Agricultural University of Georgia

Agricultural University of Georgia was established in 1929 and has been from that time onward the primary university in Georgia for higher education in agriculture and related fields. After a period of decline following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the university was privatized in 2011 and work began immediately to make it a modern, high-quality research university. Since then, millions of dollars have been spent renovating the educational and research infrastructure while the new management recruits high-quality Georgian and foreign scientists and professors, revises curriculums and syllabuses in accordance with the best models from Europe and America, and facilitates and promotes research activities in the agricultural sector.

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