About Nino Japarashvili

Nino, a policy trainee at UIIN, has recently graduated as a Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy studies from the College of Europe in Brugge. Previously, she obtained a MA degree in European Public Affairs, from Maastricht University. She has been granted a number of scholarships from e.g. EU/College of Europe European Neighbourhood Policy and the Open Society Foundation. Her education has focused on understanding the work of the European Union, its structure and policies, governance, legislative procedures and the external action. Nino has also undertaken several traineeships in Brussels, among them at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and at the Centre for European Policy Studies. Nino is interested in advancing entrepreneurship education and university-business collaboration in the EU and its neighbouring countries, of which primarily Georgia.
5 04, 2017

25 New Good-Practice Case Studies on University-Business Cooperation (UBC) in Europe and Beyond

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Imagine an undergraduate learning environment where there are no exams, no classrooms, no teaching or teachers and no control over what students should learn. If this model seems somewhat futuristic, this educational model already has in fact a successful 23-year history in Finland. The case of Tiimiakatemia (English: Team Academy) is amongĀ 25 good practice case [...]

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