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					EU subject code/Fields of study     Mobility (1-5)     University Subject
                             14.1                    2 Political Administration
                             14.1                    2 Political Administration
                             07,1                    2 Geography
                             07,1                    2 Geography
                             08,3                    2 History
                             09,1                    2 Modern EC Languages
                                                       General and Comparative
                             09,2                    2 Literature
                                                       General and Comparative
                             09,2                    2 Literature
                                                       General and Comparative
                             09,2                    3 Literature
                             09,1                    2 Modern EC Languages
                             09,3                    2 Linguistics
                             09,3                    2 Linguistics
                             09,4                    2 Translation, Interpretation
                             09,6                    2 Non-EC Languages
                             09,6                    2 Non-EC Languages
                             09,7                    2 Non-EC Languages
                             09,8                    1 Non-EC Languages
                             09,9                    1 Non-EC Languages
                            09,10                    1 Non-EC Languages
                            09,11                    1 Non-EC Languages
                            09,12                    1 Non-EC Languages
                            09,13                    1 Non-EC Languages
                            09,14                    2 Non-EC Languages
                            09,15                    2 Non-EC Languages
                            09,16                    2 Non-EC Languages
                            09,17                    1 Non-EC Languages
                            09,18                    1 Non-EC Languages
                            09,19                    1 Non-EC Languages
                             11.1                    3 Mathematics
                             14.6                      Business Studies with
                                                     2 International Relations
                             04.1                      languages
Name of course/program                            Language Max number of scholarships
Foreign Policy and International Security         EN
State and Finance                                 EN
M.A Course in Human Geography of Georgia          EN
M.A Course in Tourism of Georgia                  EN
MA Course in Modern World History                 EN/DE
Semantics of the English Language MA Course       EN
Corse in German Language and Literature           DE
Course in English Language and Literature         EN
PhD Course in West European and American Literature EN/DE
MA Course in Functional Gramar                    EN
MA Course in Sociolinguistics                     EN
MA Course in Linguistics                          EN
MA Course in Text Analysis and Interpretation     EN
Special Course in “Quran”                         AR
Arabic Dialectology 1; Arabic Dialectology 2      AR
Special Course in Modern Arabic Literature        AR
Arabic Language 1, Arabic Language 2              EN/AR
Arabic Language 3, Arabic Language 4              EN/AR
Arabic Language 5, Arabic Language 6              AR
Turkish Language 1, Turkish Language 2            EN
Turkish Language 3, Turkish Language 4            EN
Turkish Language 5, Turkish Language 6            EN
Ancient and Middle Persian Languages              EN
Special Course in Classical Persian Literature    DE
Special Course in Modern Persian Literature       DE
Persian Language 1,PersianLanguage 2              EN/DE
Persian Language 3, Persian Language 4            EN/DE
Persian Language 5, Persian Language 6            EN/DE
Teory of Function                                 EN
MA Course in International Relations              EN
Explanatory text                                                                              Homepage   Duration (months)
Foreign policy and international security students with the advanced and empirical
The aim of the course is to familiarize the
concepts in financial course is to acquaint students to specialize in their preferred
The purpose of this economics, and to allow them with Geography of Georgia.
During the course students will study Georgia’s natural and human landscapes, as
The course is aimed to introduce tourism resources and tourism regions in Georgia.
Tourism and its role for Georgia’s economy will me mainly accented. The
MA Course in Modern World History provides the wide-ranging knowlidge in USA
History, USA Foreign Policy andthe EnglishGermany after World War I students
The course in the “Semantics of History of Language” aims to introduce
to the main concepts, wide-ranging as well issues in one of the major branches of
The program providestheories and researchas in-depth knowledge of various
The program provides wide-ranging as well as prepares you for a of various
aspects of German language and literature andin-depth knowledge professional
aspects of English language and literature and prepares you for aAmerican
The program provides in-depth knowledge in west European and professional
literature (general course) and in one of the to grammar that literatures students
The course presents a functional approach west European helps the (English,
study the language through functions rather than general rules. By taking
The course in “Sociolinguistics” aims to provide agrammaroverview of this a
The course in Linguostylistics aims at on the of the stylistic devices within the
interdisciplinary field of study focusing studies social relevance of linguistic variation.
multifunctional linguistic in the students skills texts.
The course aims at developingmodern Englishinterpreting functional prose and
critical analysiscourserelevant linguistic, stylistic and narration concepts. The main
The aim of the using is to acquaint students with “Quran” and its structure. They
will develop their reading, translating course in Arabic Dialectology. The MA course
This course offers two-semester MA and lexical analyzing skills which will help
The course is aimed of classification and spread area of dialects, the language
