Tempus project considered a success at national level
Thursday 12 December 2013
After ongoing monitoring of Tempus IV activities by Mrs Lika Glonti the director of the National Tempus Office and her assistant Ms Nino Urushade the project undertaken between Sheffield Hallam University and partner universities can be considered a success story. Its sustainability has been guaranteed and its impact is tangible not only at institutional but at a national level with an introduction of an entirely new study programme in Georgia.
The National Tempus Office in Georgia would like to thank all representatives for the time they have devoted to the discussions and for having provided updated information on the results of the Tempus projects.
The three-year ACES programme began in January 2009 and comprises these six projects
- establish social work PhD programmes in Georgia and Ukraine
- regional social work education provision in Batumi, Georgia
- regional social work education provision in Uzhhorod, Ukraine
- founding a journal of social policy and social work (Ukraine/Georgia)
- develop and teach an international social work module (all 6 countries)
- develop an articulated masters in social care between Sheffield Hallam and TSU