جامعة جورجيا التقنية (GTU)

Georgian Technical University (GTU)

Georgian Technical University (GTU)
Georgian Technical University (GTU)

Georgia Technical University (GTU), (formerly Georgian Lenin Polytechnic Institute) is the largest technical university in Georgia. It is located in the capital, Tbilisi

Georgian Technical University was founded in 1922 as the Polytechnic Faculty of Tbilisi State University. The first lecture was read by Georgian mathematician Professor Andrea Razmadze

In 1928 it was transformed into an independent “Georgi Polytechnic Institute” and attained university status by 1990

Georgian Technical University (GTU)
Georgian Technical University (GTU)

Georgian Technical University has more than 22,000 students and about 2,500 faculty and staff. The university’s main faculties are as follows

Civil Engineering
Power and Communications Engineering
Mining and geology
Chemical technology and metallurgy
Architecture, urban planning and design
Information and control systems
Transportation and machine building
Humanities and Social Sciences

About Georgia Technical University (GTU)

Georgian Technical University has provided more than 60% of the engineering, chemistry and scientific industry professionals in Georgia over the past 80 years. While its main counterpart Tbilisi State University focuses on popular majors such as civil law or economics, GTU continues its great tradition of providing technical specialists to industry and the exact sciences. In addition, in recent years, GTU has added more institutions, “Caucasus Business School” – a joint venture between GTU, Tbilisi State University, Georgia State University (Atlanta, Georgia, USA), School of German Studies, School of Franco-Georgian Studies and ” Cisco Networking Academy. GTU also has thirteen atomic institutes across the country

Georgian Technical University (GTU)
Georgian Technical University (GTU)

GTU uses the ECTS grading scale and awards degrees and diplomas in Specialist Diploma, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science. The first three degrees require four to four and a half years of full-time study; The Master of Science degree requires one and a half to two years of full-time study. Most students (regardless of humanities or arts majors) undergo rigorous training in mathematics and basic sciences while studying at GTU. GTU is known for its strong ties with the “Andrea Razmadze Mathematics Institute of Georgia”, the leading mathematical research institute in the Caucasus region

GTU also awards science doctoral degrees which require three or more years of advanced studies depending on the major

All degrees are also provided as part-time studies and distance studies; This may take longer to complete

Georgia Technical University (GTU) Library

The GTU Science Library is one of the largest in Georgia, housing 1,254,000 books including many unique and rare finds, and 500,000 periodicals. Plans are underway to digitize this large body of knowledge

The Central Library of Georgian Technical University is one of the largest book storage facilities in Georgia. The library’s unique storage contains many textbooks, science and fiction books, including unique publications (library anecdotes) that are stored only here. In particular, these are technical, engineering and humanitarian (VIII-XX cc) publications published in Georgia, Europe and America

Important French, German, Russian and English engineering and historical periodicals stored in the library are of great interest for presenting (and not only) the history of the engineering development process. The unique Brockhaus, Larousse and Grant encyclopedias are also stored in the library

There are fiction books in Georgian, English, Russian, German, French and other languages stored in the library. Millions of library units include books and periodicals. The library owns a large electronic database of books and periodicals

The GTU Central Library maintains an integrated library system “KOHA” (http://opac.gtu.ge) that provides search for both print and electronic publications

Courses and Fees Georgian Technical University (GTU) for international students

Bachelor’s Degree Programs and Tuition Fees

Design 3000 $ annuallyStudy 4 years
Biomedical Engineering 3000 $ annuallyStudy 4 years
Mechanical Engineering 3000 $ annuallyStudy 4 years
Computer Science 3000 $ annuallyStudy 4 years

Master’s degree programs and tuition fees

Business Administration 4000 $ annually Study two years
Biomedical Engineering 4000 $ annually Study two years
Design 4000 $ annually Study two years
Water Engineering (authorized 4000 $ annually Study two years
Viticulture and Enology 4000 $ annually Study two years
Agronomy (authorized) 4000 $ annually Study two years
Information Technology of Nuclear Engineering 4000 $ annually Study two years

Ph.D. degree programs And tuition fees

Biomedical Engineering 4000 $ annually Study 3 years

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