Universities and schools

There are several quality academic and training programs in Georgia.  

Tbilisi State University is the oldest educational institution in Georgia. It offers bachelor’s, master’s and PhD programmes in journalism as part of the Department of Social and Political Sciences.   

The Caucasus School of Journalism and Media Management of the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs offers academic programs at bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels, and is known for practical, hands-on education. It draws students from Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia. CSJMM has journalism, media management, audiovisual and public relations programmes.  

In 2007, the Caucasus School of Media was established at the Caucasus University. It offers bachelor’s and master’s level programmes, with three academic tracks: journalism, media management and strategic communication.  

The University of Georgia, School of Journalism and Mass Communications, offers bachelor’s and master’s level programmes in journalism, media management and public relations.  

Several other state and private universities, such as Tavartkiladze Teaching University, Georgia David Aghmashenebeli University, Grigol Robakidze University, International Black Sea University, Ilia State University, Georgian Technical University and Theater and Film Georgia State University, offer journalism, public relations and mass communication programs.