Georgia has become a popular study destination for prospective medical students who aspire to become doctors. Up to 55% of India’s 55,000 doctors graduate every year from private colleges, many of which charge illegal donations, or “capitation fees”. In Tamil Nadu, the cost of admission to medical college is Rs 2 crore for an MBBS seat. As an alternative to such practices, without compromising on the quality of education, Georgia has emerged as the hub for MBBS hopefuls. While Russia and Ukraine too offer equally good medical education, it is worth noting that Georgian medical universities enjoy a higher ranking than the ones in these countries. Georgia is home to three reputed universities, which offer medical degrees such as MBBS (Bachelors of Medicine) and Masters in Medicine (M.D) programs. They are the David Tvildiani Medical University (AIETI Medical School), Akaki Tsereteli State University, University Geomedi, Tsiblisi State Medical University andREAD MORE