Alte University


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  • Program Structure
  • Admission rules
  • Employment opportunities
  • Contact Information
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Today, lawyers are widely represented in public and international organizations, consulting firms, law enforcement agencies, the scientific, educational, political, and business sectors, the notary chamber, human rights organizations, etc. This field of activity has been and is prestigious for many centuries, which is due to the urgency of the field, as well as the growing demand for legal specialists in the local and international market.

The purpose of the program 

The aim of the Alte University Bachelor of Laws program is to provide the student with a broad knowledge of the basic features, theories, institutions, and norms of substantive and procedural law, as well as basic principles and values ​​in public, criminal, private, and international law; and to develop all the skills needed to apply the acquired knowledge in practice, such as the ability to analyze, critically think, and uphold values.

Learning methods

The program is implemented using learning methods such as lecture, explanation, analysis, mental assault, discussion, debate, deductive and inductive methods, case analysis, comparative-legal analysis, historical-legal analysis, case study, case-based training (PBL), action-oriented learning, collaborative learning, group work, Problem-based learning (PBL), etc.

The key aspect of the program

The program offers:

  • A wide range of subjects, including communication skills, legal writing, professional ethics, contracting methods, procedural skills in criminal, civil, and administrative law, constitutional proceedings, fundamental human rights and freedoms, corporate law, banking law, insurance law, international law, criminology, etc;
  • taking part in simulated processes;
  • Involvement in research projects;
  • internships in prestigious private and public institutions;
  • Workshops, thematic seminars, meetings with invited guests, etc;

Learning outcomes 

  • Upon completion of the program, the graduate will be able to: define and apply critical thinking skills to the essence and system of law, relevant theories and methods, sources (including Georgian law's historical sources), features of legal systems, basic institutions of public, criminal, and private law, material and procedural norms, principles, and the ratios of national and international law;
  • Describe the legal mechanisms for the protection of rights, the various types of legal proceedings, and the various measures of responsibility;
  • Identify the legal problem and solve it by analyzing the relevant legal norms, developing strategies and tactics, both individually and as a team;
  • Compile documents of legal content in accordance with the established standards, participate in the legal process;   
  • Based on logical discussion and analysis, formulate a legally substantiated ethical position/conclusion and purposefully convey it inappropriate oral and written form, in Georgian and English, using communication technologies;     
  • To seek and analyze legally relevant information and develop a thesis from a variety of sources to solve complex and unforeseen problems;
  • They expand their knowledge through court experience, legislative changes, and scientific research;
  • Adhere to professional ethics, human rights and act in accordance with legal values;

A graduate of the Bachelor of Laws can successfully pursue a Master of Laws program at Alte University.

Qualification to be awarded: Bachelor of Laws
Credit / Duration: 240 credits / 4 years
Language of Instruction: Georgian

Program structure: Compulsory courses (public, private, criminal, and international law) -145 credits
Compulsory-elective courses - 55 credits  
Free courses - 40 credits

Admission is based on passing the Unified National Examinations and also in accordance with other rules established by the legislation of Georgia; Also, a student may be enrolled in the program without passing the Unified National Examinations, in accordance with the legislation of Georgia.

Subjects to be submitted: Georgian language and literature; Any foreign language; History or Mathematics
Number of students to enroll : 150 
Annual fee: 2250 GEL

A graduate of the Bachelor of Laws program will be able to be employed as a lawyer, law expert, law consultant, etc:

  • In legal service organizations;
  • In relevant public institutions in the field;
  • In the private sector;
  • In non-governmental organizations;
  • In international organizations;
  • In relevant research organizations;

Contact number: 032 2 40 29 46/48

Please follow the link below and: fill out a registration form to be interviewed by a university representative.

Will students be able to participate in exchange programs?

Students of the Alte University Bachelor of law program can participate in exchange programs announced by partner universities in Europe, Asia, and the Caucasus.

  • We actively cooperate with the Erasmus + program;
  • We have the Confucius Institute, which gives each student the opportunity to study Chinese for free and receive 100% funding for studying in China;

What funding opportunities do Alte University students have?

  • Grant issued by the University;
  • scholarship;

In what cases does the student receive a scholarship?

For a student to be eligible to receive a scholarship, they must have high academic standing and be actively involved in student conferences, research, projects, and cultural and sporting events on behalf of the university.

What is the difference between a university grant and a scholarship?

  • Grant- A grant awarded by a university is different from a grant awarded by the state as a result of the Unified National Examinations and is an additional opportunity for each student. The grant is awarded by the University Foundation with the aim of increasing access to quality education and promoting research in the educational sphere., each student who will have a GPA of 3.5 or higher at the end of the semester will be fully funded for each subsequent semester.
  • Scholarship - Details can be found at the link

Academic Staff

Learning course: Legal English, labour law

Goga Kikilashvili

Member of the Independent Board of the High School of Justice, Associate Professor
Learning course: Criminal Procedure

Alexandre Iashvili

Judge of the Criminal Cases Panel of the Tbilisi City Court, Associate professor
Learning course: General Administrative Law, Civil Law

Ketevan Tskhadadze

Dean of the School of Law, Professor
Learning course: International Human Rights Law

Nino Nikolaishvili

Ministry of justice of georgia, head of the department of state representation in international courts, Assistant professor
Learning course: Procedural Skills in Administrative Law

Alexandre Tsuladze

Georgia's Supreme Court Justice, Associate Professor
Learning course: Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms

Nana Mchedlidze

Expert of the non-governmental organization "Rights of Georgia", Associate professor
Learning course: Procedural Skills in Criminal Law (Practical Course)

Natia Mogeladze

Founder and managing partner of the legal company "Legal line", Associate professor
Learning course: Personal Data Protection Law

Nika Asvanua

Adviser to the Independent Inspector of the High Council of Justice on Administrative Law, Assistant professor
Learning course: Introduction to Civil Law, Family and Inheritance Law

David Imnadze

Notary Chamber of Georgia, notary, Professor
Learning course: Criminal justice process

Lasha Bitsadze

Head of the Department for Ensuring Effective Support of State Prosecution in Jury Court Cases, Assistant Professor
Learning course: EU Law

Nino Mishidze

Legal Advisor at EU Law Department, Invited lecturer
Learning course: EU Law

Nino Lobjanidze

Legal Advisor at EU Law Department, Invited lecturer
Learning course: Criminal law

Gia Markoidze

Head of the Department of Border Management Policy Planning and Risk Assessment of the Information Analytical Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Assistant
Learning course: Public Law

Nino Sharmanashvili

Senior specialist of the legal affairs committee of the Parliament of Georgia, Assistant
Learning course: Civil law

Levan Dundua

Head of Legal Department of JSC Miso Intelexpress, Associate Professor
Learning course: Criminal law

Zurab Chabashvili

The Inspector of particularly important affairs of the International Relations Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Assistant
Learning course: International Public Law, Humanitarian Law

Natia Kalandarishvili - Muller

International expert in humanitarian law, Professor
Learning course: general part of criminal law

Archil Shekhlashvili

Head of the National Department of Europol of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, professor
Learning course: Civil Law

Shota Makhatadze

Head of legal services of Nexia TA LLC, Invited lecturer