University at Glance
Caucasus International University
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Location 73 Chargali St, Tbilisi, Georgia
Founded 1995
Type Private
Duration Of MBBS Course 6 Year
Medium of Study 100% English - 6 Year
MCI Listed 2020 Yes
WHO Approved Yes
Safety Index 79.47 (Lowest Crime Country)
USMLE Coaching Yes
Hostel Yes
Indian Food Mess Yes
Number of Indian Students More Than 300
Flight Time 8 Hours
Caucasus International University MBBS Fees Structure 2020
Year Tuition Fees USD$ Hostel Fees USD$
First Year 5000$ 1000$
Second Year 5000$ 1000$
Third Year 5000$ 1000$
Fourth Year 5000$ 1000$
Fifth Year 5000$ 1000$
Sixth Year 5000$ 1000$
Total 30,000$ 6,000$
- Medical Checkup, Medical Insurance and Visa extension are Excluded.
- Food Expenses are around 100$ - 150$ Per Month

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About University

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Caucasus International University is a higher education institution equipped with modern infrastructure and technical means, and oriented towards continuous development and integration into an international learning community. The most important assets of the university are its valuable personnel and a correct cooperation scheme. The University, in traditional, classical terms, is a corporation focused on strategic cooperation between the administration, professors, students and alumni. Caucasus International University regards it valuable to establish the principles of greater awareness and morality, practically implement the ideals of democracy and humanism, promote political liberalism and preserve cultural heritage.

Main goals of Caucasus International University are:

  1. Taking its rightful place within the free and democratic academic community;
  2. Delivering and developing higher educational programs at all three levels of higher education;
  3. Promoting teaching/research relations internationally;
  4. Ensuring academic freedom of the faculty;
  5. Preparing competitive and highly qualified human resources, oriented towards the national, regional and global labor markets.

Priorities of Caucasus International University:

  1. Research- and practice-oriented teaching based on international standards
  2. Integration into the international educational area
  3. A highly qualified faculty with practical experience
  4. Educational programs adjusted to international standards
  5. Employment alongside with studies
  6. Exchange programs
  7. Vibrant student life
  8. A flexible payment system
  9. Career development
  10. Scholarships

Education Programs in Caucasus International University

  1. Undergraduate Educational Program in Pharmacy
  2. Educational Program in Medicine
  3. Educational Program in Dentistry
  4. Undergraduate Educational Program in Georgian ViticultureWinemaking
  5. Postgraduate Educational Program in Georgian ViticultureWinemaking
  6. Undergraduate Educational Program in Journalism
  7. Undergraduate Educational Program in International Relations
  8. Postgraduate Educational Program in International Relations and International Security
  9. Doctoral Educational Program in Political Science
  10. Undergraduate Educational Program in Management
  11. Undergraduate Educational Program in Tourism
  12. Undergraduate Educational Program in Finances
  13. Postgraduate Educational Program in International Marketing
  14. Undergraduate Educational Program in Law
  15. Postgraduate Educational Program in Law

English Language Educational Programs in Caucasus International University

  1. Undergraduate Education Program of Pharmacy
  2. Educational Program in Medicine
  3. Educational Program in Dentistry
  4. Undergraduate Educational Program in Business Administration
  5. Postgraduate Educational Program in International Business Management
  6. Postgraduate Educational Program in International Marketing

All Bachelor’s programs typically include 240 ECTS, unlike Bachelor’s programs in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation which cover 247 ECTS

Duration of Bachelor’s programs: 4 years, 8 semesters

Language of Instruction – Georgian / English.

Preconditions for Admission to Bachelor’s programs

Based on the results of the unified national examinations, the citizens of Georgia holding a general education certificate are eligible for admission to Bachelor’s programs.

Admission to the University without passing unified national examinations is allowed under the rule as provided for by the legislation of Georgia.

After acquiring a status of a student at Caucasus International University, an applicant is required to submit his/her document certifying general education (i.e. General Education Diploma) or its equivalent, while an applicant subject to compulsory military service under the applicable legislation shall provide a document certifying his enlistment.

