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Mission of the University 

The mission of the TSU Faculty of Medicine is to educate medical professionals and researchers whose efforts are aimed, on the one hand, at improving the national health system and promoting the development of a healthy environment essential for the well-being and harmonized progress of society, and on the other hand, for the development of international medical-scientific thoughts. 


The aim of the TSU Faculty of Medicine is to be established as a center of medical education and science developed in accordance with international standards and to be a leader within the country and an institution with a growing scientific and educational reputation at the international level - having the modern educational programs of all three levels, material-technical infrastructure and clinical centers, academic staff and graduates with international authority, and the scientific researches of world-wide recognition. 


Mission of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU) is a spiritual and intellectual successor of multi-century Georgian culture, humanistic traditions and old Georgian educational, scientific and cultural centers. Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University is a multi-branch research university, whose mission is: 

  • To establish national and universal


 Values; 

  • To promote the intellectual, moral, cultural and socio-economic development of the society; 

  • To create, keep and disseminate new knowledge;

  • To develop the university traditions through research and innovations; To ensure student-centered learning and to train competitive staff; 

  • To promote continuing education; 

  • To be a dignified member of the free world.


The mission of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University is to worthily bear the name of the first Georgian university; to maintain leadership, along with historical leadership, within Georgia’s higher educational space; to belong to the list of the world’s leading universities; to promote national and universal welfare. Values Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University shares the ideals promoted by the Magna Charter of the European Universities; the University’s values are based on critical, creative and progressive thinking, the principles of academic freedom and academic ethics; open, dynamic and transparent relations. 


Vision 

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University strives to become a higher educational and research center with European values and international significance by 2024 that will ensure: 

  • Harmonization of educational programs with public and labor market requirements including through constantly developing information and communication technology; 

  • Increased number of basic and applied research; 

  • Internationalization of educational, research and administrative processes. 


History of the University 

The first-ever national university in the Caucasus was opened in 1918 laying the foundation for a European-type higher school in Georgia, based on Georgian educational traditions. The idea of foundation of the university first emerged as far back as the early 19th century amid intensification of the struggle for liberation from Russian empire. A new generation led by great Georgian public figure Ilia Chavchavadze, with whom a new stage of spiritual revival in the history of our country is connected, appeared on the scene in the sixties of the 19th century. 


The struggle for establishing the university became especially vigorous during those years. Real possibilities of establishing a higher school have opened up after the Nobiliary Manorial Estate Bank was founded in Tbilisi. It was the only bank throughout the Russian empire, which spent its incomes to promote the cultural-educational and economic interests of the nation. From the beginning of the 20th century Ivane Javakhishvili, who underwent his studies in Petersburg and became its assistant professor, started to organize the foundation of the Georgian University. From the very first days of the February 1917 revolution, Ivane Javakhishvili, who was in Petersburg by then, started active preparations for the opening of a higher educational institution. 


The first gathering of the founders of the University Society was held at the apartment of Petre Melikishvili in Tbilisi on May 12. The gathering was chaired by Ekvtime Takaishvili. It was just on that day, when the Georgian Free University Society was established, which later played a huge role in the foundation of the University. In autumn 1917 the founders of the University intensified their efforts to open a higher educational institution. It was decided to establish only one faculty initially – the faculty of philosophy, which would have united humanitarian fields as well as natural science and mathematics. In late December Georgian press already reported about the enrollment of the first students into the Georgian University. 


Thus, the first-ever national University in the Caucasus was opened on January 26, 1918, the day of commemoration of King David the Builder (new style February 8). Upon the nomination of Ivane Javakhishvili, the Council of Professors elected Petre Melikishvili the first rector of the university. Ivane Javakhishvili took charge of the faculty of philosophy. 


The following persons delivered lectures at the newly established university: Ivane Javakhishvili, Iustine Abuladze, Giorgi Akhvlediani, Philipe Gogichaishvili, Ekvtime Takaishvili, Korneli Kekelidze, Shalva Nutsubidze, Elisabed Bagrationi-Orbeliani, Dimitri Uznadze, Vanda Gambashidze, Ilia Kipshidze, Ioseb Kipshidze, Akaki Shanidze, Andria Benashvili, Andria Razmadze, Ivane Beritashvili, and Grigol Tsereteli. In 1989 the Tbilisi State University was named after its founder, Ivane Javakhishvili. Today the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University is one of the first scientific-research institutions of Georgia. It implements about 200 local and international scientific grant programs annually. 


FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

Medical education in Georgia was established at TSU in 1918 with the establishment of the first Faculty of Medicine in Georgia. In 1919 the Faculty of Medicine was founded as an independent faculty, and at the end of the academic year of 1929-1930 it ceased the operation at the University. 


Admission of students to the medical program has resumed since 1994 year. Educational programme Medicine was accredited in 2011 and the first admission of international students was announced. According to the Round University Ranking, Tbilisi State University ranks 452nd place among the world universities in the field of medicine (Copper League category) in 2020. 


This category includes the evaluation of the Faculty of Medicine with the following four main components: Indicators of teaching, research, international diversity and financial sustainability. According to the teaching criteria, TSU Faculty of Medicine is ranked in the 327th place in the world university ranking (silver category). According to the research component, it ranks 524th and international diversity – 205th place (silver category). Also, according to the financial sustainability Faculty of Medicine ranks 320th (bronze category)

Faculties

Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Health Science
Faculty of Pharmacy

Country Ranking

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Country Ranking is 1

World Ranking

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University World Ranking is 1272

Student life

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Students
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Students
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Students

The Tbilisi State University is one of the largest higher educational institutions by its scales. Today about 22 thousand students are undergoing studies at seven faculties of TSU.

