Alte University

Business Administration Program (MBA)

  • Program overview
  • Program Structure
  • Admission
  • Contact Information

The Master of Business Administration program is part of the Alte University School of Business. The goal of the mentioned school is to prepare bachelors and masters with development-oriented and entrepreneurial thinking skills, who will be globally competitive in both the local and international employment markets.

The Master of Business Administration will have in-depth knowledge and transferable skills in marketing, management, finance, and entrepreneurship in order to be able to create and manage a successful business, as well as contribute significantly to the development of existing companies.

The key aspect of the program

The program offers:

  • Opportunity to acquire a new profession;
  • A unique opportunity to expand the network of contacts;
  • Curriculum that is based on modern approaches and adapted to individual interests;
  • Promotion of employment or career advancement through the network of contacts of the founders of the university, the advisory board (Advisory Board), and more than 200 partner organizations;
  • Starting your own business with the support of professionals and using the services of the Start-up Garage;
  • Participation in exchange programs;

The components of the master's program are aimed at achieving the goals set in the program and developing the master's competencies as a result of the study. The logical sequence and evolution of the formation of achievable competencies determine the content of the master program, its structure, and curriculum.

Qualification Awarded: Master of Business Administration

The master's program includes 120 credits covering the required and elective components.

Compulsory components amount to 95 credits;

  • Courses in mandatory training—60 credits
  • Master's Thesis-25 credits

The elective component includes 35 credits;  

The student chooses 7 subjects from the elective subjects. The recommended workload is 6 subjects per semester, except for the 4th semester, during which the student is mainly focused on working on a master's thesis.

See the curriculum of the master's program in business administration at the link.

Admission Requirements for Business Master's Program

  • Have a bachelor's degree or equivalent Academic degree
  • Passing the Common Master's Degree
  • Proficiency in English (B2 level) as evidenced by English language test results / Certificate of Appropriate Level
  • At least two years of managerial experience is required.

Number of students to enroll: 60

Annual fee: 2900 GEL

Name, Surname: Nana Chanturia

Position: Deputy Dean of the School of Business


Academic Staff

Learning course: Investment Management

Vasil Revishvili

Managing Partner of Thales Investments, Professor
Learning course: Managerial Economics

Lika Goderdzishvili

ACT Senior Consultant, leading economist, Invited Lecturer
Learning course: Organizational Behavior

Natia Meparishvili

Marketing and Communications Expert, EU Georgia Expert, Associate Professor
Learning course: Leadership Mastery

Nana Mikashavidze

Founder/director of the company Wizard, Professor
Learning course: Project Management

Maia Guntsadze

International Development Programs Advisor, Professor
Learning course: Corporate Finance, Personal Investment Management

Zurab Pichkhaia

Founder of, Invited Lecturer
Learning course: Corporate Governance, Ethics and Behavioral Psychology

Mariam Meghvinetukhutsesi

Member of the BOG Supervisory Board, Invited Lecturer
Learning course: strategic management

Vano Baliashvili

Business consultant, Invited lecturer
Learning course: Provider Payment Systems and Policy

Sofio Aspanidze

Director of the Caucasus Medical Center, Invited lecturer
Learning course: Design Thinking and Creativity

Dan Cogan

Entrepreneur, Invited lecturer
Learning course: Marketing, Integrated Marketing Communications

Giorgi Barkalaia