Miranda is a graduating student from the Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree program in public policy (European Public Policy track) from the Central European University (Hungary, Austria) and the University of York (United Kingdom). She is an incoming student at the College of Europe in Bruges, obtaining her second MA in European Political and Governance Studies. Miranda holds a BA degree from Akaki Tsereteli State University ATSU (Georgia) in social sciences (Public Administration Major). During her BA, as an Erasmus+ exchange student, she spent one academic term at Alexandu Ioan Cuza University in Romania. Miranda has been actively participating in summer schools, camps and conferences in Georgia and within the EU. Currently, she is a fellow at the European Values Center for the Security Policy ( EVC) think tank in Prague. She has completed an internship at EVC, Transparency International Ukraine, the Parliament of Georgia and served as an invited specialist in higher education quality assurance at ATSU. Miranda’s research interests include: European Union and its external policy, Eastern Partnership, EU’s public diplomacy, policy analysis and advice, digital transformation, good governance, hybrid regimes, global governance, higher education management.
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