Along with bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs, the Tbilisi State University also implements higher vocational education, as well as short and long term certification programs. Based on close cooperation with foreign universities, Georgian students have opportunities to participate in exchange and joint international educational programs and gain double academic degrees.

Tbilisi State University is an active member of leading international education networks and is proud of its alumni - prominent professors, scientists and graduates, who have successfully integrated into the European community and gained the recognition worldwide.

TSU offers a wide variety of degree programs at undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels and short courses offered in English language attracting students from all over the world. The internalization of TSU is fast- paced and it aims at creating multicultural environment that will enhance teaching and research opportunities. TSU promotes the equality to access education and believes in engaging and valuing all students and staff.

City at a Glance

City at a Glance
City at a Glance
City at a Glance

Tbilisi lies in the centre of eastern Georgia, in the foothills of the Trialeti mountain range. According to Georgian legends, it was founded in the 5th century by King Vakhtang Gorgasali who, while hunting, shot a pheasant which fell into a warm spring and was either boiled or healed. Either way, the king was inspired to found a city on the site, and the name of the city derives from the Georgian word tbili meaning "warm".

Climate
Tbilisi has cool winters and warm summers. There is very little rain. It rains only 70 days per year. It is common to snow in Tbilisi in the beginning of the year. Most rain falls on the summer months. Summers in Tbilisi can get very hot, with the record high being 42°C, winters can get cold with the record low being -24.4°C.

Stay safe
Tbilisi is very safe after the Rose Revolution. The police system was reformed completely and the recent polls show that public's trust in police shifted from nearly 10% to 88%. The police are usually quick to respond, though usually only Georgian and Russian are spoken. While walking is generally fine, even for solo women, it makes sense to take a bus or taxi home at night. Use common sense and big-city awareness. Night time at the clubs and bars is safe, and taxi service is safe as long as it's a company taxi like "009" or others. The public bus is also a good, safe option for 0.50 lari.

Contact
There are 3 GSM operators of mobile phone service:

Magticom: provides 3G, 4G and 4.5G, covers more than 90% of populated regions of Georgia. There are different tariffs and packages. SIM card can be purchased directly at Tbilisi International Airport
Geocell: provides 3G and 4G, covers all of Georgia, packet data deals available for prepaid. 2 GEL for the SIM, 10 GEL for 1 GB of data. There is a Geocell office in the Marjanishvili metro station.
Beeline: russian company, the cheapest of all sim cards, but does not get the best reception in some areas. buy a sim card at the office on Rustaveli Avenue or Ortachala international bus station (help-line number for Beeline mobile: 110101 from Georgia).

Arrival
Tbilisi International Airport (IATA: TBS) is 17km southeast of the city centre. A new, modern terminal was inaugurated in 2007. There are ATMs, multiple SIM card vendors, a CIP lounge, and free Wi-Fi (Silknet) in the airport. George W. Bush Avenue leads from the airport to downtown Tbilisi.

The following airlines operate service to/from Tbilisi International Airport.
Aeroflot (Moscow-Sheremetyevo), Air Arabia (Sharjah), Air Astana (Almaty, Astana), airBaltic (Riga), Air Cairo (Cairo, Hurghada, Sharm-El-Sheikh), Arkia Israel Airlines (Tel Aviv), ATA Airlines (Tehran), Azerbaijan Airlines (Baku), Belavia (Minsk), China Southern Airlines (Ürümqi, Beijing), El-Al (Tel Aviv), Emirates (Dubai), flydubai (Dubai), flynas (Jeddah, Riyadh), Georgian Airways (Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Batumi, Berlin, Bologna, Bratislava, Brussels, Cologne, Kazan, Kharkiv, Kyiv-Boryspil, London-Gatwick, Moscow-Vnukovo, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Prague, Thessaloniki, Saint-Petersburg, Vienna, Yerevan), Gulf Air (Bahrain), Jazeera Airways (Kuwait), LOT Polish Airlines (Warsaw), Lufthansa (Munich), MyWay Airlines (Antalya, Batumi, Tel Aviv), Pegasus Airlines (Istanbul-Sabiha Gokcen), Pobeda Airlines (Rostov), Qatar Airways (Doha, Baku), Salam Air (Muscat), SCAT (Aktau), S7 Airlines (Moscow-Domodedovo), TAROM (Bucharest), Turkish Airlines (Istanbul-Atatürk, Istanbul-Sabiha Gokcen), Ukraine International Airlines (Kyiv-Boryspil), Ural Airlines (Ekaterinburg, Krasnodar, Sochi), Wataniya Airways (Kuwait), Wings of Lebanon (Beirut), Zagros Airlines (Tehran).

MBBS Admission Procedure

Documents Required for MBBS Admission

  • Valid Passport with a minimum validity of 6 months.

  • NEET qualified score card.

  • 10 class mark list

  • 11 and 12 class or equivalent certificate

  • Birth Certificate

  • Bank account statement

  • Police clearance certificate


Eligibility Criteria for MBBS Admission

  • Minimum Educational Qualification: - 10 + 2 years of education

  • Minimum Age: - 18 years

  • Candidates applying for medical courses must fulfill all the requirements listed in the guidelines of the Medical Council of India ( MCI).


Admission procedure for MBBS

Step 1: Select your desired Medical college from our Registration Page. Fill the online application form and upload the supporting documents as mentioned. (If the college you looking not found please write to us). 


Step 2: Pay your Registration Fees.


Step 3: An offer letter will issue within two business days.


Step 4: Students have to pay their first-semester tuition fees directly to the university after receiving the offer letter.


Step 5: Pay your Documentation and Service Charge Fees.


Step 6: Visa and other documentation can take up to 45 days. When all procedure is over, you can fly to start your dream journey.


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