About Georgia

Founded in 1732, Georgia is a country of Transcaucasia located at the eastern end of the Black Sea on the southern flanks of the main crest of the Greater Caucasus Mountains.  In 1936 Georgia became a constituent (union) republic, declared sovereignty on November 19, 1989, and independence on April 9, 1991. Georgia has 159 counties, more than 500 municipalities, and hundreds of special district.  The 3.7 million population includes four-fifths of Georgians; the rest are Armenians, Russians, Azerbaijanis, and, in smaller numbers, Ossetes, Greeks, Abkhazians, one-third of African-Americans, two-third of Europeans and others.  Georgia encompasses a humid subtropical climate, with most of the state having short, mild winters and long, hot summers.

Key Attractions:

  • Globally recognized Universities
  • Easy Visa Processing - 45 - 60 Days
  • Numerous Scholarships are available
  • The medium of instruction is English
  • World's Top Technical Universities & Hospitality University
  • No entrance exams for admission

 

Why study in Georgia

Located in the Caucasus, Georgia is a small country that’s rich in history and culture and is also home to 10000+ international students. Georgia is an extremely affordable country with great universities and great career opportunities. Georgia attracts foreign students to enrol in study programs as the educational system is evolving continuously.  Every institution has two Academic semesters i.e, from September to June. Prospective students avail themselves a great variety of study options such as business administration, travel and tourism, marketing and PR, computer science, or social science. Students get government scholarships, private funds and also college scholarship for their studies. 

Universities and colleges in Georgia

 

1. The University of Georgia

2. Georgia Institute of Technology

3. Georgia State University

4. Emory University

5. Kennesaw State University

Student Visa Requirements

  • Letter of enrollment in the authorized education institution in Georgia
  • Proof of financial means, such as through:
    • Bank statements from the past 6 months
    • Proof you have obtained a scholarship
    • Proof of sponsorship
  • Proof you have paid the tuition fee
  • Proof of previous academic qualifications

Useful Links

Government

Ministry of Finance – http://uk.fm.dk/
Ministry of Climate and Energy – http://www.kemin.dk/English/
Ministry of the Environment – http://www.mim.dk/eng/
Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries – http://www.fvm.dk/English.aspx?ID=14541
Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation – http://en.vtu.dk/
Ministry of Taxation – http://www.skm.dk/foreign/
Ministry of Transport – http://www.trm.dk/sw521.asp
Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs – http://www.oem.dk/sw184.asp
Ministry of Foreign Affairs – www.um.dk

Prime Ministers Office – http://www.skm.dk/foreign/

Royal Danish Embassy in Tel Aviv – http://www.ambtelaviv.um.dk/en

Trade
Chamber of Commerce – www.danskerhverv.com
Confederation of Danish Industry – http://www.di.dk/
Danish Exporters – http://www.danishexporters.dk/scripts/danishexporters/danishexporters_forside.asp
Danish Export Association – http://www.dk-export.dk/uk-1
Invest in Denmark – www.investindk.com
Statistics Denmark – www.dst.dk
Trade Council of Denmark – http://www.um.dk/en/menu/TradeAndInvestment/
The Danish Yellow Pages (only in Danish) – www.degulesider.dk
(English) www.yellowpages.dk

Trade fairs
Bella Center – http://www.bellacenter.dk/English
Messecenter Herning kongrescenter – http://www.messecenter.dk/UK/index.asp

Financial information, Taxations and Investments
Financial Newspaper – Børsen – http://borsen.dk/1493
National Bank Denmark- http://www.nationalbanken.dk/dnuk/specialdocuments.nsf
Danske Bank – http://www.danskebank.com/en-uk/about-us/Pages/about-us.aspx
Copenhagens Stock Exchange – CSE – http://www.nasdaqomxnordic.com/
Euro Investor – http://www.euroinvestor.dk/Stock/MarketOverview_DK.aspx
Copenhagen Capacity – Foreign Investment Agency – www.copcap.com

Agriculture
Danish Agricultural Council (Danish) – http://www.landbrugsraadet.dk/view.asp?ID=12112
Danish Dairy Board – http://www.mejeri.dk/smcms/danishdairyboard_dk/Home/Index.htm?ID=5055
Danish Bacon & Meat Council (DBMC) -http://www.danskeslagterier.dk/smcms/Danske_Slagterier_UK/Index.htm?ID=141
Danish Plant Directorate – http://pdir.fvm.dk/English.aspx?ID=7335
Danish Food Industry Agency – http://ferv.fvm.dk/English.aspx?ID=27059
The Danish Grain- and Feed Trade Association – www.dakofo.dk/AboutDakofo.htm

Biotechnology
Medicon Valley – http://www.mediconvalley.com/Medicon%20ValleyDanish Agency for Medicon ValleyAlliance – http://www.mva.org/?gclid=CKnVoruds5cCFUse3godB3CMiw
Science, Technology and Innovation – http://en.fi.dk/

The Danish Association of Biotechnology Industries – http://danskbiotek.customers.composite.net/

R&D, Information and Engineering Technologies
Danish Energy Agency – http://www.ens.dk/sw11492.asp
Energy and Oil Associations (Danish)
Iron and Metal Industry – www.jernindustri.dk/Default.aspx

Maritime & Transport Information
Copenhagen – Malmö Port – http://www.cmport.com/CMP/uk/uk_docs.nsf
Danish Ports – http://www.danskehavne.dk/dk/Service/In+English
Copenhagen Airports – http://www.cph.dk/CPH/UK/MAIN/
DSB- Danish trains – http://www.dsb.dk/cs/Satellite?pagename=DSBUK/Forside
Maritime Denmark (Danish) – http://www.detmaritimedanmark.dk/
CFL Cargo – http://www.cflcargo.dk/
Danish Transport and logistics (Danish) – http://www.dtl.eu/

Space Technologies
Danish National Space Center – http://www.spacecenter.dk/research/danish-doctoral-school-of-space-science-and-technology
DTU – Danish Technology University – http://www.space.dtu.dk/

Tourist Information
Visit Denmark – http://www.dt.dk/
Visit Copenhagen – http://www.visitcopenhagen.dk/
Tivoli – www.tivoli.dk
Maps of Denmark – www.krak.dk
Weather forecast – http://www.dmi.dk/eng/index/forecasts.htm

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