Frequently Asked Questions
Tuition fees in Georgia are a lot more affordable than privately funded top-tier Universities in the US and UK and also cheaper than private Indian Colleges that charge huge donations other than the tuition fees. Tuition fee for the MD program is US$ 8000/-, American MD program fees is US$ 13500/-, Pharmacy is US$ 3500/- and Dentistry is US$ 7000/- per annum.
To find out if the University is recognized, you can acces the World Directory of Medical School (WDOMS). Indian students can also visit The National Medical Commission website to check if the foreign Universities/instituions is approved/recognized.
In Medicine, the qualification is MD or Doctor de Medicina. MBBS signifies Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery. It is the title most often given in Commonwealth nations. Another name for it is MBChB. The abbreviation comes from the Latin: Medicinae Baccalaureus et Baccalaureus Chirurgiae. MD is commonly used in the US and Canada as well as in some European nations. MD, MBBS and MBChB are all equivalent qualifications and hold the same international status.
No, the student does not have to give or appear for any entrance examination. The admissions are based on the higher secondary school (or equivalent education) marks.
Those students, who wish to practice in India after the completion of MBBS course from abroad, must qualify NEET in the year he/she wishes to take admission abroad irrespective of country he/she is opting.
Georgia is one of the safest countries in the world. You will find hundreds of female students from many Asian countries in Georgia.
The first holiday is in January for 15 days and the second holiday falls in the summer, i.e. in July and August for two months. It is up to the students to decide whether they wish to return to their home country during holidays or stay back.
Accommodation - A two bedroom hall apartment will cost approx USD 500 per month and if shared by four students, it will cost USD 125 per student approx.
Food - There are several Indian / International Restaurants near the university. Also, many Indian Restaurants are now offering mess system (3 meals) for approx USD 100 to 150 / month. This figure is approximate and would differ from city to city; person to person based on his/her living standards.
The medium of instruction is English, but the students will have to take languages of the country. The language helps in communicating with the local citizens of the country.
ECTS is the European Credit Transfer System through which a student can change his/her University across Europe or European Union Countries.
Yes, students can take up part time jobs. However, we do not encourage students to do so, as it can affect their studies resulting in a decline in their mark/scores.
Telephone and internet facilities are available all over. Students have free access to internet at the university. Few of the mobile operators offer free SIM cards; this can be recharged as per student requirements to call parents and friends.
Though locals are Georgian, language communication is not an issue as one can find Georgians extremely friendly and helpful.
Yes. As a part of service extended from Cyberrys, representative will be there assisting and guiding the students.
Yes, a student can open a bank account in his/her name.