About Faculty

The Faculty of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences is the main educational unit of the University, Which ensures the preparation of students for undergraduate and graduate programs in the conditions of academic freedom and institutional autonomy.

The main task and objectives of the faculty is to provide students with education, relevant to modern standards and to train future-oriented, highly qualified, competitive specialists in accordance with the growing demands of the local or international markets;

Since the foundation, programs at the faculty have been constantly developing. According to the rules of the university, the implementation of the program is constantly monitored, including:

  • Systematic survey of students, employers, graduates;
  • Periodic research of market demand;
  • Observation of the lecture process.

As a result of the received feedback, amendments are made in the programs and the learning process is improved.

Another factor in the success of the Faculty is the highly qualified academic personnel, characterized by rich practical experience, which ensures the saturation of students' theoretical knowledge with practical aspects.

Annual international scientific and student conferences are held by the faculty which ensures strengthening the relations with domestic and foreign partners. It also ensures that, students' lives to be constantly active.

The aim of the The Faculty of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences is to corresponding to modern standards and to prepare future-oriented, highly qualified, competitive specialists in accordance with the growing demands of the local or international market.

Dean of Faculty:

  • Eka Kavelidze
  • Email: kavelidze.eka@eu.edu.ge

Deputy Head of the faculty:

Tamar Azariashvili 

For more information about the programs, see the link.

The Institute of law is based on the basis of the faculty. It publishes the international scientific journal "Law and World". The Institute has signed understanding memoranda with high-ranked organizations and universities around the world.

The faculty contains a legal aid centre. The centre employs undergraduate students, who provide legal advice to people and companies, with the help of experienced practising lawyers. According to the client’s requirement, they prepare legal documents and lawsuits, participate in the negotiation process, etc. The Center has provided a number of legal consultations, filed numerous lawsuits, and prepared legal documents since its establishment.

One of the most important parts of the Center's activity is the constitutional proceedings. Students employed at the centre prepare constitutional claims and a court friend position.

The European University conducts an annual evaluation of the academic-scientific activities of the academic staff.

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