The admission process consists of 5 easy steps that make it fast and comfortable to complete. The dedicated team of Edugain Overseas always aims to provide the best services for international students, so if you have any questions or struggle with any problems, you can always contact us via e-mail or phone.
Now read the information attentively and do not hesitate to ask us for assistance if it is required. If you have already chosen the faculty and the major – all you need is to apply online by filling in the form on our website. You can also send us the following documents by email.
Send us the following documents in order to get an Admission Confirmation letter:
Filled Application Form
Copy of International Passport or ID Card (should be valid for at least 2 years)
Copy of Higher Secondary School Certificate (marks included)
As soon as you are accepted, we will send you the Admission Confirmation Letter in one working day.
Step 2. Pass the Online Language Interview
To get the Invitation Letter from the Georgian University you will have to pass the Zoom interview to confirm the English Language Proficiency level in order for the University to be sure the students are able to study the course with an English Minimum of Instruction.
Let Us know if you need any help with your interview and we will provide you with the assistance of our best teachers so you can be sure to pass.
Step 3. Cover Complete First-Year Fee
If the applicant is accepted, we provide a pre-acceptance letter with instructions for the student to pay the admission fee. Applicant’s documents are submitted to the Ministry of Education of Georgia so we could issue a letter of information and an Invoice for payment of complete first-year fees. First-year students must cover complete first-year fees at once in order to obtain an Invitation Letter.
Mention that all the documents should be possible to read and understand, scan them properly and check twice before sending.
The receipt that confirms a charge of the Invitation Letter
Copy of International Passport (should be valid for at least 2 years)
Copy of School Certificate (marks included)
Available payment methods: Bank transfer, Western Union, Money Gram.
Invitations are issued by the Federal Migration Service. It takes 7-30 working days to get a confirmation in Georgia.
Step 4. Obtain a Student VISA
Now you have the Invitation Letter and the next step is to contact the Georgian Embassy in your country or any country near your hometown. To get your VISA approved you will have to prepare the necessary documents. Please check them below:
Invitation Letter of the authorized education institution in Georgia
Proof of financial means
Bank statements from the past 6 months
Proof of sponsorship (Optional)
Proof of paying the tuition fee
Proof of previous academic qualifications
Passport size photos
School Certificate (WAEC, NECO, etc)
Police character certificate
Health Insurance Certificate
NEET exam paper (for Indian students only)
Step 5. Arrive in Georgia for Study
The International Office of your University informs the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia (MIA) about your arrival at the airport with the official letter. When passing the passport control at the airport the Border Police verifies if the official representative mentioned in your official letter is meeting you.
When passing the border control — you will be asked several questions and you should explain which university you are going to, which faculty you’ve entered, and who is picking you up at the airport. Make sure you have enough cash money for your living cost.
Remember that if an international student doesn’t inform us about their arrival in advance — they will be deported back to their country!
After arriving in Georgia, you should provide us with all the documents to finish the admission process. The staff of Edugain Overseas will complete the admission process and registration process in 1-3 working days and you can start your classes right away. Your dream University in Georgia awaits!
* Please mind that there are slight differences in the admission process to each University, which will be discussed individually upon each student’s admission.