Admission to the Bachelor’s programs is allowed under the mobility rule after completing one academic year of training. Mobility is permitted twice a year within the terms defined by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia by observing the mandatory procedures approved under the act of the Director of the LEPL National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement and the regulations defined by the university.

Admission to the Bachelor’s programs or enrollment by transfer from recognized higher education institutions of a foreign country shall be performed upon the decision/approval of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.

The period and volume of training:

  1. One academic year lasts 38 weeks
  2. Duration of I Semester is: 19 weeks
  3. Duration of II Semester is: 19 weeks.

Out of the foregoing:

  1. Weeks 1-15 is a period of study with lectures-seminars and practical sessions, midterm examinations, presentations, and drafting and defense of papers.
  2. Weeks 16–18 is a period of final examinations.
  3. Week 19 – retake examinations occur.

History of Caucasus International University

The history of Caucasus International University started twenty-three years ago in 1995. It emerged in the higher education area of the country later transforming into one of the successful and best universities.

Caucasus International University served as a basis for the emergence of five accomplished Faculties (i.e. the Faculties of Business, Law, Social Sciences, Medicine, and Viticulture Winemaking) operated by highly  4 qualified academic personnel and equipped with the scientific-research centers that comply with international standards.

Currently, an area of approximately 17,000 sq.m. used for academic purposes is in the ownership of Caucasus International University. The CIU facilities include: student cafeteria, sports facilities, the library equipped with electronic technologies and book collections that consist of modern literature published in Georgian and other foreign languages, as well as study materials, the CIU multimedia center, laboratories of biochemistry and microbiology, and clinical skills development center equipped with modern technology, the anatomy study room equipped with modern molding machines, the scientific-research laboratory of neurosciences and applied physiology, phantom rooms, dental clinics for CIU students and residents, a simulated courtroom, a legal clinic, a tourism study room, marani “Kolkhi”, Scientific-Research Center of Viticulture-Winemaking, microvinification research laboratory, laboratories of wine chemistry, ampelography and microbiology, and a tasting room facilitating further professional growth of students.


Currently, Caucasus International University delivers 23 Bachelor’s, one-cycle, Master’s and PhD programs with Georgian and English as languages of instruction.
Since its establishment, many of the scientific innovations have been introduced and the operating structures and directions have been developed at Caucasus International University. The University continuously promotes improvement and development of both the study process and management.

Caucasus International University pays due attention to improvement of quality of education constantly taking into account the opinions of students and academic personnel. Students are actively engaged in the assessment of programs, courses, the faculty and study process in general.

The University, through active participation of the academic personnel and students, identifies priorities of teaching and research.


Caucasus International University actively cooperates with state and local self-governmental organizations.

CIU issues a trilingual peer-reviewed international scientific journal “Caucasus International University Herald”. which publishes scholarly papers and articles of Georgian and foreign researchers focused on latest scientific achievements.

Exchange programs in Caucasus International University:

  1. The Caucasus International University(CIU) students participate in one-semester exchange programs on Bachelor’s and Master’s levels at the University of Łódź (Poland).
  2. The Students of the Faculty of Business participate in one-semester exchange programs on Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD levels at the University of Alcalá (Spain)
  3. The Caucasus International University(CIU) students will participate in one-semester exchange programs on Bachelor’s and Master’s levels at the Jagiellonian University (Kraków, Poland).

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Bachelor’s Programs in Caucasus International University

The summative assessment of student’s performance envisages two constituent elements: interim assessments and the final examination assessment. Interim assessments mean weekly assessments along with the midterm examination assessment.

  1. A student may accumulate maximum 60 points in interim assessments in total, 40 points of which are assigned for weekly assessments, while 20 points are applied for midterm examination held in every subject once per semester.
  2. Final examination is mandatory, with its share of maximum 40 points within the assessment system.
  3. Minimum threshold of competence in interim assessments is 25 points
  4. Minimum threshold of competence in final examination is 16 points; except for the programs delivered by the Faculty of Medicine where the minimum threshold of competence is 20 points
  5. Upon accumulation of at least 51 points, the final examination shall be considered passed by a student.

A 100-point assessment system is applied by Caucasus International University.

