Georgian National University
established in 2001
Georgian National University was founded in 2001 on behalf of Ilia Chavchavadze. The university was accredited by LEPL National Accreditation Center in 2009 and in 2014 it was authorized in accordance with the new authorization standard. There are 23 accredited educational programs at present which include 9 undergraduates, 7 additional/minor specialties, 1 one-step and 5 master programs.
The university’s mission is to create an internationally standard-compliant university environment by combining strong theoretical, practical and research components in a study process and through internationalization strategy; it will prepare competent professionals in national and international markets. The university partners with many international universities like Bathiabama University, Technical University of Munich, Satyabhama University, and many more. The university has set-up student exchange program with many international universities like the University of Turiba, Latvia, and many more. The university is providing the best infrastructure for its students and the quality facilities like good and spacious hostels, libraries, modern classrooms, etc. Moreover, the university is providing a healthy and friendly environment on the campus for its students. The institute has various other activity centres in the campus like gym, separate sports complex, etc.
Tuition Fee – 5500$/Year
Hostel & Mess Fee – 3000$/Year(approx)
One Time Charge – 1000$
Indian Processing Fee – 2500$
One Time Charges Include – Visa, Health Insurance, Translation, Notarization & Attestation of documents and 6 Year Local Support and Documentation.
Indian Processing Fee Include – Counseling Fee, Admission, Visa & Travel Assistance (including one way Air ticket) to the University, Assistance in all Local registration (including Police Registration), Medical Check-up Assistance etc.
The university has a hostel in which they are providing a well-furnished room with all the necessary amenities like bed, chair, mattress, air-conditioner, water heater etc. The hostels are available in only three sharing occupancies in rooms. Boys and girls hostels are not separate. Indian mess is available in the hostel. Moreover, students can also cook their meal in the kitchen by their own.