Mobility at the Georgian University

Vacant places for the students seeking mobility to the Georgian University in the spring semester of 2018 – 2019 academic year:

School of Humanities and Law:

Bachelor Educational Programs: 

  • Law – 25 places
  • International Relations and Regional Processes – 20 places
  • History – 5 places
  • Georgian Philology – 5 places

Master’s Degree Programs:

  • Law – 10 places
  • Public Administration – 10 places

School of Business, Computing and Social Sciences:

Bachelor Educational Programs:

  • Tourism Business – 15 places
  • Economics – 15 places
  • Psychology – 15 places
  • Computer Science – 15 places

Master’s Degree Programs:

  • Social and Mood Psychology – 15 places

NOTE: annual tuition fee for all educational programs except for Master’s degree programs of Law and Public administration is 2225 GEL, And for Master's Degree Programs:

  • Law – 2450 GEL
  • Public administration – 2350 GEL

Management terms of mobility process in spring semester of 2018 – 1019 academic year:

  • Registration of applicants (Receipt of Documents) – 4 – 11 February, 2019
  • Credits accreditation and work of interviewing commissions, preparing conclusions – 5 – 12 February, 2019
  • Informing student about accredited credits and receiving confirmation of their approval or rejection in a written form – 6 – 13 February, 2019
  • Preparation and submission of the enrollment draft to the N(N)LE National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement according to the transfer rule under the mobility procedure – 14 February, 2019

List of documents to be submitted:

  1. Application (applied on the spot);
  2. Copy of a document certifying full general / higher education;
  3. Copy of ID card / passport;
  4. Copy of the military registration certificate (for men);
  5. Copy or extract of all legal acts determining student status; certified by the higher education institution such as: enrollment order, status suspension, resumption, etc.
  6. For master’s information about the test type passed at the General Graduate Examination;
  7. Copy or extract of a student’s study card certified by a higher education institution;
  8. Copy of the document confirming the recognition of education received in a foreign country (if any);