Caucasus International University (CIU) is based in the capital city of Georgia, Tbilisi; it has 20 years of history. CIU Faculty of Medicine has been operating since 1995 and has produced and employed a number of successful medics.
CIU programs are accredited by the Government of Georgia. In addition, CIU faculty of medicine is approved by World Health Organization (WHO) and listed in the World Dictionary of medical Schools (WDOMS).
Medical Educational Programs of CIU include teaching basic and clinical disciplines. For this reason, teaching laboratories of basic disciplines are operating at the University such as the Anatomy Room equipped with the latest anatomical models and phantoms, Biochemical Teaching Laboratory, Research Laboratory of Neuroscience and Applied Physiology- where students are able to conduct experiments on animals. In addition, students have an opportunity to participate in various kinds of experiments, carried out in Ivane Beritashvili “Life Science Center”.
Biochemical Teaching Laboratory, Research Laboratory of Neuroscience and Applied Physiology. Students are able to conduct experiments. Educational Laboratory for Propaedeutics of Internal Illnesses. The laboratory facilitates the study of physical methods required for patients’ examination in accordance with modern standards.