Founded in 1918 by Ivane Javakhishvili, Tbilisi State University (TSU) is the first Georgian university as well as the first higher education institution in the South Caucasus. Also referred to as the “white temple of science and education”, TSU has always played a crucial role in Georgian society. Located in the capital, TSU is one of the most prominent universities within Georgia. Currently, the University has approximately 22,000 students studying in its several undergraduate, master’s and PhD programs of the 7 faculties. The University also offers several graduate programs instructed in English. To list a few, TSU offers English-instructed graduate programs in the areas of Social Sciences (Economics, European Studies, Eurasian and Caucasus Studies). TSU has always had a historical mission to support the development of a democratic society, to foster affable relations with the international community via its students’ output and through international educational, scientific cooperation. TSU prioritizes joint projects (international, regional) and students’ international mobility. In 2015 TSU managed to succeed in 38 Erasmus+ cooperation proposals with European Partners. In 2016 we are proud to announce that we have secured approximately 260 mobility places (for students, faculty and admin staff) in 45 universities of 19 countries in Europe, according to the most recent EACEA results of Erasmus+ credit mobility projects.
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