Governance and Accreditation


Students are following study programs that are identical to the one implemented in the French partner universities, while remaining in Georgia. Mobility to France is not mandatory but a possibility in each double-degree programs, except for the Master’s degree in tourism, which requires the students to study one semester in Lyon.
The implementation of the double-degree is based on teaching visits of French professors to Georgia.
Languages of instructions are English, French and Georgian and vary among the different degrees.

Each program includes field practice in a professional environment that counts for ECTS points. These types of practices and internships will complete the theoretical education obtained during classes with professional skills to enhance the employability of the student. Lectures also involve individual and group projects.

All FGU programs are accredited according to both the French and Georgian legislation.