Bachelor Programs

There are two faculties at Guram Tavartkiladze Tbilisi Teaching University: Faculty of Business and Social Sciences and the faculty of Law.

The first level of higher education is the university bachelor’s degree, which consists of a series of courses that teach the fundamentals of pertinent specialty. These courses are required for the individual to work with their obtained qualifications and to pursue master’s degree studies.

A person who possesses a state certificate attesting to having completed a general education program in Georgia or one that is comparable, as defined by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and based on the outcomes of the unified national exams, is eligible to enroll in the educational program;

The first level of higher education is the university bachelor’s degree, which consists of a series of courses that teach the fundamentals of pertinent specialty. These courses are required for a person to work with their obtained qualifications and to pursue master’s degree studies.

According to the guidelines set by the Georgia Ministry of Education and Science, a person in possession of a state certificate verifying full general education—issued in Georgia or one that is equivalent to it—has the right to enroll in an educational program;

Foreign nationals may also be eligible to become students without taking the unified national exams, provided they meet the requirements set forth by the Ministry;

In compliance with Georgian laws and GTUNI’s regulations governing the educational process, a student enrolled in another faculty at Guram Tavartkiladze Tbilisi Educational University or in another undergraduate program at another higher education institution may be eligible to study abroad.

The educational program allows for a total of 240 ECTS credits to be earned. 1 credit is equal to 25-30 astronomical hours, and 1 astronomical hour is equal to 60 minutes. Credit is given for both contact and independent work. A credit in hours is the amount of effort necessary by a student to master one component of the program and achieve the learning outcomes.

An academic year has two semesters, fall and spring, totaling forty-three weeks, of which 38 are dedicated to academic and sessional work, four weeks to extra six tests (two weeks for each semester), and one week to Christmas break.

The bachelor should earn 30 credits on average per semester and 60 credits annually; however, the number of credits earned each year may vary from 60 to 75, depending on the program’s particulars and the workload of each student.

A student with academic debt is entitled to extend their study period for up to six more semesters after their bachelor’s program expires to finish their degree.

  • Copy of identity document;
  • 2 color photos printed on 3×4 and electronic version (on CD);
  • a copy of the certificate confirming being on the mandatory military registration (for boys);
  • a notarized copy of the document confirming complete general education;
  • Document confirming the payment of tuition fees – bank receipt.