Organizers

European Scientific Institute
The European Scientific Institute (ESI) is an international non-governmental organization, which cooperates with Universities and academic centers all over the world, by organizing international scientific events, joint 
 publications, memorandums of understanding, student exchanges and the like. ESI represents a bridge for exploration from all over the world, thus contributing to the promotion of the modern scientific accomplishments. Led by its motto “Science does not know borders”, the ESI provides a greater global exchange of knowledge and the sharing of best practices.

ESI is also dedicated to the monthly publication of the European Scientific Journal (ESJ). This international peer-reviewed journal attracts academics and scientists from all over the world. Its international prestige is also due to its editorial team which consists of eminent academics and scientists from more than sixty countries worldwide.  

Grigol Robakidze University 
was established in 1992. Graduates of the University have opportunity to meet with the demands of the labor market, as most of the academic programmes (on all three levels- Bachelor, Master, and PhD) are of multidisciplinary character. The University performs its activities considering the labour conjuncture and the society’s needs. Consequently, the mission of the University is to contribute to the county’s integration in the global economic and political space, formation of valuable information-oriented society and development of knowledge-based economy to prepare competitive specialists, persons with sense of citizenship, national consciousness, having democratic and liberal values, and with awareness of Georgian and World culture values.

Located in the capital Tbilisi, The University was renamed in honor of theGeorgian poet and thinker, Grigol Robakidze. It is one of the oldest nongovernmental (private) High Educational Institutions in Georgia.

The University of the Azores
(Portuguese: Universidade dos Açores), Azores Islands, Portugal, was created in 1976 with the aim of promoting the sustainable development of the archipelago.
Currently it has about 6195 students, 466 professors and 235 employees. It is located in the cities of Ponta Delgada (island of São Miguel), Angra doHeroísmo(island of Terceira) and Horta (island of Faial). The University of the Azores is organized by departments and schools, primarily geared to education and research.