covers the principles to study the processes and tendencies of Modern and
Contemporary Arabic Literature.
These two courses cover the Arabic practical material and grammatical issues in
the vocabulary, cover the Arabic practical material and grammatical issues in the
These courses phonetics, morphology and syntax at Elementary level.
vocabulary, phonetics, morphology and syntax at Pre-intermediate and Intermediate
These courses cover the Arabic practical material and grammatical issues in the
These two courses cover the Turkish practical at Intermediate and Advanced level.
vocabulary, phonetics, morphology and syntax material and grammatical issues in
the vocabulary, cover the Turkish practical material at Elementary level.
These courses phonetics, morphology and syntax and grammatical issues in the
vocabulary, phonetics, morphology and syntax at Pre-intermediate and Intermediate
These courses cover the Turkish practical material and grammatical issues in the
vocabulary, phonetics, morphology and syntax at Intermediate and Advanced level.
The aim of the course is to study vocabulary, phonetics, morphology and syntax of
The goal of this Middle Persian languages.
the Ancient and course is to familiarize students with the genres of classical Persian
Literature. this course is to study the processes and trends of Modern and
The goal of
Contemporary Persian Literature. the vocabulary and grammar of the Persian
These courses include material on
language at Elementary level. After completing the course the students will be able
The courses will focus on modern Persian language at Pre-intermediate and
These courses cover the Persian should be able to work with bilingual lexicons and
Intermediate levels. The students practical material and grammatical issues in the
vocabulary, phonetics, morphology and syntax recent findings of the theory of
Equip students with knowledge of classical andat Intermediate and Advanced level.
functions and research methods. Cultivate a researcher with concentration of the
MA Course in International Relations
The course aims at developing students’ competence in professional language use, providing with necessary business terminology.
                      Earliest start date (yyyy-mm-dd)   Latest end date (yyyy-mm-dd)   Contact name
                                                                                        David Gegechkori
                                                                                        George Gavtadze
                                                                                        Ia Iashvili
                                                                                        Ia Iashvili
                                                                                        David Gegechkori
                                                                                        Nino Nijaradze
                                                                                        Nanuli Kakauridze
                                                                                        Irakli Tskhvediani
                                                                                        Nanuli Kakauridze;
                                                                                        Irakli Tskhvediani
                                                                                        Natia Zviadadze
                                                                                        Nino Nijaradze
                                                                                        Ekaterine Topuria
                                                                                        Natia Zviadadze
                                                                                        Guram Chikovani,
                                                                                        Zviad Tskhvediani
                                                                                        Zviad Tskhvediani
                                                                                        Leila Kvelidze
                                                                                        Natia Odilavadze,
                                                                                        Sophio Imedadze
                                                                                        Natia Odilavadze,
                                                                                        Sophio Imedadze
                                                                                        Zviad Tskhvediani,
                                                                                        Lela Avaliani
                                                                                        Deniz Ermis
                                                                                        Deniz Ermis
                                                                                        Deniz Ermis
                                                                                        Tamar
                                                                                        Demetrashvili
                                                                                        Paata Japaridze
                                                                                        Gaga Japaridze
                                                                                        Paata Gogia, Paata
                                                                                        Japaridze
                                                                                        Gaga Gogia, Paata
                                                                                        Japaridze
                                                                                        Gaga Gogia, Paata
                                                                                        Japaridze
                                                                                        Giorgi Oniani
                                                                                        Qetevan
                                                                                        David Gegechkori
ing with necessary business terminology.                                                Memansishvili
Contact email                 Language Requirements Academic Requirements
d.gegechkori@atsu.edu.ge
iiashvili@yahoo.com
ggavtadze@yahoo.com
iiashvili@yahoo.com

