PR Manager of the Georgian National Museum;
The Ancient Tbilisi Project Coordinator
I’m the first MA Program graduate of the UG, and will never forget this rather symbolic fact – as well as those glamorous days spent at the University.
I graduated from the School of Humanities, as a Master of Culture and Education Management.
From the very first days, it was a pleasant surprise to get accustomed with modern systems and standards of teaching in the UG.
As well as mandatory subjects, I’ve passed whole course of Projects Management under the guidance of foreign specialists and in frame of EU Project. This really was very useful experience for my future career.
I was last semester student, when the President of Georgia financed my project ‘new Generation in Modern Georgian Art’ from his reserve fund. It was first time in Georgia, when we collected together representatives of Georgian paintings of the end of Millennium. We also published whole-scale catalogue – the first one of this kind.
My thesis for Master’s degree was ‘Policy of Georgian Culture in the International Relations and Conflict-solving’. In the given period, I was also under internship in the Georgian Parliamentary Committee of Culture, Education, Science and Sports, and this gave me much help in polishing/enlarging my thesis.
After graduation, I started to work in the PR Service department of Tbilisi Mayor’s Office. In a year, I became the PR manager of Georgian National Museum. I consider myself rather successful person and work in an institution that determines the policy of Georgian culture and thus responses to my interests.
If asked what the UG gave to me, I would answer that primarily, it helped me to develop necessary skills that made me comfortable in ever-changing world of modern times.
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