Congratulations if you have received an offer from the British University in Georgia. We are looking forward to welcoming you with access to a variety of student support services. The Department of Student Service Development and Alumni Relations at the British University in Georgia delivers multiple student support services that are appropriate to create a student-centered learning environment.
The British University in Georgia has consulting services to support students in planning their study process and improving academic performance. The university is distinguished by a student-oriented learning environment and, as needed, individual approaches are created for each of them.
Every student of the British University in Georgia has a personal tutor who assists in any direction that may be relevant to his or her career, learning and success. A student may consult a personal tutor for any support, be that to do with academic work or a more personal matter. (see. The Mentoring Programme Administration Rule)
The university promotes student employment and involvement in internship programmes worldwide.
The British University supports the creation of student unions.
British University motivates student projects and supports student initiatives, both commercial and non-commercial. The annual call for papers is a transparent process. (See Rules for issuing student grants)
The British University encourages students to cooperate with students of universities worldwide and to engage in joint commercial projects.
Our counselling service offers students short-term individual or group counselling to support them in the following areas: fear of failure, procrastination, concentration issues, lack of discipline, lack of motivation, fear of exams, presentation anxiety, study stress, loss of confidence, poor self-esteem, and study or graduation problems, etc.
We use various activities and techniques from different approaches: cognitive-behavioral therapy, gestalt therapy, art therapy, mindfulness, etc.
The quality of student services and how they are fit for purpose are assessed by the Department of Student Service Development and the Alumni Relations and Quality Assurance Department. Students outcomes are regularly reviewed in order to improve or revise our approach.
Student clubs on campus
Student mentor ratio