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Caucasus University

3.9 out of 5 (30 ratings / 25 reviews) Tbilisi, Georgia
Caucasus University is an authorized higher education institution for students seeking a superior education. It curriculum is supported by participation in international programmes and by visiting professors. Engaging teaching methods are used, and these are buttressed with professional experience programs and exchange programmes for both students and scholars. 



The history of Caucasus University began in 1998 when Caucasus School of Business was established. Its motto is "Studium Pretium Libertatis".


  • CU consists of various schools: Business, Law, Media, Technology, Humanities and Social Sciences, Governance, Tourism, Medicine and HealthCare, New Cinema and Economics Schools. The university has the legal right to award standard and diplomacy specialist qualifications based on Georgian legislation: bachelors, masters and PhD degrees. There are also various certificate programs available at CU, including short study courses.
  • Courses are delivered by internationally qualified lecturers which ensures the preparation of highly-qualified specialists in various spheres.


  • Caucasus University Research Facilitation Department aims to coordinate research activities within the university. Academic Writing Center is a structural unit of Research Facilitation Department. Main objectives of this Center are: Coordinate teaching process of Academic Writing Course within the University, support academic skills development and academic integrity software implementation.
  • For this purpose, department supports research units and schools, as well as individual initiatives of the academic and scientific staff.

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Library services

Caucasus University library collection contains textbooks, reference books in English, Georgian, Turkish and French languages in various field.

Students can borrow textbooks from the library for the courses they are taking during the semester and must return them by the end of educational program, on the contrary, appropriate diploma/certificate will not be issued.

Student Life

Campus life

The University with its modern infrastructure and equipment is one of the largest higher educational institutions in Georgia and in southern Caucasus. It began a new academic year of 2017-2018 in a new campus, which is a historical building built in 1909 and in which 1911-1924 Armenian Seminary was functioning. The building has been in possession of CU since 2005; however, it was under reconstruction for a few years and has retained its historic character; so the evidence of its age is not lost.


At the decision of the Accreditation Board of the National Center for Education Quality Enhancement of Georgia – on December 30, 2014, Caucasus University was awarded a status of the educational institution (University) for five years; the students quota for the University is 4,000.

Student Reviews

A goal:to be the change.
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

For years I have big passion to be the person who will change the living order in Georgia. To achive my goals I need proper education. In Georgia there are no universities with the high quality of education, in CU I see a lots of injustice which demotivates me studying in my country. There is no objectivity, no democracy, no fair.

i think everyone should use the opportunities that the world gave us, so should i. new environment and handling problems, situations are meant to me.
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

it has few opportunities to reinforce my knowledge in psychology

My experience at my univeristy
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

At my university foreign languages are advanced and that really helped me out to practice and revise some languages. Otherwise some other subjects didn't really satisfy me.

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