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The type of activity: UNESCO International Institute of Education Planning
Date and time: 15/05/2011 - 15:52 / კვირა
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In 2002, the UNESCO International Institute of Education Planning made the situational analysis about the current education reform inGeorgia. Here is the extract from the material of the newspaper “24 Saati”:
 
...According to the representative of the UNESCO International Institute of Education Planning Mr. Vargeze “The success of private higher educational institutions is based on market economy and the new methods of teaching. This, on its turn, arouses employers’ interest in employing university graduates and preconditions high coefficient of employment”.
 
...In really, several educational institutions exist today in Georgia, which match with the international standards of teaching. In average, 86 percent of graduates from these institutions start job within their specialities. It should be mentioned that only 26 percent of graduates from the popular faculties of state institutions are employed; but with graduates from other faculties, the number varies between 2-4.
 
...Only some of private higher educational institutions function today in reality ...IIEP distinguishes the top five higher educational institutions,Grigol Robakidze University is among them – index of employment is 86 percent.
 
On the other hand, there exist 26 higher educational institutions, which annually have thousands of graduates receiving diplomas in different specialities. Unfortunately, most of them are not needed today.
 
 
Statistic
 
 Employed in the field of the state and law system
 Employed in the field of economics and business
 Employed in the field of education
 Employed in the field of media
 Employed in the field of medicine
 Is employed and continues studying
 
 
 
 
 
 Employed in private companies
 Employed in state establishments and organization   
 Is employed and continues studying
 
 
 
Our students
 
Graduates from Grigol Robakidze Univeresity Lyceum and College
Graduates from Tbilisi state and private secondary schools
Transferred from other, among them state higher educational institutions
Graduates from regional state and private secondary schools of Georgia 

 

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