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Why Study Medicine at the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University in Georgia?

  • Entry to the course is guaranteed & no entry examinations are required.
  • Tuition fees are very affordable at $5,000 per year for the medicine course.
  • Entry available in October.
  • Qualifications in medicine are recognised globally.
+Why Choose Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University?
  • Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University was founded in Tbilisi in 1914 and has a long legacy of being a leader and innovator in Georgian education.
  • It is regarded as one of the most desirable universities in Georgia due to its innovative academic offerings, a lively student community and a central city location.
  • The University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP) has placed TSU as the best University in Georgia.
  • The university boasts a large network of business contacts which are drawn on to help students with job placement and career success.
  • Frequent checks by internal and external quality assurance mechanisms ensure that the quality of teaching methods and programmes remains consistently excellent.
  • It hosts many conferences throughout the year and visiting professors from around the frequently deliver lectures thereby giving students them a more global perspective of their field.
+What does the Medicine programme involve?
  • This programme is offered in English. It lasts over six years with each academic year divided into two semesters.
  • It is broken down into 2 years of basic, 1 year of pre-clinical and 3 years of clinical courses.
  • The course aims to provide internationally approved standards of knowledge to students.
  • The programme emphasises an integrated approach with students gaining knowledge in basic, clinical and social disciplines.
  • Students will develop knowledge and skills in the following areas: scientific basis of medicine, clinical knowledge and skills, public health and healthcare systems, professional values, ethics and behaviour, communication skills, critical thinking and scientific research and information management.
  • The medical programme is event-driven and interactive. It includes small group classes while also offering the opportunity for distance and e-learning.
+What does the Medicine programme cost?
Programme Programme Starts Annual Fees (£)
Medicine October & March 3,500
Living Costs Monthly (£) Annually (£)
Rent (Private Accommodation) 100200 1,2002,400
Food 120 1,200
Books 150
Electricity & Gas 18 180
Water 2 20
TV Cable/Internet 8 80
Public Transportation 7 70
Total 255355 2,9004,100
+Admission to Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Applicants are required to provide the following information:

  1. An application which includes the following details: bio, education history, and course you are applying for.
  2. A copy of your secondary education results with subjects studied.
  3. Documents confirming that you are authorised to study in Georgia from your home country.
  4. Two small 4/5cm photos.
  5. All documents also need to be translated into Georgian to satisfy state directives.
  6. The validity of the document should be approved by the Georgian National Education Quality Enhancement Center.
+Life in Tbilisi
  • Founded in fifth century, the colourful and historic city of Tbilisi is located in the heart of the beautiful Mtkvari River valley.
  • With its many museums, stunning architecture, vibrant culture and exciting food scene, Tbilisi has much to offer to international students.
  • The public transport system has seen major improvements in recent times, enabling you to explore the city at your leisure.
  • With its low cost of living and wealth of things to do, Tbilisi offers an attractive option to students who have a taste for adventure.
+Life in Georgia
  • The country of Georgia has made vast strides since gaining independence in 1991 with every year seeing consistently steady economic progress.
  • The tourism sector is experiencing on ongoing boom and is now an important source of income for the country’s economy, contributing around $2.16 billion in 2016.
  • Much work has been done to improve the transport network linking Tbilisi with the rest of the country, making it easier than ever to travel around this stunning country.
  • A nature-lover’s haven, Georgia boasts many breathtaking hiking routes, including the Tusheti National Park and the spellbinding Greater Caucasus Range.
  • According to the 2017 Crime Index Rate, Georgia is ranked among the top 7 safest out of 125 countries in the world.
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