BRAMS Institute Regulations


Regulations BRAMS Institute. Credit to Maia Nadareishvili

BRAMS Institute is governed by two principal bodies: the Institute Council and the Academic Editorial Board.

The Institute Council is chaired by the founder and director of BRAMS Institute, Professor Maia Nadare. The Council is responsible for administrative matters, defining the Institute's mission, planning its work, and managing its resources. All legislative issues are approved by the founding director, Maia Nadare. The Institute Council is authorized to hold a meeting if it is attended by the founding director and at least one member of the Council. It deals with the relations between the Institute and other organizations or individuals.

The Academic Editorial Board, chaired by Professor Jeremy J. Ramsden, is responsible for governing the academic journal BRAMS. The Board members are appointed by the founding director of BRAMS Institute who is the Editor-in-Chief of BRAMS Journal. The number of Board members can vary from issue to issue. The Board oversees the journal's content and research policy. It is also responsible for maintaining high research standards and approving submissions for publishing. The journal has several elected subeditors who review all manuscripts. The Editor-in-Chief also appoints an undefined number of external members to monitor the journal's content.

The BRAMS Institute Council is dedicated to providing support and services to international researchers and practitioners interested in participating in joint activities. We welcome international professors, post-docs, degree-seeking doctoral students, and practitioners with over twenty years of work experience in relevant fields to collaborate with us.

To ensure that we meet your expectations in the best way possible, our team will give you comprehensive information support and targeted help regarding all important matters related to a project. Our goal is to provide you with a fruitful and enriching work experience.

Feel free to send us your proposal via email at any time. We will reply to your offer based on its nature, taking into consideration all aspects of safety and confidentiality. However, please note that we will only contact customers who meet all the criteria of our regulations.

The Institute Council reserves the right to terminate negotiations with any client at any time and for any reason. We will only complete projects with agreed and signed proposals unless the other party fails to fulfil their responsibilities. If a single regulation appears neglected, the work will stop and the project will either be terminated or postponed until a new proposal is agreed upon.

BRAMS Institute offers a wide range of services to both private, state, and business customers. We concentrate on an individual approach for each project and provide personalized quality service. We have a general list of services on the Contributions page for our customers to look through, along with a brief description. Due to contrasting goals, the Institute board may decline proposals or agree to do work currently not listed on our website.

The BRAMS Institute is an advocate for equality between all human beings and upholds this value in its work offerings. As such, no individual is given priority when it comes to project allocation, as everything is regulated according to BRAMS Institute regulations.

The Institute does not accept CVs or resumes for recruitment purposes, nor does it consider any employment offers. The team is complete, and any changes that occur are made only when the Institute Council decides as such. Generally, we reach out to professionals we need and contact them based on their research work made public, not the other way around.

BRAMS Institute consists of eight main research clusters, including British, American, Germanic, Icelandic, Hungarian, Turkish, Italian, and Kartvelian (Georgian) Studies. Our staff members carry out cutting-edge research in all fields, as we believe in freedom of personal interests. For more detailed information, please visit the Research page on our website. Our professors work alongside postdoctoral researchers and doctoral students to answer a broad array of questions, from political science and international relations to translation challenges and IT management strategies within globalisation.