. 2017. International Black Sea University, Tbilisi, Georgia. pp.616-622. https://ircelt.ibsu.edu.ge/previous-conferences/#1496042770612-8df59f45-e91b.
Parjanadze, N. Knowledge economy and its implications for the education system of Georgia. 7th Silk Road International Conference: Challenges and Opportunities of Sustainable Economic Development in Eurasian Countries. 2012. Tbilisi, Georgia. pp.297-301.
Parjanadze, N. Has McDonald's arrived in Georgian schools?. 2nd International Research Conference. 2012. Tbilisi, Georgia. pp.23-27.
Parjanadze, N. Decentralisation of Education System – a Panacea for School Improvement Issues?. 6th Silk Road International Conference: Globalisation and Security in Black and Caspian Seas Regions. 2011. Tbilisi, Georgia. pp.280-291.
Parjanadze, N. Are school principals an answer to educational dilemmas?. First International Research Conference. 2011. Tbilisi, Georgia.
Parjanadze, N. Text_ scope of study of text linguistics. Kutaisi State University. Second Republican Scientific Conference. 2004. Kutaisi, Georgia.
Parjanadze, N.. (2009). Decentralisation and Dilemmas in School Leadership: a case study of educational reform in Georgia. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller.
Parjanadze, N.. (2017). Activities to Enhance Reading Skills. In N. Doghonadze (Ed.), Teaching EFL Reading and Writing in Georgia. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Membership in scientific and professional communities
English Teachers' Association of Georgia
Seminer and Events
Developing Leaders for Managing Educational Transformation, Training on the development of MA program in higher education administration, project resu. University of Koblenz Landau, Koblenz (Germany). 2015
English Teacher Leadership Institute. University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California (United States) US Department of State. 2014
Developing Student Career Services in Georgia. University of Essex, Colchester (United Kingdom). 2014
Certificate in Learning Technologies for Classroom. British Council, Tbilisi, Georgia. 2012
Certificate in E-Moderator Essentials. British Council On-Line Training Programme, Tbilisi (Georgia). 2011
TKT Certification Programme (Teaching Knowledge Test, University of Cambridge). University of Cambridge Teaching Knowledge Test Certificate, Tbilisi (Georgia). 2007
2007 - Chevining Scholarship, UK Government scholarship
2017-2018 "Research Skills in Education"
2017-2018 "Research Skills for Business and Social Sciences"