On May 15, 2019, a charity folk evening will be held in the yard of the Tbilisi Humanitarian Teaching University.
On May 8, 2019, the Master Class "Road to Successful Career Development" was organized by the Student Support and Career Development Service at Tbilisi Humanitarian Teaching University. The meeting was led by David Kikvidze, founder of Economics expert "Hrlab" who spoke with students about the topic "Motivation and Successful Career".
Results of open competition announced for vacant academic position by "Tbilisi Humanitarian Teaching University" LLC
Regional Student Conference "Modern Medicine" will be held at Tbilisi Humanitarian Teaching University. Students from the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry can participate in the conference from any university of Georgia.
Head of the organization Edisher Gamgoneishvili introduced the work plan, business and law topics to students and attendees. The organization successfully conducts international projects, conducts conferences and illustrative mock trials in all three instances of courts and other important events. The youth organization plans to conduct training-training in different directions with THU students to cooperate.
Faculty of Health Faculty and Academic Staff at RADIX's 9th International Dental Congress.
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The Tbilisi Humanitarian Teaching University focuses on involvement of practical components in educational programs and thus improving the quality of teaching and teaching. On April 14, a training course was held in Armazi for the students of business and tourism specialties of the Faculty of Economics, Business and Management, Tbilisi Humanitarian Teaching University. Together with the students planned tour and invited Professor Maia Meladze and Deputy Dean of the faculty Irma Tsiklauri. Other faculty students of the university were also involved in the project. The tour was aimed at practical analysis of the theoretical study materials, studying physical-geographical location of Mtskheta-Mtianeti region and understanding of the importance of historical-cultural monuments. Students visited the Archaeological Museum of Armazi Khevi, the tombs of the ruins, the Armazi fortress and the 12th century church of Armazi Virgin Mary. Planning and implementing such routes will help students develop and develop practical skills, forming them as future professionals.