The assessment system provides for five types of positive and two types of negative assessments

Points Assessment
91-100 points A excellent
81-90 points B very good
71-80 points C good
61-70 points D satisfactory
51-60 points E sufficient
41-50 points Fx Not passed (meaning a student needs more
an effort to pass an examination and is given the
right to resit an examination through
independent work)
0-40 points F Failure (meaning the student’s effort is not enough
and s/he has to retake the course).

The maximum positive assessment – 100 points, the minimum positive assessment – 51 points.

A student who failed to pass a final examination and received a grade FX is entitled to resit an examination in the same semester not earlier than 5 days after the announcement of final examination results.

A Bachelor’s student has to obtain 30 ECTS (1 ECTS = 25 hours, 30 ECTS = 750 hours) per semester, and – 60 ECTS (1500 hours) per year, however, given the program specificity and the individual workload of a student, the full-time workload per academic year may be more or less than 60 ECTS, though not exceeding 75 ECTS. The level of a student’s academic performance at Caucasus International University shall be determined by the points received for the courses as well as the Grade Point Average (GPA).

MBBS in Caucasus International University

Direction Health care
Specialty Medicine
Program volume in credits 365 ECTS
Duration of Study 6 years, 12 semesters
Tuition form Full-time
Language of instruction English
Awarded qualification Medical Doctor
Program Leader Tamar Giorgobiani, Medical Doctor, Associate
Professor of the Faculty of Medicine, Caucasus
International University

Medicine is one of the most important fields of health care, which concerns not only human health, but also the life in general. According to the Law of Georgia “On Medical Practice”, the medical practice is defined as:

A professional activity carried out by a medicine-trained, adequately skilled and practically experienced person who, by applying the medical standards and ethical norms recognized in the country as well as by considering medical traditions, aims to protect, maintain and restore human health and mitigate a patient’s suffering` (Article 5, Law of Georgia “On Medical Practice”).

Medical education is an important prerequisite for future successful medical practice. Reforms occurring in the country, internationalization and requirements of integrative learning demand the compliance of medical education with international standards.

The proposed undergraduate MD curriculum will assist in international recognition of medical education obtained in Georgia, and further, uninterrupted employment of medical graduates, ensuring higher quality medical services within the country.

The curriculum is based on sector benchmark, which corresponds to the WFME standards. The compatibility of the quality of basic medical education and successful medical practice, based on international standards is important for ensuring the optimal performance of any country’s health care system.

The goal of the program is to educate highly-qualified medical doctors, who will be competitive both within the country and abroad.

The educational program has the following objectives: Provide students with knowledge and understanding of the following:

  1. The basic biomedical sciences
  2. The behavioral and social sciences
  3. Public health
  4. Medical ethics, human rights and medical jurisprudence relevant to the practice of medicine
  5. The clinical sciences, including clinical skills with respect to diagnostic procedures, practical procedures, communication
  6. Treatment and prevention of disease, health promotion, rehabilitation;
  7. Clinical reasoning and problem solving
  8. The ability to undertake lifelong learning
  9. In addition, demonstrate professionalism required for a medical practitioner.

Structure and profile of the MBBS course in Caucasus International University

1.) Mandatory education courses/ modules in specialty- 306 ECTS

  • Among them basic education courses – 137 ECTS
  • Clinical education courses – 169 ECTS

2.) Scientific skills mandatory courses – 12 ECTS

3.) Elective courses in specialty – 12 ECTS

4.) General mandatory courses – 9 ECTS

5.) General elective courses – 5 ECTS

6.) Clinical skills mandatory courses (among them in the module) – 21 ECTS

The objective MBBS Course in Caucasus International University

At pre-clinical level, the MBBS course included in the program represent fundamentals of clinical medicine. Without profound understanding of the MBBS course it is impossible to get the clinical knowledge and apply the obtained knowledge into practice.

At a clinical level, the goal of mandatory courses in specialty is to provide the students with in depth knowledge of clinical sciences and help them become aware of a physician’s role within the public health  37 care system; identify practical ways for solving clinical problems; gain knowledge in fields such as internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, etc. and develop practical skills necessary for a physician. Studing clinical courses helps the student develop skills in the following fields:
communication with a patient or a person responsible for the patient; complete physical examination; arrange appropriate instrumental and laboratory investigations; interpretation of instrumental and laboratory test results; differentiation of pathologies; setting a diagnosis and treating based on principles of evidence-based medicine.

