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Advantages of Studying MBBS in MBBS in Georgia

    •    Globally Recognized Courses and Universities (WHO, UNESCO, EUROPEAN COUNCIL, MCI). 
        One of the Best Transportation systems in Europe.
        No TOFEL/IELTS. World Class Universities providing Standard Education.
    •    Europe's fastest Developing country.
        No Donation, No Entrance Exam, Fully English Medium.
    •    Good Climate throughout the year.
    •    Affordable fees & Low Living Cost.
    •    There are more than 10,000 international students studying in Georgia.
        0% Crime Rate


About MBBS in Georgia

• Georgia is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia.

• Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe.

• The capital and largest city is Tbilisi.

• Georgia is a unitary, semi-presidential republic, with the government elected through a representative democracy.

• Georgia covers a territory of 69,700 square kilometres (26,911 sq mi), and its 2016 population is about 3.72 million.

• Georgia is a member of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, and the GUAM Organisation for Democracy and Economic Development.


Geographical Condition

•  Georgia is situated in the South Caucasus between latitudes 41° and 44° N, and longitudes 40° and 47° E, with an area of 67,900 km2 (26,216 sq mi).

•  It is a very mountainous country. The Likhi Range divides the country into eastern and western halves.

• The Greater Caucasus Mountain Range forms the northern border of Georgia.

•  The landscape within the nation's boundaries is quite varied. Western Georgia's landscape ranges from low-land marsh-forests, swamps, and temperate rainforests to eternal snows and glaciers, while the eastern part of the country even contains a small segment of semi-arid plains. Forests cover around 40% of Georgia's territory while the alpine/subalpine zone accounts for roughly around 10 percent of the land.


Climatic Condition

• The climate of Georgia is extremely diverse, considering the nation's small size. There are two main climatic zones, roughly corresponding to the eastern and western parts of the country. 

• The Greater Caucasus Mountain Range plays an important role in moderating Georgia's climate and protects the nation from the penetration of colder air masses from the north. The Lesser Caucasus Mountains partially protect the region from the influence of dry and hot air masses from the south.

• Much of western Georgia lies within the northern periphery of the humid subtropical zone with annual precipitation ranging from 1,000–4,000 mm (39.4–157.5 in). 

• Eastern Georgia has a transitional climate from humid subtropical to continental. The region's weather patterns are influenced both by dry Caspian air masses from the east and humid Black Sea air masses from the west.


• Archaeological research demonstrates that Georgia has been involved in commerce with many lands and empires since ancient times, largely due its location on the Black Sea and later on the historical Silk Road. Gold, silver, copper and iron have been mined in the Caucasus Mountain.

•  Georgian Wine making is a very old tradition and a key branch of the country's economy. The country has sizable hydropower resources.

• Since the early 21st century visible positive developments have been observed in the economy of Georgia. In 2007, Georgia's real GDP growth rate reached 12 percent making Georgia one of the fastest growing economies in Eastern Europe.

• The country has also maintained a solid credit in international market securities.

• Georgia is becoming more integrated into the global trading network: its 2015 imports and exports account for 50% and 21% of GDP respectively.

• Georgia's main imports are fuels, vehicles, machinery and parts, grain and other foods, pharmaceuticals. Main exports are vehicles, ferro-alloys, fertilizers, nuts, scrap metal, gold, copper ores.


Language & Religion

•  The most widespread language group is the Kartvelian Family, which includes Georgian, Svan, Mingrelian and Laz.

•  The official languages of Georgia are Georgian, with Abkhaz having official status within the autonomous region of Abkhazia. 

•  Georgian is the primary language of 87.7 percent of the population, followed by 6.2 percent speaking Azerbaijani, 3.9 percent Armenian, 1.2 percent Russian,, and 1 percent other languages.

•  Today 83.4 percent of the population practices Eastern Orthodox Christianity, with the majority of these adhering to the national Georgian Orthodox Church.

•  The Georgian Orthodox Church is one of the world's most ancient Christian Churches, and claims apostolic foundation by Saint Andrew.

•  Religious minorities of Georgia include Muslims (10.7 percent), Armenian Christians (2.9 percent) and Roman Catholics (0.5 percent). 0.7 percent of those recorded in the 2014 census declared themselves to be adherents of other religions, 1.2 percent refused or did not state their religion and 0.5 percent declared no religion at all.

•  Islam is represented by both AzerbaijaniShia Muslims (in the south-east) ethnic Georgian Sunni Muslims in Adjara, and Laz-speaking Sunni Muslims as well as Sunni Meskhetian Turks along the border with Turkey.

Education & Health

•  The education system of Georgia has undergone sweeping modernizing, although controversial, reforms since 2004. Education in Georgia is mandatory for all children aged 6–14.

•  The school system is divided into elementary (six years; age level 6–12), basic (three years; age level 12–15), and secondary (three years; age level 15–18), or alternatively vocational studies (two years). Students with a secondary school certificate have access to higher education.

•  Tbilisi has become the main artery of the Georgian educational system, particularly since the creation of the First Georgian Republic in 1918 permitted the establishment of modern, Georgian-language educational institutions. Tbilisi is the home to several major institutions of higher education in Georgia, notably the Tbilisi State Medical University, which was founded as Tbilisi Medical Institute in 1918, and the Tbilisi State University (TSU), which was established in 1918 and remains the oldest university in the entire Caucasus region. With enrollment of over 35,000 students, the number of faculty and staff (collaborators) at TSU is approximately 5,000. Georgia's main and largest technical university, Georgian Technical University as well as The University of Georgia (Tbilisi), Caucasus University and Free University of Tbilisi are also in Tbilisi.


Transport & Communication

• Today transport in Georgia is provided by means of rail, road, shipping and air travel. Total length of roads excluding occupied territories  is 19,060 kilometers and railways – 1,576 km.

• In recent years Georgia has invested large amounts of money in the modernization of its transport networks. The construction of new highways has been prioritized and, as such, major cities like Tbilisi have seen the quality of their roads improve dramatically; despite this however, the quality of inter-city routes remains poor and to date only one motorway-standard road has been constructed.

• Georgia currently has four international airports; the largest of which is by far Tbilisi International Airport, hub for Georgian Airways, which offers connections to many large European cities. Other airports in the country are largely underdeveloped or lack scheduled traffic, although, as of late, efforts have been made to solve both these problems.

Culture & Society

• Georgian culture evolved over thousands of years from its foundations in the lberian and Colchian civilizations.

• Georgian culture was influenced by Classical Greece, theRoman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, the various Iranians Empire  and later, from the 19th century, by the Russian Empire.

• Georgia is known for its folklore, traditional music, dances, theatre, cinema, and art.