24,000 students who applied to universities have passed the United National Examinations in 2012. Due to the high level of competition within the full range of programs, some students who passed the fixed limits and got high scores could not apply. Accordingly, there are vacancies in different universities throughout Georgia.
For the first time in Georgia, there were no secondary university applicants. Due to a lack of information and experience, some students accidentally chose only partial programs and could not apply to any universities. Considering this, the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia made the decision to enable those students who passed the fixed limit and obtained high scores to make another selection of programs, thus enabling them to apply.
For the attention of interested candidates: renewed online registration will begin on September 11th and last until September 14th. More detailed information will be published on the web pages of the National Examination Center and the Ministry of Education and Science.