Otar Kantaria graduated the specialty of Public administration in 2006. When he came to the University, he already had quite good experience. During school period he was the member of Youth Alternative Parliament.
On the basis of the partnership agreement between Grigol Robakidze University and the University of Georgia (United States), Otar was admitted to the University of Georgia and successfully completed the distance learning course in Environmental Politics. The programme was financed by the American side. After completing the course, the Attaché of the American Embassy Rowena Cross Najafi gave him the certificate of the University of Georgia.
During his studying period, Otar completed one more distance course in Human Resources and Personnel Management run by Cambridge International College.
Otar Kantaria was involved in the joint projects of Nebraska University (United States) and Grigol Robakidze University "Our Common Future: Anthology of Multicultural Mass Communication" and "Transformation of Reality and Irreality in Fiction".
With Otar's participation together with Professor Lancelot Fletcher, Professor Mikheil Gogatishvili and Professor Giorgi Baramidze, the University published "Ten Federalist Papers" in Georgian and English languages. The book was presented to President of the United States George Bush and the State Secretary Condoleezza Rice who sent the letters of gratitude to the University and gave high evaluation to the work.
After graduating the University, Otar Kantaria started to work in UN Association as the coordinator of national integration. Soon he continued his studies on the Master's programme at Atlanta University which was financed by MASK programme.
"I am happy that I graduated Grigol Robakidze University. Its merit in my formation as a professional is invaluable. I acknowledged it especially when I was in the United States. I'd like to thank the University for everything