Human Medicine degrees train future doctors to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases, with the purpose of improving patients’ well-being. Human Medicine degrees from international medical schools provide specialisations in Genetics, Immunology, Neuroscience, Toxicology, Nutrition Sciences, Anatomy, and more. To practice as a doctor after graduating a Medical degree, you will have to go through a residency period.Read more about studying a Human Medicine degree
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With more than 50 stately recognized universities, Georgia welcomes more than 10,000 international students each year. Kartvelian language is used in most of the Georgian Universities or high institutions as a primary language of instruction, but number of programmes taught in English are increasing. Several degree studies are taught in Russian. International students are interested in subject areas such as business administration, travel and tourism, marketing and PR, and social science.Read more about studying abroad in Georgia
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