In order to strengthen the practical component, the educational program considers hands-on training of students in clinical skills at the Clinical Skills Center. For this purpose, the center is equiped with different types of patient simulators, which enable students to practice and develop skills important for a medical practitioner. Besides hands-on training, students will acquire communication skills necessary for effective communication with patients. Clinical skills courses are held for patient care and nursing, first aid, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, and advanced clinical skills. All of these courses are horizontally integrated with the respective basic or clinical subjects.

During the practical sessions, the following methods will further contribute considerably to the strengthening of the obtained knowledge and the development of the skills necessary for carrying out professional activities by the student:

  1. Analysis of a case or the case-based learning (CBL) method (which describes the specific situations, requires a discussion and serves as an incentive for logical reasoning by the students).
  2. Group discussion/debates (prompting an argument among students, expressing one’s own viewpoint during an interactive lecture).
  3. The method of working on the book.
  4. The method of writing work, which considers the following: test work, solution of quizzes, exercises and problems, preparation of abstracts, papers and synopses by using the main and complementary training literature).
  5. Team work (which considers forming teams each consisting of 5-6 persons within academic groups; mutual presentation of seminars and scheduled training-creative projects; development of healthy competition among the groups); bedside teaching. Conducting practical and laboratory sessions; Counseling and independent work.
  6. Problem based learning (PBL)- this method connects the learning process with decision making, problem solving skills so needed in both theoretical and practical medicine. While working with the tutor, students discuss clinical cases, stating possible problems, discuss possible diagnosss, diagnostic methods, treatment, plan studying, and receive feedback. This method motivates for deeper understanding of concepts, the desire tolook for and independently learn literature to make wellgrounded decisions and defend them, connect theoretical knowledge in basic subjects with clinical subjects, also develop team- working skills, essential for clinical practice.
  7. The innovative information/material retrieval method
  8. Participation in scientific-research projects

It is very important to apply the following forms of instruction during the training process:

  1. Interactive lectures, seminars
  2. interim examinations
  3. Bedside teaching
  4. Problem-based learning (PBL)
  5. Case-based learning (CBL)
  6. Training on simulators and molds
  7. Role play of the patient and the physician
  8. Laboratory study
  9. Presentations
  10. Clinical rotations in clinics

Development of clinical skills is regarded as a very important factor in medical education. Thus, simulators that imitate the real diseases, diagnostic ot treatment procedures in the best way possible are applied during the study process.

An essential requirement is to develop scientific-research skills in students. It is important that students not only learn how to assess scientific information critically, but also to acquire the basic principles for organizing, conducting and analyzing the research and presenting its outcomes. The students attend and participate in scientific conferences organized by the university.

While assessing the knowledge and skills, the followinf should be used: oral and written tests, objective structured practical examination (OSPE), objectively structured clinical examination (OSCE) – utilizing standardized patients and/or simulators, presentation, presentations, abstract-thesis.

Dental Education Program in Caucasus International University

Direction Health care
Specialty Stomatology
Program volume in credits 300 ECTS
Duration of Study 5 years, 10 semesters
Tuition form Full-time
Language of instruction English
Awarded qualification Doctor of Dental Medicine (DDM)
Program Leader Lela Tsitaishvili, PhD in Medicine, Professor
of the Faculty of Medicine, Caucasus International
University, specializing in Stomatology.

The educational program in Stomatology – 300 ECTS

Mandatory Components 284 ECTS, including:

  1. Mandatory university courses – 10 ECTS
  2. Mandatory faculty courses – 31 ECTS
  3. Mandatory basic courses in specialty – 89 ECTS
  4. Mandatory clinical courses in specialty – 154 ECTS
  5. Elective Components: 16 ECTS, including
  6. Elective university courses – 10 ECTS
  7. Elective faculty courses – 6 ECTS

Ultimately, the components of the dental education program are focused on achievement of the program goals and development of the competencies of the Doctor of Dental Medicine (DDM) as a result of learning. A logical sequence aimed at achieving the formation of competencies determines the program content, structure, and curriculum.

