European University Association (EUA)
The EUA brings together 800 universities (full and associate members) and a national conference of rectors from 48 European countries. The EEU has been a member of the Association since 2021.
The European Law Faculties Association (ELFA)
was founded in 1995 by the law faculties of more than 80 European universities in Leuven, Belgium and today unites more than 150 law faculties from 49 countries on 4 continents. The EEU has been a member of the Association since 2020.
European Public Law Organization (EPLO)
The organization includes leading universities and institutes of European countries (Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Hungary, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, etc.). The EEU has been a member of the organization since 2017.
The Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE)
The association is made up of educational institutions from 90 countries on five continents.
The Association of Medical Schools in Europe (AMSE)
AMSE creates a space for medical faculties of European universities, where it is possible to share experiences in the field of education, research and management;
World Education Services (WES) in North America
was established in 1974 and one of its most important activities is the recognition of international education qualifications, the promotion of mobility and the issuance of relevant assessments and recommendations. Georgia has been a member of the organization since 2018.
Vitae (Realizing the potential of researchers), UK
the partners of Vitae are governmental, professional and research funding bodies, as well as educational institutions and donor organizations. Georgia has been a member of the program since 2020.
The World Health Organization (WHO)
is an intergovernmental international organization established in 1948. It unites 194 states, including Georgia. The East European University Medical Program is recognized by the World Health Organization.
The World Directory of Medical Schools
the directory includes recognized medical schools worldwide. The Faculty of Healthcare Sciences of the East European University has been included in the directory since 2017.
The Medical Council of India (MCI)
was established in 1934 and is an official body that aims to introduce high standards in medical education in India. The Board issues medical qualifications and accreditations to medical schools.
University Collaboration Network at the Black Sea
an EU-funded Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin to share the educational values and experience of partner countries. East European University has been involved in the project since 2014.
United Nations Global Compact Network Georgia
The Global Compact Network Georgia (GCNG) is a global network of the Global Compact Initiative. Georgian Network started its activities in 2016. The mission of the Global Compact Georgia Network is to support the ten principles of the Global Compact in Georgia, as well as to contribute to the implementation of the UN Development Goals.
The EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE)
The EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) was launched in 2008. Since its creation, EUA-CDE has been leading the transformation and strengthening of doctoral education in Europe. Nowadays EUA-CDE is the largest European network in this field, covering more than 260 universities and institutions working on issues related to doctoral education and research training in 36 countries.
The EEU become the member of EUA-CDE in 2021.
EURAXESS, a unique pan-European research and innovation initiative of the European Union, member states and associated countries. URAXESS membership gives direct access to Georgian scientists to: More 500 international and national scientific grants worldwide funds; More than 15,000 world-leading universities, research institutes and research interested businesses; More than 40 countries financial resources, exceeded several billion euros.
The Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER)
the key independent European organisation dedicated to strengthening the role of public health by improving education and training of public health professionals for both practice and research.
UK Academy of Higher Education – Advance HE
Advance HE is a member-led, sector-owned charity that works with institutions and higher education across the world to improve higher education for staff, students and society. Advance HE is known worldwide as one of the largest and most comprehensive organizations, bringing together up to 400 member organizations, including research centers from the UK and 25 countries around the world. Advance HE helps higher education be the best it can be.