Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), founded in 1918, is one of the first higher educational and research institutions in Georgia and a leading university in the South Caucasus (Times Higher Education 2019). Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University was also ranked among the top 2% of the best universities worldwide (U.S. News & World Report 2019) 2019.
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University TSU is a spiritual and intellectual successor of multi-century Georgian culture, humanistic traditions, and old Georgian educational, scientific, and cultural centers. Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University shares the ideals promoted by the Magna Charter Universitatum of European Universities, and its values are based on critical, creative, and progressive thinking; the principles of academic freedom and academic ethics; and open, dynamic, and transparent relations.
The mission of the TSU School of Medicine is to educate medical professionals and researchers whose efforts are aimed, on the one hand, at improving the national health system and promoting the development of a healthy environment essential for the well-being and harmonized progress of society, and on the other hand, for the development of international medical-scientific thoughts.
Since 2005, Tbilisi State University has been involved in many EU-funded programs, including Erasmus Mundus, Erasmus+, Tempus, FP7 Marie Curie, Horizon 2020, ERC, and institutional development programs. Every year, TSU implements approximately 200 local and international scientific grant projects. TSU has signed the Memorandums of Cooperation with about 200 foreign universities from up to 50 countries; in addition, it cooperates with about 100 European universities through exchange programs within the framework of Erasmus+ and bilateral cooperation.
Today about 22,000 students, including more than 660 foreign nationals study in TSU’s seven faculties. TSU has had over 300,000 graduates to date.
All the educational courses are available in English for international students.
Eight million books and approximately 22 million inventions/patents are stored in the TSU libraries, where readers have access to modern reading rooms and regularly updated library collections, including electronic versions.
The University offers modern learning surroundings, where students and professors have open access to international electronic databases and resources. These and other resources allow users to remain abreast of current scientific innovations, offering them equal opportunities with leading universities all over the world.
At TSU there are sixteen research institutes, and up to 85 learning labs, including the FabLab, SMART|Lab, SMART|AtmoSim-Lab, and Bloomberg Lab; Physics and Chemistry Labs that have been modernized with support from San Diego State University; a Multimedia Center; an archeological excavation site at Grakliani Hill; and a fine arts studio.
TSU students have opportunities to enjoy and take an active part in cultural and sports programs. A modern student dormitory has been built in the vicinity of Lisi Lake, which unites three four-story residential buildings, an administrative building, and a sports terrain.
The new campus of TSU will accommodate 320 students. It unites three four-story residential buildings, as well as one administrative building, housing a library, resource room, conference room, café, medical center, laundry, computer room, and other infrastructure that will provide students with a comfortable environment.
The campus offers hotel-type rooms with two of them specifically designed for people with disabilities. The entire infrastructure has been adapted to the needs of people with disabilities.
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