A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
In regards to the study of biological & life sciences, students may focus on one aspect of natural science or study how they work together, such as the environment and human health or biology and geology.
Education in Georgia is partially financed for those people pursuing education between ages 18 and 35 years. This system enables students to acquire practical skills and knowledge which helps the whole world face the challenges of the 21st century.
Top Master Programs in Life Sciences in Georgia 2017/2018
After graduation of this programme, with the acquired knowledge and awarded qualification, person will be able to work in private sector, governmental and nongovernmental organizations such as wine companies, grape growing companies, sparkling wine and distilled beverages enterprises, laboratories, tasting commissions, associations working in the field of viticulture and enology, Ministry of Agriculture and its affiliated agencies. [+]
The English Master’s Programme of Agronomy ("EMPA"), established in Fall 2017, provides a unique opportunity to prospective candidates aspiring to become future global leaders in the field of agronomy. All EMPA courses and lectures are offered in English to prepare students to face real-life challenges of the global economy. Our expert team of English-speaking professors and lecturers are trained to equip each student with the English skills necessary to compete in both the academic and professional fields. We are confident that EMPA is the leading international programme in the field of agronomy. [+]