On May 30, 2015 students of the School of Public Administration and Politics, among them those of Batumi Representation, started their educational visit to France, Germany and Luxemburg. The visit was financed by Grigol Robakidze University.
May 31 - the students went sightseeing in Strasburg.
June 1 - the students visited the Council of Europe and looked round the courtroom. They met the representatives of the Council of Europe, who spoke about the history, structure and composition of the Council of Europe.
June 2 - the students visited Stuttgart, Germany. They viewed the city and visited a well-known Mercedes Benz Museum.
June 3 - the students visited the European Court of Human Rights, where they attended the trial of Dogan and Others v. Turkey. The Georgian students were met by the judge to the European Court of Human Rights of Georgia, Nona Tsotsoria. She spoke in detail about the activity, structure, and execution of judgment process of the Court and answered students’ questions.
June 4 - the students paid a visit to European Parliament, which is based in Strasburg, Brussels, and Luxemburg. The students looked round the Parliament's seat in Strasburg. They met a representative of protocol, viewed an impressive building of the Parliament and received interesting and full information about the creation of EP, its development, selection rules, its authority and function.
June 5 - the students left for Luxemburg, where they looked round the Luxemburg ‘s building of EP and the Court of Justice. In addition, they saw the sights of Luxemburg.
June 6 - the students returned to Georgia with indelible impressions.