Aleksandre is studying International Relations as a Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holder at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. He has also studied in the USA as a FLEX exchange student. Aleksandre is passionate about education quality in Georgia. To combat this problem, he has conducted several small to large-scale projects all around Georgia. He (along with his colleagues) has received funding from the US Embassy in Tbilisi to benefit the teaching environment in mountainous regions of Georgia. He has also worked at American Councils for International Education as a member of the FLEX team. Aleksandre is also a very active volunteer; he has accumulated more than 200+ hours of volunteer and has received a certificate of appreciation from the US Department of State.
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