About Me

 Hello, my name is Zurab Dartsmelia and I am from Georgia. I would like to briefly introduce myself first. I was born in Ukraine and some of my family members are still living there. I am 22 years old. My hobby is watching football, basketball and tennis.

I was playing basketball on professional level and furthermore with my team won championship of Georgia. I got a serious injury and had to finish basketball career. Then I entered Sulkhan Saba Orbeliani Teaching University at the Faculty of law. I chose to study legislation because in my opinion lawyers are best problem-solvers, analysts and innovative thinkers. I have made important decision and it has given me knowledge in the field of Public, Civil, Criminal and constitutional law. At university, I was one of the best students because I was always an active participant of various activities and events connected to law and legal and political issues (such as participation in conferences, series of meetings with ambassadors of different countries to Georgia etc).

I participated in Erasmus+ student exchange program and studied in Poland for 6 months at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. There I met lots of people from different countries and I am still in touch with them. It was great and unforgettable time!

 I have fallen in love with Poland since my first visit. The biggest treasure of the country is its people: open, hospitable, friendly, diligent and courageous! I am lucky to have many Polish friends. I have travelled to many cities in Poland: Gdansk, Krakow, Warsaw, Lublin, Gdynia and all of those places impressed me so much with marvelous buildings, amazing architecture, historical places and fascinating views!

After the graduation of University I decided to take a gap year before applying for Master’s degree and start voluntary work. It’s a new challenge for me: volunteering abroad gives me the chance to vote every day about the kind of community and world we want to live in. It gives me the opportunity to be a part of something bigger than myself and use my civic responsibility for the greater good.

I decided to come back to Poland and I was given a unique chance to I become an EVS program participant in Wola.


Special thanks to Fundacja Rozwoju Spoleczenstwa Prezedsiebiorczego and Bridge of Friendship Kartlosi for their priceless support! My advice to dear readers is – Never stop working on yourself . Self development is one of the most important parts of success.


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