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Georgia’s geographic location, bridging several economic regions, provides it with a unique competitive advantage as a powerhouse transit country.

How does the location of Georgia affect transport infrastructure for Medicine Study

Situated at the crossroads between Europe and Central Asia, Georgia functions as the natural transport corridor between the West and the East. Accordingly students can easily travel wherever they want to go to and according to their transit preferences. The Black Sea ports of Georgia, well-developed railway systems together with airports, buses, taxis, serve as the infrastructure linking the largest markets and regions.

What Georgian Airport Options exist for Students that Study Medicine

There are four airports in Georgia and three biggest are: Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport, Aleksandre Kartveli Batumi International Airport and David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport. Since the late 2010s, Kutaisi has been a hub airport for Wizz Air and it is an affordable choice for connecting to Western Europe and the United Arab Emirates.

What is the Tbilisi Metro like for Medicine Programme Study in Georgia

The only subway in the country is situated in the capital of Tbilisi. Underground, called the Metro for “Metropolitan”. It has two lines with 23 stations.

  1. Runs from North to South – red line;
  2. Runs East to West – green line;

How do Students Navigate Driving while they Study Medicine in Georgia

The major transport artery of Georgia is East-West Highway which is the main route from east to west Georgia and directs motorists from neighbouring Azerbaijan, Russia, Turkey and Armenia. Major highways are: E60 – E70 (Tbilisi – Turkey), E117 (Tbilisi – Russia), E001 (Tbilisi – Armenia), E60 (Tbilisi – Azerbaijan).

Does the Black Sea have ports of interest for Students that Study Medicine in Georgia

There are four functioning seaports – Batumi, Poti, Kulevi, and Supsa – in Georgia and one, that of Anaklia, is under construction. Currently there is a trans-Black Sea route that connects Georgia and Bulgaria.

How much will a Medicine Student Spend on Transport during their Study in Georgia

Transport costs in Georgia are very affordable for students. Whether they are travelling to snow fields on low-cost and comfortable trains or using a marshrutka transport van to discover local villages, they can enjoy world-class amenities without excessive ticket prices. International students can expect that they will be able to stay within their preferred transport budget while being able to discover Georgian and European attractions.
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