GTU may mean:

  • GT University School of Supernatural Ministry
  • Georgetown Municipal Airport
  • Georgian Technical University, largest polytechnic high school in the country of Georgia
  • Gujarat Technological University, largest University in Gujarat, India
  • Graduate Theological Union, a consortium of independent California theological education institutions
  • Grand Touring Under, a class in the IMSA GT Championship
  • Chevrolet Beretta GTU, see Chevrolet Beretta

Other articles related to "gtu":

Starr King School For The Ministry - Distinctions
... SKSM is one of the three GTU member schools offering online classes and it co-sponsors the online courses offered by the Institute for Buddhist Studies, another GTU member school ... It is also the only GTU school offering a low-residence Master of Divinity, a program allowing 2/3 of the degree to be earned at a distance, i.e ... may be met through courses at SKSM or other GTU schools, domestic and international immersion courses, or Winter or Summer intensive courses ...
Georgian Technical University - Organization
... State University focuses on popular specialties like Civil Law or Economics, GTU continues its fine tradition of providing technical specialists to the industry and exact sciences ... Additionally, over the recent years GTU added more establishments, "Caucasus Business School" (a joint project of GTU, Tbilisi State University and Georgia State University (Atlanta, Georgia, USA), German ... GTU also has thirteen offspring institutes all over the country ...
Graduate Theological Union
... The Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley (GTU) is a consortium of nine independent theological schools, and eleven centers and affiliates ... The GTU was founded in 1962 ... The GTU is affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley, and most of the GTU member schools are located in the Berkeley hills one block north of the ...
Dominican School Of Philosophy And Theology - History
... (WASC) and in the fall of 1964 the College joined the nascent GTU, becoming the first Roman Catholic school to participate in that consortium ... From the time of its association with the GTU, the School had leased space for classes and faculty offices ... In 2004, the School purchased a permanent campus site in Berkeley near other GTU member schools, and began offering classes at the new site in September 2006 ...