Georgian Aviation University announces admission to vocational education programs

Georgian Aviation University announces admission to vocational education programs!

•”Flight exploitation of aircraft” (CPL-A) (Commercial Aircraft Pilot);
• Flight exploitation of aircraft” (CPL-H) (Commercial Helicopter Pilot);
•”Aircraft Maintenance” (B1.1)
Graduates of the program will gain knowledge and practical skills of EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) standards, which will make them competitive in the international arena.
•”Aircraft Maintenance” (B2)
Graduates of the program will gain knowledge and practical skills of EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) standards, which will make them competitive in the international arena.

To enroll in the program you need:
• Certificate of complete general education (12th grade) (original);
• B2 level English language certificate. In case of certificate absence, the university will conduct an English language test on the spot.
• Medical reference (for engineers – “Form №IV-100 / a”; for pilots – “First Class Aviation Medical Certificate”);
• Copy of ID card;
• Statement on behalf of the University (application form is issued on the spot).
In addition, minors need:
• Copy of birth certificate;
• Copies of parent’s ID cards.

During the educational course, students are exempted from compulsory military service.
Those wishing to enter the Georgian Aviation University have the opportunity to take advantage of Terabank’s offer, which will make it easier for students to pay tuition fees. Students with active status, as well as students whose status has been suspended due to non-payment of tuition fees, will be eligible for long-term student loans. The loan terms are quite acceptable as it provides for a low interest rate.

Applications will be accepted from January 18 to February 25, 2021, every day except weekends from 10:00 to 17:00. The study will start on March 1!
Address: Ketevan Dedofali Avenue №16, I Educational Building, Room 405.
Contact Phone: 274-61-55, 598-64-44-07, 595–77–83–35;\

Note: While visiting the university, wearing mask is needed.