The goal of mandatory basic courses in specialty is to provide students with knowledge in sciences concerning anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, histology, pathology, pharmacology, microbiology, diagnostics of internal diseases, immunology, radiology representing a pillar of clinical medicine. Without appropriate knowledge of these disciplines, it would be impossible to develop a clinical dentist, apply acquired knowledge in practice or manage the process of further scientific or pedagogical work. By studying these disciplines, the student should obtain an in-depth and systematic understanding of the public healthcare system. Accumulation of knowledge in the above-mentioned sciences contributes to the formation of a progressive specialist equipped with communication skills and profound understanding of ethical and legal principles.

The Goal of the Caucasus International University –

To help students acquire extensive theoretical and practical knowledge in clinical and dental disciplines, realize the role of a physician in the social healthcare system and determine practical ways of solving the clinical problems. With the purpose of strengthening clinical skills, the educational program envisages study of a number of clinical disciplines at clinical bases including university dental clinics.

Phase-based study of general clinical subjects like Internal Diseases, Clinical Surgery, Allergology, Infectious Diseases and Clinical Parasitology, Otorhinolaryngology for dentists, Dermatovenerology, in the volume required for the dentist will considerably contribute to the development of general clinical thinking of a dentist. Detailed theoretical and practical study of courses of therapy, surgery, orthopedics, orthodontics for children and adults, etc. will ensure the development of a highly qualified specialist.

In order to enhance clinical skills and habits, the educational program envisages teaching of a range of clinical disciplines at the clinical bases, and for elaboration of the scientific skills and  habits – study courses in the volume of 10 ECTS are offered.

While assessing the knowledge and skills, the following should be used: both oral and (written) tests, objectively structured clinical examination (OSCE), portfolio, presentations, and abstract thesis.

It is very important to apply the following forms of instruction during the training process:

  1. Interactive lectures, seminars and interim examinations
  2. Bedside teaching
  3. Use of simulators and molds
  4. Role play of the patient and the physician
  5. Laboratory study
  6. Presentations
  7. Participation in scientific research
  8. Practical courses at clinical facilities

After completing the program, the graduate will be able to:

  1. Perform an anesthetic injection
  2. Prepare the hard tooth tissues
  3. Perform endodontic manipulations
  4. Perform restoration of defects of the hard tooth tissues
  5. Perform the tooth extraction
  6. Place sutures
  7. Make impressions of teeth
  8. Model the teeth and other facial prostheses with wax
  9. Prepare teeth for crowns, design partial and complete removable prostheses
  10. Diagnose occlusion abnormality, draft the treatment plan and select an apparatus of appropriate construction
  11. Process the traumatic areas and prevent complications
  12. Bandage the wound when bleeding from the damaged tissues of face
  13. Carry out practical measures for the prevention of development of the dislocation aspiration and obturation asphyxia.
  14. Use temporal, transportation, mobilization means in case of facial bone fractures; determin a pose for transportation of the patients from the scene of action.


Material resources necessary for the delivery of the program:

  1. In order to achieve the learning outcomes considered within the dental education program, the students can have unlimited access to the university infrastructure and material and technical resources, in particular.
  2. Two university stomatological clinics
  3. The university Laboratory for basic disciplines in medicine
  4. The scientific-research laboratory of neurosciences and applied physiology
  5. Two phantom rooms
  6. Laboratory for biochemistry
  7. The Clinical Skills Development Center
  8. Auditoria and conference halls equipped with the relevant furniture and ICT technology
  9. 5(five) computer classrooms equipped with computers provided with software corresponding to the educational programs.
  10. 2 libraries and 3 reading rooms for 150 users equipped with ICT technology and computers, Xerox copiers, printers, scanners and other essential inventory.

