Study in Georgia

Why Study in Georgia?

Georgia is a great place to live and study in. As an international student, you will have a great experience by choosing Georgia to study and live in.

Here are top four reasons to study in Georgia:


1- Language: As an international student, you will have the chance to study the Georgian language, it will not help you much in your college career, but it will give you an opportunity to enhance your knowledge and learn a new language, which will be good in your CV. You will also have the chance to study in English, which is the most spoken language in the world.

2- History: Georgia is an important stop on ancient trade routes between Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, to the Soviet Union, Georgia’s history is a long, exciting, diverse and intense story, which is worthy for you to study it.

3- Safety: Georgia has proven to be a comfortable and welcoming place where international students can feel at ease navigating through life independently.

4- Cultural Fusion: Georgia’s food, culture, architecture, and art show influences from every direction, blending together with the pieces of Georgia’s own unique identity to create a traveler’s dream destination.


Tuition Fees and Living Expenses

Tuition Fees in Georgia:

For international students: tuition fees will cost you around 4500$ per year.

Living Expenses cost in Georgia:

Living expenses will cost you around $2400 per year.

Other expenses will cost you around $1.000 per year

Estimated Cost of Living:

The total cost of the study year in Georgia will cost you around $7000 per year.

Housing will cost you between $200 to $400 per month depending on the size and the place of the apartment you will live in.

General Costs per Month on average:
Housing700 – 2000 USD
Food300 – 500 USD
Sports32 – 42 USD
Transportation90 USD
Utilities135 – 190 USD
Internet55 USD


Admission Requirements

In order to apply to study in Georgia, first, you need to choose a university that you want to study in. as there are a lot of universities in Georgia, and each university has its admission requirements.

Required documents:

– International student application.

– Transcript from college.

– Copy of all pages of the passport.

– Letter of recommendation.

– Admission Essay.

– Student CV.

– Application fee.

For Bachelor programs:

– High school certificate.

For Master programs:

– Bachelor transcripts and graduate certificate.

– Statement of purpose.

– Letter of recommendation.

– Admission Essay.

– Student CV.

Language requirements:

– IELTS: 6.0

– TOEFL: 81

Program duration:

  • Bachelor programs duration: 3 – 4 years.
  • Master and Ph.D. programs duration: 1 – 2 years.

work opportunities

Working in Georgia

International “F-1” students are eligible to work full-time “a minimum of 35 hours per week” or part-time “20 to 35 hours per week” during the summer semester.

During the fall or spring semester, students are only eligible to work part-time “20 hours per week”.


visa process

Visa Process

If you are an EU student, you do not need a visa if you will study in Georgia for a short period “less than three months”.

If you are a non-EU student, or if you are, an EU student and you will study in Georgia for a long period, you need a student visa in order to study in Georgia. You can apply for a Georgian student visa in any Georgian Embassy in your country.

Required documents for a student visa:

– Passport.

– Visa application.

– One passport size photo.

– Bill of paying the visa-processing fee.

– Document proving the purpose of the visit.

– The source for covering your expenses in Georgia.

– Travel insurance.

– If you are planning to work in Georgia, you will need a work permit.

Note that:

If you are going to study in Georgia more than three months, you will need to apply for a temporary residence permit as soon as you arrive in Georgia.

Our office is ready to help you with all procedures starting from finding the right universities and courses to the admission and getting the acceptance letter until the applying for the student visa and the admission to the university.

study language

Study Georgian in Georgia:

Georgian is the official language of Georgia, and it is used in all areas of society and a working knowledge of the language is essential for effective communication in Georgia.

The Georgian language is a member of the South Caucasian family of languages. It is the most widely spoken member of that language family.

The official Georgian language is a Kartvelian language, which is used in most of the Georgian universities or high institutions as a primary language of instruction.

In most institutions, students can join preparatory courses in order to learn in the Georgian language before pursuing the first year courses.

Study English in Georgia:

There are some universities that offer English courses, designed specifically for international students.

Medicine faculties in Georgia require students to have good knowledge of their English.

As an international student, you can develop your academic English language skills in order to meet the English language requirements at Georgian universities offering degree studies for international students.

You can choose an English language school anywhere in the world and pick your preferred English exam preparation course from diverse language course options.

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