d.gegechkori@atsu.edu.ge
ninijaradze@hotmail.com
germabtkutaissi@yahoo.de
iraklitskhvediani@yahoo.com
germabtkutaissi@yahoo.de;
natiazviadadze@yahoo.com
ninijaradze@hotmail.com
etopuria@yahoo.com
natiazviadadze@yahoo.com
gchikovani@yahoo.com;
zviadi_2008@yahoo.com
zviadi_2008@yahoo.com
leilakvelidze@mail.ru
natia-odilavadze@yandex.ru;
natia-odilavadze@yandex.ru;
zviadi_2008@yahoo.com;
denizermis@yahoo.com
denizermis@yahoo.com
denizermis@yahoo.com
t_demetrashvili@yahoo.com
pajafari@yahoo.com
pajafari@yahoo.com
geousamail@gmail.com,
geousamail@gmail.com,
geousamail@gmail.com,
oniani@atsu.edu.ge
d.gegechkori@atsu.edu.ge
k.memanishvili@gmail.com
Additional information
                                                                                      Mobility
                                                                   1           2          3
           EU subject codes for priority FIELDS OF STUDY
                                                             Undergraduate   Master   Doctorate
       1     Agricultural sciences
01.1         Agriculture
01.2         Agricultural Economics
01.3         Food Science and Technology
01.4         Horticulture
01.5         Fisheries
01.6         Forestry
01.7         Animal Husbandry
01.8         Tropical/Subtropical Agriculture
01.9         Others – Agricultural Sciences
       2     Architecture, urban and regional planning
02.1         Architecture
02.2         Interior Design
02.3         Urban Planning
02.4         Regional Planning
02.5         Landscape Architecture
02.6         Transport and Traffic Studies
02.9         Others – Architecture, Urban and Regional
       3     PlanningDesign
             Art and
03.1         Fine Art (Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking)
03.2         Music and Musicology
03.3         Performing Arts
03.4         Photography, Cinematography
03.5         Design (Graphic Design, Industrial Design,
03.6         Fashion, Textile)
             History of Art
03.9         Others – Art and Design
       4     Business studies and management sciences
04.1         Business Studies with languages
04.2         Business Studies with technology
04.3         Accountancy, Financial Management
04.4         Tourism, Catering, Hotel Management
04.5         Industrial Relations and Personnel Management
04.6         Secretarial Studies
04.7         Marketing and Sales Management
04.9         Others – Business Studies, Management Science
       5     Education, teacher training
05.1         Teacher Training
05.2         Primary Education
05.3         Secondary Education
05.4         Vocational and Technical Education
05.5         Adult Education
05.6         Special Education
05.7         Educational Science, Comparative Education
05.8         Educational Psychology
05.9         Others – Education, Teacher Training
       6     Engineering, technology
06.1         Mechanical Engineering
06.2         Electrical Engineering
06.3         Chemical Engineering
06.4         Civil Engineering
06.5         Electronic Engineering, Telecommunications
06.6         Manufacturing Sciences (including CAD, CAM,
06.7         CAE)
             Materials Science
06.8         Aeronautical Engineering
06.9         Others – Engineering, Technology
       7     Geography, geology
07.1         Geography
07.2         Environmental Sciences, Ecology
07.3         Geology
07.4         Soil and Water Sciences
07.6         Geodesy, Cartography, Remote Sensing
07.7         Meteorology
07.9         Others – Geography, Geology
       8     Humanities
08.1         Philosophy
08.2        Theology
08.3        History
08.4        Archaeology
08.9        Others – Humanities
       9    Languages
09.1        Modern EC Languages
09.2        General and comparative literature
09.3        Linguistics
09.4        Translation, Interpretation
09.5        Classical Philology
09.6        Non-EC Languages
09.8        Less Widely Taught Languages
09.9        Others – Languages and Philological Sciences
       10   Law
10.1        Comparative Law, Law with Languages
10.2        International Law
10.3        Civil Law
10.4        Criminal Law, Criminology
10.5        Constitutional /Public Law
10.6        Public Administration
10.7        European Community/EU Law
10.9        Others – Law
       11   Mathematics, informatics
11.1        Mathematics
11.2        Statistics
11.3        Informatics, Computer Science
11.4        Artificial Intelligence
11.5        Actuarial Science
11.9        Others – Mathematics, Informatics
       12   Medical sciences
12.1        Medicine
12.2        Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology
12.3        Dentistry
12.4        Veterinary Medicine
12.5        Pharmacy
12.6        Nursing, Midwifery, Physiotherapy
12.7        Public Health
12.8        Medical Technology
12.9        Others – Medical Sciences
       13   Natural sciences
13.1        Biology
13.2        Physics
13.3        Chemistry
13.4        Microbiology, Biotechnology
13.5        Nuclear and High Energy Physics
13.6        Biochemistry
13.7        Astronomy, Astrophysics
13.8        Oceanography
13.9        Others – Natural Sciences
       14   Social sciences
14.1        Political Science
14.2        Sociology
14.3        Economics
14.4        Psychology and Behavioural Sciences
14.5        Social Work
14.6        International Relations, European Studies, Area
14.7        Studies
            Anthropology
14.8        Development Studies
14.9        Others – Social Sciences
       15   Communication and information sciences
15.1        Journalism
15.2        Radio/TV Broadcasting
15.3        Public Relations, Publicity, Advertising
15.4        Library Science
15.5        Documentation, Archiving
15.6        Museum Studies, Conservation
15.9        Others – Communication and Information Sciences
       16   Other areas of study
16.1   Physical Education, Sport Science
16.2   Leisure Studies
16.3   Home Economics, Nutrition
16.4   Nautical Science, Navigation
16.9   Others in Other Areas of Study
Mobility
              4            5
           Post-Doc   Academic staff
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you fill it in correctly. Below is a short explanation for how this should be done. There is also an example in the “