Bachelor’s Program in Pharmacy

Direction Health care
Specialty Pharmacy
Tuition Form Full-time
Language of instruction English
Awarded qualification Bachelor of Pharmacy
Program Leader Tsitsino Gagnidze, Academic Doctor of Biology,
Professor of the Faculty of Medicine, Caucasus
International University

Educational program in pharmacy delivered in English – 240 ECTS

Mandatory components – 203 ECTS Including: 

  1. University mandatory courses – 17 ECTS
  2. Faculty (Medicine) mandatory courses – 37 ECTS
  3. Basics (Pharmacy) mandatory courses – 38 ECTS
  4. Specialty (Pharmacy) mandatory courses – 111 ECTS

Elective components-37 ECTS Including:

  1. University elective courses – 10 ECTS
  2. Faculty (Medicine) elective courses – 3 ECTS
  3. Independent credits – 24 ECTS

Some Achievements of Caucasus University

  1. IAUP Presidency – The President of Caucasus University leads the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP) 2017-2020 Presidency.
  2. Grenoble Program – CU-Grenoble MBA program was ranked 53rd among the 100 best global programs for executive education by the Financial Times (Financial Times EMBA 2017 Ranking), a first for Georgian education, and called the highest riser of the year by the magazine. Moreover, CU-Grenoble MBA program took 28th place according to QS World University Rankings 2018. Furthermore, CSB is off-side campus of a Triple Crown (three international accreditation holder – AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA) University: Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM)).
  3. Harvard Membership – Caucasus School of Business is a member of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School. The Institute (Porter Institute) is worldrenowned because of its course on “Microeconomics of Competitiveness”.
  4. Regional Supremacy – Caucasus School of Business was rated the best in the Caucasus and was given 1st rank by Eduniversal in the years 2011-2017.
  5. International Recognition – 8 CU MA/MBA programs named as one of the best globally by Eduniversal Masters Ranking in the years 2013-2017.
  6. Social Responsibility – Being one of the few universities in the Caucasus developing responsible social management, CU has been a member of the PRME since 2008.

List of Holidays in Caucasus International University

Public Holiday Caucasus International University
New Year’s holiday – January 1
New Year’s holiday – January 2
Orthodox Christmas - January 7
Orthodox Epiphany - January 19
Mother’s Day – March 3
International Women’s Day - March 8
Day of Georgian National Unity, Civil Consent and
Memorial day of people died for Homeland - April 9
Day of Victory - May 9
Saint Andrew the First-Called Day - May 12
Independence Day - May 26
Saint Mary’s Day - August 28
Day of Svetitskhovloba - October 14
Saint George’s Day - November 23
Red Friday
Great Saturday
Easter Monday, Day for Remembering the Dead

Autumn Semester

Academic calendar for 2019-2020 autumn semester at undergraduate and one-cycle educational programs were the language of instruction is Georgian has been defined as follows:

  1. Administrative registration: 19.08.2019 – 02.09.2019
  2. Academic registration: 02.09.2019 – 21.09.2019
  3. Classes: 09.09.2019 – 21.12.2019
  4. Main exams: 23-28.12.2019 – 08-12.01.2020 – 21.01.2020
  5. New Year’s Holiday: 30.12.2019 – 07.01.2020
  6. Additional Exams: 28.01.2020 – 01.02.2020
  7. Intensive Course: 03.02.2020 – 26.02.2020

Academic calendar for 2019-2020 autumn semester at undergraduate and one-cycle educational programs were the language of instruction is foreign has been defined as follows:

  1. Administrative registration: 02.09.2019 – 16.09.2019
  2. Academic registration: 16.09.2019 – 15.10.2019
  3. Classes: 23.09-29.12.2019 – 08.01-11.01.2020
  4. New Year’s Holiday: 30.12.2019 – 07.01.2020
  5. Main exams: 13.01.2020 – 01.02.2020
  6. Additional Exams: 05.02.2020 – 12.02.2020
  7. Intensive Course: 13.02.2020 – 07.03.2020

Academic calendar for 2019-2020 autumn semester at postgraduate and doctoral programs has been defined as follows:

  1. Administrative registration: 16.09.2019 – 30.09.2019
  2. Academic registration: 30.09.2019 – 28.10.2019
  3. Classes: 07.10-29.12.2019 – 08.01-25.01.2020
  4. New Year’s Holiday: 30.12.2019 – 07.01.2020
  5. Main exams: 27.01.2020 – 15.02.2020
  6. Additional Exams: 17.02.2020 – 22.02.2020
  7. Intensive Course: 24.02.2020 – 18.03.2020

