DMTU was established in 1992 in Georgia. Among numerous factors contributing to medical progress, an important role is assigned to perfection of the system of continued medical education and training of the personnel for high qualification.
1. Where is this college?
It is in Georgia, which is in Europe, next to Turkey. It is an independent country, about the size of Switzerland.
2. What is the cost of the course?
Tuition fee is 6000 USD for the first year and 5000 USD per year for the next five years.
3. Why is the fee more for the first year?
Those are administrative charges that the college takes. A lot of permissions are taken by the college, from various ministries, before the college can officially invite a student.
4. What about the internship?
The course is for five years after which one has to complete one year of internship. That internship has to be done in Georgia in the supervision of the college. Unlike in India, the students in Georgia pay for the internship. That is why the tuition fee charged is for 6 years , 5 (course) + 1 (internship).
5. The fee for all six years has to be deposited at the same time?
No, every year the fee has to be paid, in advance, for that year itself. At the time of admission, the first year’s fee has to be transferred to the college in advance at the time of admission. And every consecutive year one has to pay the fee in advance for one year.
6. What are the other expenses, apart from the tuition fee?
An Indian student generally spends between 300-400 USD per month on an average in Georgia. This includes accommodation, food, travel expenses etc.
7. What makes DTMU stand apart?
DTMU follows USMLE (United States Medical Licensing Examination) syllabus. The students have a choice to appear in USMLE Exams in the 2nd and 4th year of their course. If they clear these two steps then they are eligible to go to USA for work or for further studies once their course is over. Studying from Kaplan books makes it easier for DTMU students to clear USMLE exams. A major percentage of DTMU students clear USMLE and manage to go to USA for further education or for work.
8. Is the college recognised by MCI? Or in other words, are the MBBS doctors from this college allowed to work in India once they come back after completing the course?
The college is listed in World Directory of Medical Schools, published by WHO, thus it is recognised by MCI. However, MCI takes a test of all the students once they complete their course abroad and come back to India. It is called a ‘Screening Test’. Here is the link to AVICENNA WHO World Directory of Medical Schools
9. Why choose Georgia over Russia or Ukraine?
Georgia is a country which has become an inspiration to many other nations of the Eurasia region, especially because it has managed to transform itself towards being a true democracy post Soviet era. When compared with Russia and Ukraine one would find that Georgia is better developed, it is much safer, almost crime free, and it is a more honest society. It is advisable to go through this Corruption Perception Index of Transparency International and check out the rankings of these nations yourself:
10. What about their accommodation?
The college arranges for their accommodation. A student needs to book the accommodation for one year after making a full one year advance payment for it.
11. Is it safe to send girl students there?
Majority of the students going from India to DTMU are girls. They are provided with a separate accommodation by the college. Georgia is very safe for women.
12. What is the climate like in Georgia?
In summers the maximum temperature can touch upto 35 deg centigrade and in winters the minimum temperature can reach around minus 5 degree centigrade. The climate is much more moderate compared to Russia and Ukraine.
13. What is the food in Georgia like?
Fruits and vegetables are aplenty in Georgia. Georgian people like to eat a lot of salads and vegetables in their diet and it is easily available in restaurants and in market. There are many small eateries and cafes in the city where the students get reasonable priced good food. Tandoori naans, khachapuri (cheese naans), rajma, khinkali (momos-paneer or non veg) etc are some popular street food and is available everywhere.
14. What is the religion followed in Georgia? Is it a Christian country?
Yes, Georgia is a Christian country. There are other religions also, Islam and Judaism is also followed by a small population but the majority of the people, 90% and above follow Christianity.
European Teaching University, Georgia
|Tution Fees 1st Year Fees with Hostel||6000||1||390000||390000|
|Tution Fees 2nd - 6th Year with Hostel||5500||5||357500||1787500|
|Processing Fees (one time)||2308||1||150000||150000|
|Air Ticket EXTRA||Total||3237500|