How Georgia Is Emerging As A Favorable Destination For Medical Students
eGov|May 2019

It is a fantasy of many students to study medical science in Europe. Georgia is gradually emerging as a new destination for the Indian students to study medical science, as the courses offered by the medical universities in Georgia are both recognised by the Medical council of India and World Health Organisation (WHO).

Georgia is a sovereign state in the Caucasus region of Eurasia and is one of the most exciting and stimulating countries in the world. Situated at the juncture of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, the country is bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the east by Azerbaijan.

At present, Georgia is emerging as a significant and a popular destination among the medical students who wish to pursue their higher studies in Europe. Georgia is fast emerging as a new destination for the Indian students to study medicines. The country is gradually enhancing its educational standards to become a top choice for students. Medical universities in Georgia are the best in Central Europe. The courses offered by the medical universities in Georgia are both recognised by the Medical council of India and World Health Organisation (WHO).

Benefits and Advantages of Studying MBBS in Georgia

Apart from being a beautiful country, Georgia provides various benefits to International students. Students from India and other countries come to Georgia to take medical education. These are some of the reasons why students prefer to study medical in Georgia.

No donations

No entrance exam

Scholarships for meritorious students

Globally recognised degree

Good climate throughout the year

Affordable fees and low cost of living

Fully English medium

Highly qualified faculty

Eligible for education loan

Covered under ECTS & Bologna Process

Student can work in any European country

Studying MBBS in Europe and finally settling there is a dream for every student. MBBS fees in Georgia is comparatively low and the quality of education in Georgia is very high. That is why Georgia is becoming one of the famous destinations for taking medical education in Europe. Many Indian students have started going to Georgia after 2011.

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