The Embassy of Georgia is hosting a foreign education fair in India to open paths for students to study abroad. There is no entry fee required for this event.
Around 11 universities from Georgia will be present in the fair to explain about their offerings and courses to students who have cleared or are currently pursuing Class 12 in medical and non medical streams. The varsities will include Alte University, Caucasus International University, David Tvildiani Medical University, Caucasus University, East European University, European University, Georgian American University, Georgian National University SEU, Kutaisi University, Teaching University Geomedi and University of Georgia.
The event is planned to be held on May 30, June 1 and June 2 in Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai at Jio Convention Centre, Chancery Pavilion Hotel, and Accord Metropolitan Hotel respectively.
The aim of this education fair is to help Indian students choose the right course and institution to pursue their higher studies.
According to the Embassy of Georgia, the most sought-after courses by Indian students include MBBS, Dentistry, Computer Science, Undergraduate Medical Doctor Program (MD), BBA and other courses related to Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, and IT (Information Technology), Data Science and Artificial Intelligence.
“Currently, more than 20,000 Indian students’ study in Georgia and the number is continuing to increase at an unprecedented pace,” the embassy claimed.
Courtesy : The Indian Express