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Representatives of the IBSU School of Education, Humanities, and Social Sciences attended the 4th International Conference on Education organized by the International Academic Forum (IAFOR) in Barcelona. Around 200 scientists and researchers from various nations attended the conference. IAFOR Education Conferences

IBSU Education Administration BA program students, Khatia Beridze, Mariam Kupatadze, and Tamar Shioshvili, partook in the Education Student Conference organized by the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement. Students covered all levels of education. The attendees also shared practices, and recommendations

IBSU hosted the official launch of the student magazine 'VITASCOPE,' operating under the English Philology, B.A. program. Topics covered in the first issue entail Education and Linguistics, Literature and literary theory, history and culture, philosophy and ethics, Politics and international relations, psychology and neuroscience,

Dr.Maya Jean Lo Bello from  Eötvös Loránd University (Hungary) Visited International Black University in the framework Erasmus + KA107 Exchange Program. Dr. Lo Bello met with the IBSU Rector, and the representatives of the International Relations Office, the School of Education, Humanities, and

Books collected at International Black Sea University were handed over to the school of the Sno village, Kazbegi district. Students and teachers of the Journalism BA program organized the event as an educational expedition. The invited lecturer of the Journalism BA

As part of the Erasmus + KA107 exchange program, the Head of the English Philology BA program, Associate Professor Maia Chkotua, and Professor Nikoloz Parjanadze visited Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary. The meetings were held with the Dean of the Faculty

IBSU hosted British-style debates by the clubs of International Relations, and Philosophy, and The Debate and Critical Discussion Club. Students from various universities debated and explored political and philosophical resolutions. The first and second-place winners were awarded with cash prizes.