Academic calendar for 2019-2020 autumn semester for first semester groups at educational programs where language of instruction is foreign has been defined as follows:

  1. Classes: 21.10-29.12.2019 – 08.01-08.02.2020
  2. New Year’s Holiday: 30.12.2019 – 07.01.2020
  3. Main exams: 10.02.2020 – 29.02.2020
  4. Additional Exams: 02.03.2020 – 07.03.2020
  5. Spring Semester

Academic calendar for 2019-2020 spring semester at undergraduate and one-cycle educational programs were the language of instruction is Georgian has been defined as follows:

  1. Administrative registration: 17.02.2020 – 29.02.2020
  2. Academic registration: 24.02.2020 – 21.03.2020
  3. Classes: 02.03.2020 – 13.06.2020
  4. Main exams: 15.06.2020 – 04.07.2020
  5. Additional Exams: 06.07.2020 – 15.07.2020
  6. Intensive Course: 16.07. 2020 – 09.08.2020

Academic calendar for 2019-2020 spring semester at postgraduate, doctoral nd foreign educational programs has been defined as follows:

  1. Administrative registration: 02.03.2020 – 14.03.2020
  2. Academic registration: 09.03.2020 – 04.04.2020
  3. Classes: 16.03.2020 – 27.06.2020
  4. Main exams: 29.06.2020 – 18.07.2020
  5. Additional Exams: 20.07.2020 – 25.07.2020
  6. Intensive Course: 27.07.2020 – 19.08.2020

Frequently Asked Question by Indian Student who wants to apply in Caucasus International University

Question 1.) Is Caucasus International University listed by MCI & WHO in 2020?

Answer. Yes, Caucasus International University is listed by MCI & WHO for 2020.

Question 2.) Indian Food Mess & Hostel is in Caucasus International University Campus?

Answer. Yes, Well quality of Indian Food is Provided in Caucasus International University in University Campus and Hostel are well maintained single room & double room are available.

Question 3.) How many year of MBBS Course is in Caucasus International University?

Answer. MBBS Course duration is 6 Year in Caucasus International University.

Question 4.) What is the medium of Language use while study MBBS in  Caucasus International University?

Answer. Medium of study is 100% English throughout 6 Year while doing MBBS in Caucasus International University.

Question 5.) How can i pay my Tuition, Hostel & Food Mess Fees in Caucasus International University?

Answer. Student can pay their Tuition Fees yearly through ATM/Foreign Exchange Card/Account Transfer/Cash directly to University. Hostel & Food Mess fees also.

Question 6.) Cadaver is provided in Caucasus International University?

Answer. Yes cadaver is provided in Caucasus International University for MBBS Students.

Question 7.) Can i go for USMLE or PLAB after completed MBBS from Caucasus International University?

Answer. Yes, Student can apply for USMLE or PLAB after completed MBBS from Caucasus International University.

Question 8.) Is Indian Food and Indian Raw food is available in nearby market or Not?

Answer. Yes, lots of market are available near Caucasus International University. Indian Food & Indian raw food are easily available in Georgia.

Question 9.) Is MCI/FMGE coaching provided in Caucasus International University?

Answer. Yes MCI/FMGE Coaching provided in Caucasus International University on paid basis.

Question 10.) Is NEET exam is mandatory for doing MBBS in Caucasus International University?

Answer. Yes, NEET Qualifying score card is mandatory for doing MBBS in Caucasus International University.

Other Medical Universities in Georgia

MBBS in Georgia
Universities Course Duration Course Fees in USD$
Batumi Shota Rustaveli Medical University 6 Year 30,000
Akaki Tsereteli State University 6 Year 27,500
New Vision University 6 Year 33,000
European University 6 Year 28,800
Tbilisi State Medical University 6 Year 45,000
Caucasus International University 6 Year 30,000
Georgian American University 6 Year 23,500
David Tvildiani Medical University 6 Year 30,000
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University 6 Year 36,000
Euroregional Teaching University 6 Year 21,000
SEU Georgian National University 6 Year 33,000

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