Today marks the beginning of a new era for many young Georgians. After hottest weeks of examination, marking and appellation process, the National Assessment and Examinations Center published the university admission and grant distribution results.
More than 77 percent of the registered applicants – a total of 32,100 enrolled in the universities of their choice.
About 6 550 examinees received a state grant.
Some 1 390 examinees enrolled in Georgian language training programs and more than 200 of them were funded.
Today, during the press briefing, the Director of the National Assessment and Examinations Center Dr. Sophia Gorgodze congratulated the applicants and wished good luck in their future endeavors. Dr. Gorgodze also reminded the students that it is necessary to contact the higher education institutions in the coming days to sign the contracts and finalize the paperwork.
The top six educational programs this year according to the first choice of entrants were: law, psychology, humanities, business administration and healthcare.
The unified national exams of 2022 started on July 4 with the Georgian language and literature exam. 22 examination centers opened throughout Georgia received about 90,000 applicants, including more than 41,000 entrants. In parallel to the main sessions, additional sessions were held for those who tested positive for Covid-19.