Tbilisi (GBC) - Upon the decision of Georgian Minister of Education and Science Giorgi Amilakhvari, universities will be permitted to introduce 3-year BA programs in Business Administration.

The Ministry reported that European countries have such 180-credit programs and practice them in the best interests of students.

“The 3-year programs will contribute to the implementation of more joint international programs in Georgia. The Ministry actively works in this direction. As a result, with the involvement of all universities, other programs may gradually be amended,” the Ministry said.

The Ministry further stated that legislative regulations would be adopted shortly to permit universities to carry out 1-year MA programs.