Language Proficiency Test: You may need to take a language proficiency test to assess your Georgian language skills. The most commonly accepted language test for Georgian is the Georgian Language Proficiency Test, which evaluates your reading, writing, listening, and speaking abilities.
Language Courses: If you do not meet the language requirements, some institutions may offer preparatory or intensive language courses to help you improve your Georgian language skills before starting your academic program.
Language Certificates: Obtaining a language certificate can be beneficial to demonstrate your proficiency in Georgian. The most recognized language certificate for Georgian is the Certificate of Georgian as a Foreign Language, awarded by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia. This certificate is available at different levels and can serve as proof of your language skills.
Admission to a Georgian Educational Institution
Proof of financial means
Proof of accommodation
Completed visa application form: Obtain the application form from the Georgian embassy or consulate in your country or check if it’s available online. Fill it out accurately and legibly.
Passport: Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond the intended period of stay in Georgia. It should also have at least two blank pages for visa stamps.
Acceptance letter: Obtain an official acceptance letter from the Georgian educational institution where you have been accepted for study. The letter should confirm your admission, course details, and the duration of your program.
Proof of financial means: Demonstrate that you have sufficient funds to cover your tuition fees, accommodation, and living expenses while studying in Georgia. This can be in the form of bank statements, sponsorship letters, or scholarship letters.
Health insurance: Provide proof of health insurance coverage that is valid in Georgia for the duration of your stay. This can be an international health insurance policy or a specific Georgian health insurance plan.
Academic transcripts and certificates: Submit your academic records, including transcripts and certificates from your previous educational institutions. These documents should be properly translated into Georgian or English if they are in another language.
Language proficiency: If your course of study is conducted in Georgian, you may need to provide evidence of your proficiency in the language. This can be in the form of a language proficiency certificate or passing a language test.
Passport-sized photographs: Include several recent passport-sized photographs that meet the specifications set by the Georgian embassy or consulate.
Visa fee: Pay the required visa application fee, which will vary depending on your nationality and the type of visa you are applying for.
Other supporting documents: You may be asked to provide additional documents such as a statement of purpose, a CV/resume, a police clearance certificate, or a medical certificate. Check the specific requirements of the embassy or consulate for your country.
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