Study In Georgia

Located in the Caucasus where Europe and the Middle East meet, Georgia is a small country, that is rich history and culture home to Grorgrian one of the most interesting languages in the world. Georgia is an ex-Soviet republic and it is becoming a major tourist attraction. Georgians are renowned for their hospitality. Tourists attractions are old cities, rolling landscapes, and plentiful wine. It is also known as the “Birthplace of wine.”

Georgian Higher Education system prides itself on producing highly skilled and well-rounded graduates who have benefited from the Interdisciplinary approach to their learning. Georgian institutes have a connection with the likes of Cambridge, Harward, and Yale. The country is ranked 50th for its Quality of Life Index.

Benefits of studying in Georgia
  • Smaller cost for higher education
  • Safe country
  • Historical and cultural attractions
  • Low cost of living compared to other European countries, USA and New Zealand
  • Exceptional hospitality
Earn While you learn

While studying, students can work part-time for about 20 hours per week.

Post-study work rights

Allowed to work one year, then you have to find a job with your skills. Extending a work permit is easy as long as you are employed in a good job