The Mission of the University
The mission of The University of Georgia is to expand the borders of knowledge and educate people in a way to promote healthy, humane and democratic development of the society through their professional activities and scientific achievements based on honesty and hard work, for the good of the state and mankind.
Aims of the University
The aims of the University of Georgia are defined by the mission of the university. Consequently, the University of Georgia's closest aims are as follows:
- Meet the standards of highly developed countries in the field of social sciences and prepare qualified personnel acquainted with American and European management methods and models for work in various fields of social life. They are expected to master English and other languages if required.
- In the era of modern advanced technologies, provide students with a multidisciplinary education and foster their creative thinking skills, so they develop as fully viable specialists.
- The modern epoch demands the continuity of process of education. Anyone willing to proceed with their career is obliged to seek professional development through trainings, professional enhancement courses and programs or mastering new professions. It is the goal of the university to work out special programs aimed at providing an opportunity for those working in various fields of social sciences to acquire new knowledge and skills as well as refresh and update the competencies that they already have.
- Serve the interests of the nation. National interests require not false emotions but preparation of textbooks that are currently nonexistent in the Georgian language, preparation of special terminology, and introduction into society of contemporary knowledge. In the long run, this will improve the living standards of our citizens and will provide a foundation for the advance and success of the Georgian culture and civilization.