Lifelong learning is a form of individual-initiated training, which focuses on lifelong professional development. This form of education is imperative for the university because it can be beneficial for people who want to maintain relevance, competitiveness, and constant adaptation to the modern labor market. The objective of the Office is to promote the lifelong professional and personal development of academic and administrative staff, students, alumni, and the general public. The Office also oversees the development and conduct of postgraduate medical education (residency) programs.
Professional Georgian language preparation program in medicine (for foreign citizens)
The program is designed for medical school students who have decided to take the Georgian state residency exam. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will have sufficient knowledge of the Georgian language to pass the state exam.
Program duration: 4 to 7 months (depending on the level of Georgian language proficiency)
The course instructor-Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor Ketevan Gochitashvili