MBBS in Georgia

About European Teaching University

European Teaching University was founded in 1995. Institution is focused on training using the European model, competitive to grow up students, according demands of international labor market.

European Teaching University is staffed by qualified, experienced academic staff and invited specialists, who were educated in the leading universities in Europe, which contributes to the international experience and high-quality, innovation-based learning.

Institution is completely focused on students, it gives ability ,together with high-quality education, university grants and studying abroad.

European University is equipped with modern technological base, a diverse library, their own television and with the essential equipment for appropriate programs, which provides all the conditions for a quality education.

Many foreign students studying at the institution, including the Ukraine, India, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, etc. The university provides a special service for the agency, which helps foreign students to shelter, food and security related issues.


Authorization is the instrument for external evaluation of compatibility of an institution with standards, certifying internal (self) evaluation and is obligatory for all types of educational institutions in order to carry out educational activities and to issue an educational document approved by the state. Since 2010 mandatory licensing and Authorization procedure are administered by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement. The National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement on January 21st, 2011 with an issued a resolution # 1 has granted the license and status of Higher Education Institution to “European Teaching University” for a period of 5 years.

Programme of the Univeristy

  • Language of Instruction: English
  • Type of the Educational Program: Academi
  • Status of the Programme: Accredited
  • Degree Qualification: Medical Doctor, MD
  • Duration: 10/12 semesters
  • Foreign citizens and stateless persons who have received secondary or equivalent education in a foreign country.
  • Individuals who currently study / have studied in a foreign country and have received credits at an academic institution recognized under the laws of that country.

Programme Relevance

Medicine is the most important pillar of the healthcare sector, which applies not only to human health, but also to human life. The diversity of pathologies, and it’s variability caused by the influence of social and environmental factors, cause the allocation of new nosological entities (diseases), which require deep knowledge and high qualification of a doctor, as well as constant updating of knowledge and professional development. The prerequisite to a successful medical practice is receiving high quality basis in medical education. ‘Certified Medical Doctor’s Program (English)’ was established by taking the above-mentioned circumstances into account.

  • The basic physical, chemical, biological and physiological patterns, processes and developments of a human body.
  • The structure of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems, topography and development in relation to their functions.
  • Thegeneral regularities of the origins and developments of life, the laws of genetics and the viability of the organism.
  • Medicine and the main features of its forms, including classification, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
  • Diagnostics, patient treatment and prevention of diseases using practical problem-solving through professional algorithms, work regulations for therapeutic and diagnostic equipment.
  • Developing skills in medical documentation recording and professional communications, in order to communicate with patients and colleagues orally and in writing, including communicating in a foreign language.

The program aims to develop hygienic, healthy, and environmentally safe values instudents, and promotes acknowledgement of the importance of a continuous medical education and professional development.

Volume of the Academic Programme

The program is based on the ECTS- European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, it is student-oriented and is focused on the academic workload required to achieve the objectives of the academic program.

The program consists of 360 credits. 1 credit = 25 hours. 360 credit hours = 9,000 hours.

Units of credit (in hours) reflects the amount of work that is needed for the student to master one component of the program and to achieve the learning outcomes.

Credit includes contact and independent work hours.

It is recommended for the student to obtain an average of 30 credits (30 credits = 750 hours) per semester, and 60 credits per year, however, given the scale of the individual student workload, the amount of credits can be more or less than 60, but cannot exceed 75.