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2019-10-08

Scientific Session Dedicated to the 120th Birth Anniversary of Giorgi Leonidze

Scientific conference dedicated to the 120th birth anniversary of Giorgi Leonidze was held at Georgian University on October 8, 2019.

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2019-10-07

SANGU WELCOME PARTY

On October 4th, Cafe Bar Gallery Italiano hosted a Welcome Party for freshmen.

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2019-10-07

Public Lecture: Economics and Social Politics

On October 4th, a Member of Parliament of Georgia Beka Natsvlishvili hosted a public lecture on "Economics and Social Policy" at the St. Ilia Conference Hall.

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2019-10-03

Meeting with Dali Khomeriki, Education Adviseri at EducationUSA network.

EducationUSA is a U.S. deparment of State network of over 400 international student advising centers in more than 170 countries.

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2019-10-02

Congratulations to our student Zuka Kotrikadze

Zuka Kotrikadze's photos are selected to be exhibited in Paris at "Cheerz Photo Festival", dedicated to mobile photography

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2019-10-02

Georgian Psychologists at the 15th International Gestalt Therapists Conference in Budapest

Georgian University professors Dimitri Nadirashvili and Tea Gogotishvili participated in the International Conference of European Gestalt therapists.

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2019-10-02

Traditional Excursion for Freshmen

On September 28-29, 2019, excursions for freshmen were organized with the support of Georgian University.

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2019-10-02

Andrew the First-Called Cup 2019

On September 26-27, the Turtle Lake mini-football stadium hosted the “Andrew the First-Called Cup-2019”.

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2019-10-02

New Book: Practical Course in Georgian Language

Georgian University has published a new book “Practical Course in Georgian Language”.

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2019-10-02

Internships in Germany - the Best Way for Personal Growth and Development

Students of Georgian University have been undergoing three-month internships at various hotels in Germany for several years. A third-year student, Nino Maisuradze, who challenged herself and took this opportunity says that internship has changed her life.

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