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Ƶ in Numbers

Ƶ in Numbers

Active Ƶ

Since 2005, the Ƶ (Ƶ) serves to establish international standards of education, develop competitive professionals and successful individuals. 

In the 2020-2021 academic year, the number of active students is 1,527. Below, you can see the distribution of students by academic programs and degrees.


Active Ƶ by Academic Programs

Active Ƶ by Degrees

Graduated Ƶ

Since its foundation, 2,482 students have successfully graduated from Ƶ (Ƶ). According to the statistics, more than 92% of are employed.

Below, you can see the distribution of graduates by academic programs and degrees.


Graduated Ƶ by Academic Programs

Graduated Ƶ by Degrees

Employment Rate

Ƶ pays special attention to the employment of its students and their career growth. According to the statistics more than 92% of the graduates and more than 50% of the 3rd and 4th year students are employed. This high rate is due to the fact that each faculty is in close relationship with the employers, so that the programs and the methods of learning fully correspond to the market demands. The Career Center, which represents connecting hub between the employers and the Ƶ students/graduates, constantly provides students with information about internship programs and vacancies in the market and manages trainings and employment forums together with partner organizations. 

Ƶ offers flexible schedules to the 3rd and 4th year students. In addition to this, students are given the possibility of internship and employment in different structures at Ƶ.

Comparison of Ƶ and OECD indicators

*Student per Lecturer Ratio is an important indicator when it comes to calculating world university rankings. Student-Lecturer Ratio indicates the average number of students for one lecturer, that is, how the lecturer's time is divided between the students, on average how much time is allotted to one student. The student-lecturer ratio is calculated by dividing the number of students who attend a school or university by the number of lecturers in the institution.

For Ƶ this ratio is 8. This means that there are approximately 12 students for one lecturer. The lower this ratio, the more time is allotted to one student.

In OECD member countries, the average Student per Lecturer Ratio in the universities is 13. For Georgian universities, the average student-lecturer ratio is 16. This means that Ƶ exceeds international standards.

One of the central factors of the Ƶ academic process is the principle of small classes.

*Source: OECD. See  for notes; National Statistics Office of Georgia.