Learning/Teaching abroad

Guram Tavartkiladze Tbilisi Teaching University facilitates the student mobility of our university at the leading higher education institutions abroad.

Within a short period of time the University has already signed memorandums of cooperation with one of the largest and most well-known Inholand University of Netherlands (Kingdom of the Netherlands) and Birmingham College (Great Britain).

GTUNI cooperates with Paderborn University (Germany) in various directions; Varna Free University (Bulgaria); Bremerhaven University (Germany); Baden-Wuerttemberg Dual Teaching University (Germany); Constanta Ovidius University (Romania); Banska -Bistritsa Matte Bel University (Slovakia); Ventspil University (Latvia); Ingolstadt Catholic University (Germany), Odessa Maritime Academy (Ukraine) and others.

In partnership with the listed universities, the GTUNI curriculums and teaching methods are improved; Training courses were developed learning throughout Life (LLL) and goals for the business sector; Master classes are held for students and professors; The textbooks were prepared in the Georgian language and in other languages with European Commission funding.

EURAC RESEARCH - The European Research Academy of Italy (Bocceni) has reached an agreement and will conduct joint studies.

GTUNI’s academic staff closely cooperates with one of the first and authoritative international association of tourism scientists - experts (AIEST-International Cooperation of Scientific Experts in Tourism) and is its permanent member.

Professor of Gutun Law Faculty is working closely with the Polish International Arbitration. He is a member of the International Arbitration, as well as the Chairman of the Arbitration Council of the International Arbitration of the Caucasus.

2016-17; 2017-18 academic year within the framework of Erasmus + KA107 Students Mobility 8 students of Guram Tavartkiladze Tbilisi Teaching University have studied at Rotterdam Business, Finance and Law Faculty of Inholand University;

2017-2018 - Erasmus + KA107 within the framework of Teachers Mobility, three GTUNI professors conducted lecturers for tourism specialization students in Inholand University Rotterdam Business, Finances and Law Faculty and at the Faculty of Creative Business of the School of Harlem