Since December of 2013, with the initiative of University of Westminster, Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy, TMA, has been involved in the EU-funded international Tempus project - “The Development of a Curriculum and Establishment of a Regional Training Platform for Haematology in Life Sciences and Medicine”.

Within the project, TMA has partnered up with the following members of the consortium:

The objectives of the project are:

  1. To modernise, restructure and customise haematology teaching for life sciences and medical degrees in the South Caucasian Universities (SCUs) based on ECTS;
  2. To develop and prepare blended and e-learning teaching and assessment resources in haematology for life sciences and medical degrees at SCUs
  3. To train SCU staff at EU universities in teaching modern haematology;  
  4. To set up a Caucasian Regional Platform in Haematology (CARPH);
  5. To exercise stringent quality control and management over project implementation; 
  6. To disseminate the project outcomes applying strategies benefiting its further sustainability.

Within the project, TMA has reached the following results: