Alte University

international students

Alte University unites more than 2,100 students from 15 countries. The world federation for medical education (WFME) has recognized the Alte University medical program, which is also a member of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) and the European Medical Education Association (AMEE). The program is recognized and approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI). 

It is noteworthy that a memorandum of understanding has been signed between Alte University and the Bharath Institute of Higher Education and research, which aims to: exchange programs for medical school students and academic staff, create joint programs in IT and data sciences, facilitate the internship of medical school students in leading medical institutions of Georgia and India and organize joint conferences, seminars, and workshops.

At Alte University international school of medicine, international students have the opportunity to study in the field of dentistry and medicine, where they will gain practical experience along with theoretical knowledge. The duration of the medical program is 6 years and the annual fee is 5,000 dollars, while the duration of the dental program is five years, the annual fee is 4,500 dollars.

The course is taught in English.


In order for an international student to be able to study at Alte University International School of Medicine, it is necessary to:


Stage 1: Application Form

The international student must fill out the application form and submit the following documents to m.khorava@alte.edu.ge

Stage 2: Required Documents
 

  • Alte University international student application form
  • a Copy of the passport photo page
  • Copy of complete general education certificate or its equivalent and its supplement/transcript of academic record issued by a foreign educational institution

After all required documents are submitted and considered, the university issues a conditional admission letter.


Stage 3: – Interview

Alte University will invite applicants for an online or face-to-face interview. The video will be recorded for future reference.
The successful candidate will pay the application fee of 80$ (includes: translation, notarization, and the application fee for the national center for quality education enhancement) via bank to the university’s official bank account.


Stage 4: – Recognition of foreign education

Alte admissions office translates documents into Georgian, notarizes, and submits an application to “Legal Entity of Public law (LEPL) - national center for educational quality enhancement", for official recognition of foreign education. The feedback process lasts at least one month.
NB: If the application is submitted by another person, a document certifying their power of attorney.


Stage 5: – Enrollment

After the recognition procedures are completed, the ministry of education issues an official decision on granting enrolment rights to an applicant for an educational program.
The university president signs a decision on a student’s final enrolment to an appropriate faculty and specialty.


Stage 6: – Paying Tuition Fees

The successful applicant will have to pay at least half of the yearly tuition fee via bank to Alte’s bank account in order to receive an enrollment letter.