Georgia is a one-of-a-kind study abroad option, ideal for those who want to avoid the throngs of students who go to the more popular foreign study destinations. Georgia's educational system is improving all the time, and more international students are enrolling in universities every year. Candidates can study business administration, travel and tourism, marketing and public relations, computer science, or social science, among other subjects.

In Georgia, the state recognizes over 60 higher educational institutions, with private authorized colleges outnumbering public universities. Universities and teaching universities, which offer bachelor's, master's, and PhD programs, are separated from colleges, which offer just bachelor's and higher professional educational programs.