Department International Relations
Fall Semester: May 1
Spring Semester: November 10 APPLICATION DEADLINES
Online applications will be available from September 16
to November 10th
Spring Semester and from April 1
to May 1st
Fall Semester TERM DATES
Fall Semester: September - January
Spring Semester: February – JuneVisa information
Students of the countries of European Union, United States of America, Canada and many other, do not need a Visa to enter, live and study in Georgia up to 360 days. Full information about Visas, list of countries, whose citizens need or do not need a Visa for Georgia, required document's to apply for the Visa, prices etc is available here.
For those applicants who need official letters to apply Georgian entry-visa for academic activity, please write to:
BEFORE APPLYING FOR A VISA ALL STUDENT AND EXCHANGE VISITOR APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO BE ACCEPTED AND APPROVED FOR THEIR PROGRAM
Students are responsible for their own health insurance during their studies at CU. Please contact your insurance company to ask them about the international coverage of your health insurance. Otherwise the student can sign up to any other insurance agency providing international health insurance.Accommodation
CAUCASUS UNIVERSITY does not have student dormitories.
Accommodations are provided at the student's choice with a hostel or in a rented apartment.
If you want us to help in finding a flat please contact International Relations Office at CU (
) or along with your application for admission, under the question about accommodation please choose the option "I'd like you to help me finding an accommodation"
Approximate Living Costs
around $100 to $300 per month, depending on sharing arrangements and distance from UniversityMeals:
about $15 per dayPocket money:
a few dollars a day for incidentalsLocal transportation:
Travel within Tbilisi is by:
- bus – 0.50 GEL one way(students – 0.20 GEL)
- minibus – 0.50 GEL one way
- Metro - 0.50 GEL one way
You can also use touch cards for transportation that offers good discounts. You will be given information about touch cards when you come here in Tbilisi.About Tbilisi
Key attraction of Tbilisi, Georgia
Tbilisi is 1600 years old city, so it certainly has lots of things to offer. It is the place where it all happens. Politically, socially, culturally, economically - Tbilisi is the hub of South Caucasus and Central Asia where one gravitates for fun and excitement. It's old city with narrow, winding streets, beautiful gorgeous buildings, old balconied houses with the appropriateness of contemporary architectural insertions from a presidential palace to shopping malls, leisure facilities, bridges, parks.
There is a wide array of good places to eat, and enjoy a busy cultural scene and nightlife. There are plenty of clubs and bars worth visiting after a busy day at Caucasus University. Just to taste various Georgian wine (it is widely believed that Georgia is where wine production first began) and food while enjoying live music.
So you should come here Because of the look of the city, the friendliness of the people that will make all and every day of your visit more interesting and simply because that Tbilisi is stunning, unbelievably invigorating and the place for that new experience you are in a need now.