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About University Of Georgia , Tbilisi

Located in Tbilisi, Georgia, the University of Georgia (UG) is one of the largest private universities in the country, with more than 8000 local and international students. The University has accredited programs on three levels of higher education (Bachelor, Master and PhD)  in English and Georgian languages. 

According to the latest university rankings published by the international organization – Webometrics, which ranks universities worldwide according to scientific research and scientific activity on the web, the University of Georgia is the highest-ranking private university in Georgia. Moreover, it in the top 7 of the regional educational institutions. 

UG is distinguished by the disciplined educational process and modern infrastructure, enabling its students to acquire quality education and practical skills.  For this reason,  graduates of the University of Georgia always benefit from superior employment prospects.

Offering thought provoking and diverse set of disciplines, UG is the place where knowledge is created and acquired. The academic personnel of the University is staffed with highly qualified, well-experienced and creative professionals dedicated to teaching creatively and with enthusiasm, helping raise young professionals with demonstrated commitment to the public.

UG is proud of its diverse community with cross cultural awareness.  Its multicultural environment shapes intelligent, educated individuals with human values capable to meet modern challenges.  The objective of the University of Georgia, being one of the leading universities, is to encourage the personal development of each student and mold her/him as a highly qualifies professional.

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     Indian Students At University Of Georgia

                                    The University Of Georgia - MBBS 

Program name:Medicine
Study Level:Single-Cycle Degree Program
Program leader:Natia Landia
Study language:English
Qualification:Medical Doctor
Program capacity:360
Program permission:English language B2 and other legislative requirements, namely citizens of Georgia should successfully pass Unified National Entrance Examinations. Foreign high-school graduates who received complete general education abroad or its equivalent and the last two years of complete general education had studied abroad or students who lived abroad for the last two or more years and who are currently studying abroad in higher educational institutions recognized by the legislation of the host countries will be able to enter the program without passing Uniform Unified National Entrance Examinations according to Order №224/N of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia (December 29, 2011). If applicant does not hold a certificate his/her level of English language knowledge is established by the university exam. Minimum threshold of 60%. Admission exam/interview in Biology-Chemistry-Physics (Basic Issues);
Program goals:

The aim of the program is to prepare competent, compassionate, just, experienced medical doctors, who will possess necessary theoretical knowledge, practical skills and values, defined by descriptor of competences of medical education in Georgia and by learning objectives of basic medical education by TUNING/MEDINE project, which will enable them to successfully continue medical education, enroll in Masters and Doctoral programs, apply for clinical positions of junior doctor, participate in scientific and academic activities in Georgia, as well as in other countries; graduates of the course will be ready to continuously improve their knowledge and skills, and with their professional work facilitate improvement of health and wellbeing of local communities as well as global society

Methods for Attaining Learning Outcomes:

• Lecture
• Theoretical Teaching (Interactive Seminars and Lectures)
• Theoretical and practical learning – Seminars
• Studying video movies
• Videos for teaching
• Videos for learning
• Problem based learning (PBL)
• Case-based learning (CBL)
• Role playing
• Playing patient/doctor roles
• Communication with patients
• Teaching through standardized patients
• Team Work
• Team working with resuscitative patient
• Practical studies
• Learning with help of simulators
• Learning with usage of simulator
• Scenarios based simulation training
• Teaching through standardized patients
• Clinical rotation in Clinical skills training and simulation center
• Teaching in clinical and simulation environment
• Practical task under the supervision
• Practice under indirect supervision
• Bedside Teaching

Learning outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding

·Deep and systematic knowledge of biomedical sciences


·Knowledge and understanding of the basic principles, processes, methods and general concepts of behavioral and social sciences.


·Broad knowledge of clinical sciences in various medical specialties and subspecialties, including critical understanding of theories and principles and some of the latest aspects of knowledge.


·Broad knowledge of medicines and their appointment, which includes a critical understanding of theories and principles, and some of the latest aspects of knowledge.


·Broad knowledge of public health: disease prevention and health promotion, disease screening and supervision, epidemiology, resource allocation and health economics, global health and inequality.


·Broad knowledge of ethical and legal principles related to medical practice and research, including critical understanding of theories and principles, and some of the latest aspects of knowledge.


· Knowledge of organizing healthcare organizations and systems and understanding the role of the physician in this system




Carry out a consultation with a patient


Assess clinical presentations, order investigations, make differential diagnoses, and negotiate a management plan


Providing first aid in emergency medical situations (First aid and resuscitation measures)


Drug prescription


Conducting Practical Procedures


Communicate effectively in a medical context


The use of Ethic and Legal Principles in Medical Practice


Evaluation of psychological and social aspects regarding patients’ disease.


