University entrants living in the occupied territories of Georgia who have studied for the last two years and received a relevant document recognized by the Georgian Ministry of Education will be enrolled at the universities without passing Unified National Exams, according to the decision of the Georgian government.
Moreover, the Georgian government offers fully-funded tuition fees as well.
According to the Ministry of Education, entrants living in the occupied territories of Georgia who are unable to register for the Unified National Exams or are not eligible to enter the universities, will have the opportunity to enroll at a state-accredited higher education program.
The Unified National Exams has started today, at 08:00 am.
Entrants have to pass the exam in Georgian language and literature. 24 examination centres have opened throughout Georgia.