Integrated American Medical Program in Georgia

In the standard European MBBS program offered by all Georgian medical colleges, students undergo a comprehensive curriculum resulting in the completion of their MBBS in Georgia, accumulating a total of 360 credits. Subsequently, students are required to pass either the FMGE or NExT exam to acquire their medical license for practice in India. With their license secured, students can then pursue specialization leading to an MD degree following their MBBS in Georgia.

Upon completion of the MBBS program in Georgia, only a minority, approximately 20% of students, successfully pass the FMGE exam in India. Among these, a mere 2% secure a PG seat. Consequently, students at institutions like the University of Georgia or Tbilisi State Medical University often opt for the Integrated American Program, which offers additional opportunities. However, such options are not available at other medical colleges in Georgia.