A ticket for public transport vehicles (Bus and Metro) costs 0.50gel ($0.20) for everyone. However, students with “students cards” pay only 0.20gel ($0.09) for a ticket. Each ticket is valid for 1.30hr. Within the 1.30hr validity frame, a ticket holder can enter any public vehicle for FREE with the ticket card.
Yandex and Taxify exist in major Georgian cities for everyone who prefers to use taxi. Taxis charge about 5Gel($2) for a 7km journey. And cars are affordable for those who prefer to purchase a vehicle while studying in Georgia.
The average tuition fees of MBBS (Medicine) program in Georgia is $6,000 per academic year and $4000 for Non-MBBS Programs such as Business, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Engineering and Technology.
We recommend students to budget $400 – $600 per month for accommodation in Tbilisi city centre. And $300 – $450 for accommodation outside Tbilisi.
Would you like to spend less on flats? See Accommodation in Georgia for foreign students for the quality of flats available in Georgia for your budget and tips on how to spend less on apartments, pictures and details here
Everyone agrees that food is cheap in Georgia. Most of the good restaurants offer delicious meals for affordable prices.
Here is a rough estimation of some popular food stuffs in Tbilisi. 1kg Beef – 16gel($6.5), 1kg Potato -1.40gel($0.60), Bread 1gel ($0.40),
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Student Cards (Students get discounts and sales offers occasionally using this card).
Monthly UtilitiesThe Average cost of utility bills in Georgia for International students during in the warm season is $50 (120Gel). And $100 (240Gel) in Winter.
- Optic Internet 30MB- 36Gel (Same in Winter)
- Water, Light and Sanitation – 44 Gel (Same in Winter
- Gas – 40Gel (130Gel in Winter)