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Hostel facility for students is also available. These facilities are made available as per the requirement of the students. Accommodation for students is very comfortable and upto the European life stands.



Living in the flats or in the apartments are always interesting then living in the University hostel. Living in the flats always give more responsibility and freedom.

Tbilisi has a wide range of accommodation from modern multi unit houses to historic houses. When you decide to stay in the flat, you can search through local news papers or by the local agencies. Vacant flats are advertised in the newspaper, on notice boards and through rental agencies. Students can find different kinds of flats. You will need to budget very carefully to meet all your expenses, before selecting a flat.

Normally two room flats cost about 150$ per month in the center or near to the University. You can also approach the University International office for the assistance regarding flatting.

Approximately Per Person 50-70$ / Month  - Normal Class
Approximately Per Person 150-170$ / Month  - High Class










In order to live comfortably while you are in Tbilisi. The cost of living is cheaper than any other cities in the European countries. It is difficult to give a precise figure because of differences in the student lifestyle.


You will receive advice from financial advisers at the on how best to handle your money, but initially it is important to note that you should have some cash for immediate costs (e.g. airport costs or transport). You may need further funds in the form of travellers cheques which can be readily cashed. There are foreign exchange offices everywhere in Georgia.


We strongly recommend that while in Georgia you do not carry large amounts of cash on your person or leave cash in your room. We suggest opening a bank account as soon as possible after arrival. We suggest opening a bank account as soon as possible after arrival. There are four banks with branches in the different areas. There are numerous automatic teller machines that dispense cash 24 hours a day.


Any major amounts of money may be sent in the form of a bank transfer, but electronic transfers are, in most cases, the most efficient method of sending funds to Georgia. Payments can also be sent by western union and Money Gram. Overseas cheques are sometimes difficult to clear and are not recommended.




Bus & marshrutka

Tbilisi has three long-distance bus and marshrutka stations: Didube (the main hub for national transport), Ortachala (for Kakheti, Armenia, Turkey and Greece) and the main train station (for western Georgia and further Yerevan services).


Taking a taxi for an intercity trip can be surprisingly inexpensive, especially if shared between three or four people.


Tbilisi’s main train station (566253, 993253; Vagzlis moedani) is the railway hub of Georgia. Trains from Tbilisi are generally slower, less frequent, more comfortable and a bit cheaper than marshrutkas and buses.


The deep, dank Tbilisi metro is the standard fast, efficient Soviet system seen all over the ex-USSR.








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