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Affiliation : Georgian American University is approved by the Government of India, the WHO and Directory of FAIMER, National Center for quality education Enhancement Georgian American university GAU, Ministry of Education and Healthcare of Georgia. It is one of the best medical colleges in East Europe.
Medium of Instruction : English
Eligibility : 10+2 or equivalent with subject Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum 55% in each subject. Admission will be based on highest credentials and admission test (NEET)/interview
Courses offered : MD (Equivalent to MBBS)
Duration : 7 years (6 years studies and 1year compulsory internship in the home country)
Credit Load : 360 ECTS
Food : Nutritious and Hygienically prepared food available in the university. Indian food is also available.
Dormitory: Spacious and comfortable dormitories with A/C, internet service, modern facilities. Separate hostels for boys and girls with 24*7 securities.
Weather :Warm summer and mostly clear, long winters with cold and partly cloudy. Average weather in Summer 20’ C to 32’C, in winter -1.5’C to 5.9’C

The Medical School of Georgian American University was established in 2017 and started to teach students in 2018. Course duration is 6 years and the degree awarded will be MD. This degree is equivalent to MBBS in India. As Georgia follows ECTS, the total credits required in 6 years is 360.

The MD Program at Georgian American University focuses on intergating basic science and clinical experience with comprehensive theoretical study and independent research throughout the years of medical school. More about the MD or MBBS program at GAU:

  • Degree Awarded: Certified Physician [Medical Doctor (MD)]

The program consists of 4 phases:

  • Phase I – “From Cell to Body” Years 1 and 2 – Introduction to core body systems, biomedical science, social and behavioral medicine, medical ethics using different teaching methods including PBL. Students learn key practical skills (interviewing patients) in clinical settings.
  • Phase II – “Mechanism of Disease” Year 3 – with main emphasis is on Pathology and Pathophysiology of diseases. Students start mastering in physical diagnosis. They are introduced to General Pharmacology and General Surgery. This year students are trained in diagnostic thinking through case discussions related to different topics of medicine, integrating their knowledge and preparing for understanding clinical subjects next years.
  • Phase III – “Clinical Medicine” Years 4 and 5 – Students learn main clinical subjects – Internal Medicine (system-based), Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Radiology, Otorhinolaryngology. In parallel they are continuously trained in Clinical Skills Lab and clinical settings.
  • Phase IV – “Preparing for Practice” Year 6 (graduation) – during graduating year students have clinical attachments mastering gaining necessary competencies in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Infectious Diseases, Family Medicine, Ophthalmology, Geriatrics, Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. According to integration principles and spiral curriculum requirements, they revisit basic subjects (Clinical Pharmacology and Medical Genetics).

Benefits of Studying at Georgian American University

Medical education at Georgian American University is highly effective and internationally recognized. The benefits of pursuing an MD/MBBS education at University are:

  • Georgian American University is listed in WHO, FAIMER, and MCI and it is recognized globally.
  • The students studying MBBS at this university can avail of the benefits of students exchange programs of USA, Europe, Canada, Australia or can transfer themselves to any USA Medical Colleges once they evaluate their current credentials, at any authorized evaluator organization.
  • The entire MBBS course is taught in the English medium of instruction.
  • The university provides a high quality of education.
  • Due to the well-maintained law and order, Tbilisi is a safe place especially for girl students to study.
  • As the education system in Georgia is highly efficient, it showcases a high literacy rate of 91%.
  • Students get exposure to various cultures due to the vast amount of students coming from different countries who come to pursue MBBS in Georgia.
  • The locals in Georgia are quite sociable and friendly towards international students, so students will feel comfortable in a new country.

Estimate of Expenses for 2020 Batch

International MD Program, Georgian National University, GEORGIA

Each Student shall be required to pay the following fees:
1st Year TOTAL INR
1. Processing Fees
2. Registration Fees
3. Admission Fees
4. Counseling Fees
5. Air fare & Visa
25,000
25,000
40,000
75,000
45,000
A. Total 1st Year Payable In India 2,10,000
NOTE: Attending the following programs are mandatory without any additional cost
1] Russian Language & pre departure Orientation Program -Online.(From Aug’20 Till Session Begins)
2] Medical Learning Enhancement Program [M.L.E.P]. Applicable from 2nd – 5th year of MD program.
Including special FMGE coaching and Clinical Observership Program( During vacation in India)*
1st Year Payment in GEORGIA
1. TUITION FEES Yearly
2. HOSTEL FEES Yearly (Including Food)
3. Student Management Fee – One Time
4. Health Insurance
USD-$
5,500
3,000
300
100
Total Payable at Georgia 1st year 8900
2nd Year Payment in GEORGIA
1. TUITION FEES Yearly
2. HOSTEL FEES Yearly (Including Food)
3. Student Management Fee
4. Health Insurance
USD-$
5,500
3,000
100
100
Total Payable at Georgia 2nd year 8700
3rd Year Payment in Georgia
1. TUITION FEES Yearly
2. HOSTEL FEES Yearly (Including Food)
3. Student Management Fee
4. Health Insurance
USD-$
5,500
3000
100
100
Total Payable at Georgia 3rd year 8,700
4th Year Payment in GEORGIA
1. TUITION FEES Yearly
2. HOSTEL FEES Yearly (Including Food)
3. Student Management Fee
4. Health Insurance
USD-$
5,500
3,000
100
100
Total Payable at GEORGIA 4th year 8,700
5th Year Payment in GEORGIA
1. TUITION FEES Yearly
2. HOSTEL FEES Yearly (Including Food)
3. Student Management Fee
4. Health Insurance
USD-$
5,500
3,000
100
100
Total Payable at GEORGIA 5th year 8,700
6th Year Payment in GEORGIA (Internship Year)
1. TUITION FEES Yearly
2. HOSTEL FEES Yearly (Including Food)
3. Student Management Fee
4. Health Insurance
USD-$
5,500
3,000
100
100
Total Payable at GEORGIA 5th year 8,700
NOTE: Please note that any changes in the university fee structure or additional services provided by   shall be applicable proportionately. This fee structure is provisional. Fee structure applicable at the time of admission shall apply.
All payments in India to be paid by Demand Draft payable in favour of   in INR / direct transfer to the following account
Account Holder 
Account No   
Bank Name & Branch 
RTGS/NEFT/IFSC Code 
All payments in Georgia are payable to Georgian American University directly in USD by Cash/ Forex card/ Traveller’s Cheque /Swift transfer only [DD’s and cheques not acceptable]
Other Payments – to be incurred by the students directly
1. Mattress, quilts, Bedsheet, etc (Approx)
2. Air Fare: Up & Down for 6 Years (4.5 Times) 450 USD x 4.5 (Approx)

★ 2 Airfare is liable to change as per Airline tariffs.


200 USD
2025 USD
*Electricity & water charges are as per norms of university. Cost of additional or extra consumption to be borne by the student as per actual.

Admission & Eligibility

Program International Integral Md Program, English medium
Medium The medium of instruction is English.
Duration 6 years studies and 1year internship. Internship done in the home country.
Eligibility 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as major subjects. Admission will be based on credentials and Admission test/ interview.
MCI Eligibility Eligibility certificate to pursue Primary Medical Qualification (MBBS or its equivalent) by an Indian citizen/overseas citizen of India is mandatory in terms of section 13(4B) of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956.
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