Eastern Partnership European School in Tbilisi looking for a new director
December 1, 2022

Eastern Partnership European School in Tbilisi looking for a new director

The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, in cooperation with the European Commission and the EU Delegation to Georgia, announces a competition for the position of the Director of the European School of the Eastern Partnership in Tbilisi.

This unique project has regional significance and is a joint initiative of the European Union and the Government of Georgia. The Eastern Partnership School offers a quality education to pupils from partner countries, with scholarships to students from the six partner countries for an IB Diploma Programme with a focus on European Studies. The programme was successfully launched in 2018.

If you want to contribute to the success of the first Eastern Partnership European School in Georgia providing high quality education to students, apply until 18 December 2022.

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December 18, 2022



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