Indians students do not face any challenges when it comes to finding decent accommodation in Georgia. Most universities offer hostel facilities to their students within the college grounds/Campus. Most of the hostels are equipped with kitchen facilities that students can use to cook food for themselves.
Most universities also allow their students to make alternative arrangements by renting or leasing spaces. Due to the high influx of international students, there are plenty of PG options too. Not to mention the rise in the number of Indian restaurants around the university areas.
The Medical Council of India has made the NEET exam mandatory for all MBBS admissions for Indian students within and outside of India. However, the candidates must score a minimum of 60% marks in NEET to be able to apply for MBBS admission in Georgia and other countries.
The tuition fees for most medical institutes in Georgia is somewhere between $5000 to $8000. The hostel fee is about $160 to $260. Accomodation around the college is easily manageable and our team can assist you in the process.
MCI recognizes most medical institutes in Georgia. Degrees from those institutes are valid for practice in India. The only requirement for them is that they must qualify the MCI Screening Test.
Yes. In fact, some of the best MNCs are present in Georgia, and they offer internships as well as jobs to MBBS graduates.
All MBBS graduates from Georgian universities can practice in any country they like, as long as they qualify the respective country’s qualifying exam. In the case of the US, the qualifying exam is USMLE. In the UK, it’s PLAB. Likewise, in Australia, it’s AMC. European countries require you to qualify a language test as well as the respective country’s practice licensing exam.
All international students are taught in English.
The younger generations in Georgia are all well-versed in English and can interact with the foreign students effectively, without any hiccups. So, Indian students do not suffer any language barrier during their time in Georgia.
Many universities do not require you to qualify either TOEFL or IELTS. However, some institutes do require you to qualify one of those tests.
No. However, there is a performance-based stipend available for students. The stipend covers their tuition fee and hostel fee, which effectively makes it a scholarship for all practical purposes.