First you enter the name of your university (from the drop down list).

The columns with bold text are mandatory (i.e. they have to be filled in). The other columns are optional but you a
a homepage if you have one. You enter the information on sheet “Available fields of study”.

   EU subject code/Fields of study – Go to the “EU subject codes” sheet and see where your subject fits. Enter
    of study, e.g. 7.2.
   Mobility (1-5) – Enter, in number format (1 to 5), the type of mobility (1 = Undergraduate, 2 = Masters, 3 = P
    Staff). The scholarships are approx. 3-10 (effective) months for undergrads, 22 months for M Sc, 34 months fo
    and 1-3 months for staff.
   University subject – Write the name of your academic field. In most cases this is the same as the name of you
    Limnology or Spanish language.
   Name of course/program – Write the name of your course or program. This is only relevant on undergraduate,
    Write name/names of available courses (undergrad) or name of program.
   Language – Specify with a language code what language the course/program is conducted in. Below are exam
   Max number of scholarships – Write how many students/staff you can (maximum) accept for this program/cou
    This is in no way a binding agreement to accept a certain number of students or faculty members. This is the m
    under the condition that they meet your requirements.
   Explanatory text – Give a short description of your courses, masters program, Ph D subject, or research (max
   Homepage – Give a link to your homepage (if any). Observe that this link should be specific for the course/pro
   Duration (months) – Enter a number corresponding to the length of the education. Not applicable for undergra
    exchange.
   Earliest start date (yyyy-mm-dd) – Write when the course/program starts. Write in the form YYYY-MM-DD (
    arrive before 2008-09-01). Not applicable for post doc. and staff exchange.
   Latest end date (yyyy-mm-dd) – Write when the course/program ends. Write in the form YYYY-MM-DD (e.g
    for undergraduate, post doc. and staff exchange.
   Contact name – Write the name of a contact person that can give further information about this course, progr
   Contact email – Write the email address to the contact person. Contact name and email will only be displayed
    D applications. Otherwise it is used for administrative purposes.
   Language requirements – If your course or program requires language proficiency, write it here.
   Academic requirements – If your course or program requires proof of previous academic record, write it here.
   Additional information – Write any additional information that is crucial for your course or program (max 200

          Language code          Language                Explanation
         EN                English            Only available in English
         EN+FR             English and French Available in English and French
         EN/FR             English or French  Available in English or French
         DE                German
         AR                Arabic
         CZ                Czech
         PL                Polish
         IT                Italian
         PT                Portuguese
         SP                Spanish
         SW                Swedish
         DU                Dutch
”. It is automatically read into a database so it is very important that
 one. There is also an example in the “Example” sheet.



he other columns are optional but you are encouraged to fill in a link to
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and see where your subject fits. Enter the EU subject code for the field

1 = Undergraduate, 2 = Masters, 3 = Ph D, 4 = Post doc., and 5 =
ads, 22 months for M Sc, 34 months for Ph D, 6 months for post doc,

 ses this is the same as the name of your department/unit, e.g. Geology,

This is only relevant on undergraduate, masters, and maybe Ph D level.
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ogram is conducted in. Below are examples of language codes.
maximum) accept for this program/courses/exchange. Enter a number.
dents or faculty members. This is the maximum number you can accept

 ogram, Ph D subject, or research (max 200 characters).
nk should be specific for the course/program.
education. Not applicable for undergraduate, post doc. and staff

s. Write in the form YYYY-MM-DD (students are not allowed to
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er information about this course, program or staff exchange.
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