East European University (EEU)

Established in 2012, East European University (EEU) operates as a privately held educational institution. In 2017, the Faculty of Healthcare Sciences welcomed its inaugural cohort of medical students. However, in terms of knowledge and teaching experience, the Faculty of Healthcare Sciences at East European University is relatively young.

The teaching faculty at East European University Georgia comprises over 150 educators, including professors, associate professors, assistant professors, and invited lecturers. Since 2017, EEU has been admitting international students, with a diverse student body hailing from countries such as Israel, India, Uzbekistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Iraq, Qatar, Lebanon, the USA, Nigeria, Singapore, and more.