Get the Student Status

Individuals, who enjoy the right to study on the first level of academic education or one-step educational program at European university without passing Unified National Examination, are enrolled in accordance with the regulation set by the Ministry of Education and Science and based on “the rule determining the level of language competence of those eligible to study at European University” which is approved by the Rector of the same university.

 

Obtaining student status on Bachelor’s/One-step educational program without passing Unified National Examination

Based on the order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, obtaining student status without passing the Unified National Examinations on Bachelor’s/one-step educational program is permitted in some cases envisaged by the Georgian Legislation, for:

  • Citizens of foreign countries and stateless individuals, who have received senior secondary or its equivalent education in a foreign country.
  • Citizens of Georgia, who have received senior secondary or its equivalent education abroad and studied in a foreign country during the last two years of senior secondary education.
  • Citizens of foreign countries (except for the students involved in joint higher educational programs and exchange programs), who study/studied and have earned credits/qualification in a higher educational institution of a foreign country which is recognized in accordance with the legislation of the same country. 
  • Citizens of Georgia (except for those involved in joint higher educational programs and exchange educational programs), who lived in a foreign country for at least 75 days during one of the terms while studying in a higher educational institution there and have received credits/qualification in a foreign country’s higher educational institution recognized in accordance with the legislation of that country.
 
Obtaining student status on Master’s degree educational program without passing the Unified Master’s Examination

Based on the order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, gaining student status on Master’s educational program without passing the Unified Master’s Examinations is possible in the cases envisaged by the Georgian Legislation, for:

a) For Master’s degree candidates who have received the relevant document, that certifies academic degree of higher education, in a foreign country.

b) Citizens of foreign countries (except for the students involved in joint higher educational programs), who study/studied on master’s programs and have earned credits/qualification in a higher educational institution of a foreign country which is recognized in accordance with the legislation of the same country.

c) Citizens of Georgia (except for those involved in joint higher educational programs and exchange educational programs), who lived in a foreign country for at least 75 days during one of the terms while studying in a higher educational institution there and have received master’s degree credits/qualification in a foreign country’s higher educational institution which is recognized in accordance with the legislation of the same country.

d) Master’s degree candidates who have been enrolled in a higher educational institution on a Bachelor’s or one-step program without the Unified National Examinations, namely:

  • Citizens of foreign countries and stateless individuals, who have received senior secondary education or its equivalent in a foreign country.
  • Citizens of Georgia, who have received senior secondary or its equivalent education abroad and studied in a foreign country during the last two years of senior secondary education.
  • Citizens of foreign countries (except for the students involved in joint higher educational programs and exchange programs), who study/studied and have earned credits/qualification in a higher educational institution of a foreign country which is recognized in accordance with the legislation of the same country.
  • Citizens of Georgia (except for those involved in joint higher educational programs and exchange educational programs), who lived in a foreign country for at least 75 days during one of the terms while studying in a higher educational institution there and have received credits/qualification in a foreign country’s higher educational institution which is recognized in accordance with the legislation of the same country.

e) Citizens of foreign countries who are eligible to continue study in the Georgian higher educational institution before the Law of Georgia on Higher Education went into force and hold the document issued in Georgia that certifies higher education recognized by the state.