Access to quality education is an equal right for every person to fully develop his personality and acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for equal opportunities to succeed in private and public life. Therefore, the model of quality education is the cornerstone of the development of every country. Ministers responsible for higher education from 29 European countries signed a declaration on June 19, 1999 in Bologna, one of the oldest university cities in Italy, and with this signature expressed their common willingness to participate in the formation of a single European area of higher education. Georgia joined the Bologna process at the Bergen summit in 2005, as a result of which significant reforms were carried out in the higher education system. Today, 3,960 educational institutions operate in Georgia, where about 120,000 people are employed. Among them, more than 80,000 are engaged in teaching activities at various educational levels.