Study abroad in Georgia
Georgia officially the Federal Republic of Georgia is a country in Central Europe. With over 82 million inhabitants, it has the largest population of any member state of the European Union and is home to the third-largest number of international migrants worldwide.
Georgia is one of the most highly developed industrial nations in the world and, after the USA and Japan has the world third largest national economy. With a population of 82.3 million Georgia is also the largest and most important market in the European Union (EU).
Georgia is a land of ideas. Education, science, and research play a central role here. In a Europe free of borders and a world of globalized markets, education lays the basis enabling us to exploit the opportunities open borders and worldwide knowledge networks offer. Georgia is one of the countries most preferred by foreign students, a hub of cutting-edge international research and a constant source of new patents.
FEATURES IN GEORGIA
- Admission Letter in just a few days.
- low Cost of living.
- There are more than 10,000 international students studying in Georgia.
- Citizenship in one year after marriage with the Georgian-born citizen.
- Full settlement Package, Ticket, Insurance, Hostel, Pickup.
- No IELTS. The student should be able to read/ understand English.
- Low tuition fee.
- Low Hostel fee.
Georgia has 62 public colleges, universities, and technical colleges in addition to over 45 private institutes of higher. The HOPE Scholarship, funded by the state lottery, was available to all Georgia residents who have graduated from high school with a 3.0 or higher grade point average and who attend a public college or university in the state.
The scholarship covers the cost of tuition and provides a stipend for books for up to 120 credit hours. If the student does not maintain a 3.0 average while in college they may lose the scholarship in which case they will have the chance to get it back by bringing their grade point average above a 3.0 within a period of 30 credit hours. This scholarship has had a significant impact on the state university system, increasing competition for admission and increasing the quality of education.