The use of knowledge, skills and principles based on evidence


Use information and information technology effectively in a medical context


Ability to apply scientific principles, method and knowledge to medical practice and research


Implementation of health promoting events, engage with public healthcare issues, efficient performance within the healthcare system





Responsibility and autonomy

Appreciate the necessity of lifelong learning and continuous professional development in medical profession


Use ethical, legal principals and protect patients’ rights


Communicate, Negotiate and resolve conflicts in professional context with anyone, despite their social, cultural, religious or ethnic affiliation


Establish relationships with patients and colleagues based on equality, social and liberal values

Program details:

The program has 360 ECTS and includes 6 years of teaching. It consists of compulsory (326 ECTS) and optional (34 ECTS) components, 12 –of which are for language components.
The duration of the academic year is 38 weeks
Number of semesters - 2 (each semester 19 weeks)
Duration of the study period - 15 weeks
Duration of session periods - 2 weeks
Make up / Retake - 2 weeks

Teaching Process Characteristics:

The program consists of theoretical and laboratory teaching, as well as practice, which is implemented within the courses based on the thematic direction. Theoretical lectures can be concurrently conducted in two and more groups. A semester offers clinical rotations of medical profiles that consider daily and intensive teaching and is organized as in the university campus as well as in the affiliated medical institutions. The students’ number in laboratory and practical groups is not more than 15. The practical training is conducted using mentor system, as for the evaluation of clinical and professional skills the structured (integrated) evaluation system in simulation and clinical setting is used.

International students must choose the Georgian language with total of 12 credits, from the block of mandatory elective subjects. If they choose a 6-credit Georgian language subject, it is taken once a year, during the fall or spring semester, which must be completed before the start of clinical studies.

Georgian-speaking students, from the block of mandatory elective subjects, mandatorily choose the English language a total of 12 credits, once a year, in the fall or spring semester.

Program Core

MD231110EHuman Body - Structure and Function I101
MD231120EBiochemistry I41
MD231130EGenetics and Molecular biology I31
MD231140EIntroduction to Medical Profession21
MEDE1125EEnglish for Medics51
HELM231250EIntroduction to Public Health22
MD231210EHuman Body - Structure and Function II102
MD231220EBiochemistry II42
MD231230EGenetics and molecular biology II32
MD231240EBasic Microbiology and Bacteriology42
MD231290EClinical Skills I42
HELM232150EFundamentals of Bioethics and Medical law33
MD232110EHuman Body - Structure and Function III103
MD232120EBiochemistry III43
MD232130EEcology and General Hygiene33
MD232140EVirology, Mycology and Parasitology33
MD232190EResearch Skills I43
MD232210EHuman Body - Structure and Function IV104
MD232220EBiochemistry IV44
MD232230EFundamentals of Pathology54
MD232240EImmunology and Medical Microbiology44
MD232290EClinical Skills II44
HELM233150EEpidemiology, Biostatistics and Public Health65
MD233110EClinical Pathology I65
MD233120EBasics of Disease and Diagnosis I75
MD233130ESociology of health and disease35
MD233140EBasic pharmacology I55
MD233210EClinical Pathology II66
MD233220EBasics of Disease and Diagnosis II76
MD233240EBasic pharmacology II56
MD233250EFundamentals of Radiology46
MD233260EResearch Skills II26
nMD233230EIntroduction to psychology for medical professions36

Credits sum:


Program Elective

HELM2287EMarketing of Public Health6
HELM231320EHealth Promotion3
HELM233321EIntroduction to Healthcare Database Planning and Management6
HELM233330EHealthcare Informatics3
HELM233341EMedical Tourism and Telemedicine6
HELM234150ESPSS: Data Analysis and Formation in Healthcare3
MD236320EPractice in Laboratory Medicine3
MD236331EModern Ophthalmology4
MD236340EReproductive Medicine5
MD236350EFamily medicine, advanced course5
MD236360ETrauma in Emergency Medicine5
MD236370ECardiovascular Surgery5

Credits sum:


Mandatory Elective

ENGL1330English for Medics (communication with Patient)6
ENGL1340English for Medics( Hospital Clinic)6
KART1119Georgian I3
KART1219Georgian II3
KART2119Georgian III3
KART2219Georgian IV3
ENGL1110EGeneral English I6
ENGL1120EGeneral English II6
KART1141Georgian, as a second language I6
KART1241Georgian, as a second language II6

Credits sum:

MD234110EInternal Medicine I147
MD234120ESurgery I147
MD234130EIntroduction to family medicine27
MD234240ETraumatology and Orthopaedics48
MD234260EInfectious Diseases68
nMD234230EHaematology, transfusiology48
MD235110EInternal Medicine II149
MD235210ESurgery II1010
MD235220EAnaesthesiology and Rheumatology610
MD235240EEmergency Medicine610
nMD235230EPsychiatry and Clinical Psychology810
HELM232210EHealth Care Management611
MD236120EClinical thinking, Differential diagnosis511
MD236140EFamily Medicine611
MD236150EClinical Pharmacology411
MD236170EPalliative care211
nMD236130EBasics of Alternative Medicine311
HELM236210EFundamentals of health care quality and patient safety612
MD236220ESmall Clinical Research512
MD236230EForensic Medicine412
MD236280EClinical Skills III212

Credits sum: