Alte University


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Psychology is a profession customized to people, with the ability to hear, understand, and help them in different situations. Psychology teaches what defines a person's personality and what determines people's behavior.

The demand for the profession of psychology is quite high, and psychological services are relevant in all areas of employment. Knowledge of human behavior is one of the most important factors for a successful career.

Alte University's undergraduate program in Psychology and psychological Education will enable graduates to become effective psychologists, psychotherapists, managers, supervisors, etc.
Upon completion of the program, the graduate has the opportunity to continue their studies in various fields to deepen their knowledge in the field of psychology or another field. In addition, based on their knowledge of psychology, they can develop their own educational and/or professional activities.

the purpose of the program

The aim of Alte University's undergraduate psychology program is to provide students with theoretical knowledge in a variety of fields of psychology. The program helps students to develop the necessary skills for effective application of the knowledge gained in the field of psychology in practical activities and specialties. Prepare a bachelor of psychology whose qualifications will ensure its competitiveness in the employment market and provide it with a solid foundation for the successful mastering of upper-level academic programs.

Learning methods

The program is implemented using learning methods such as mental assault, discussion/debate, presentation/demonstration method, audio-linguistic method, induction and deduction methods, action-oriented teaching, group, and independent work, written work, role/situation games, problem-based learning, practical work, the Socratic method, and etc.

Key aspects of the program 

The program offers:

  • A variety of subjects, including developmental psychology, social psychology, research methods in psychology, cognitive psychology, mood psychology, basics of neuropsychology, basics of psychotherapy and psychodiagnostic, psychology of organization and management, leadership psychology, Criminal Behavior, and Investigative Interviewing, Personality Psychology, Mass Psychology, Military Psychology, Recruitment, Conflict Management Psychology, Gender Psychology, Legal Psychology, Success Psychology, Political Psychology and etc;
  • Involvement in scientific research and preparation of a research bachelor's thesis;
  • Workshops, thematic seminars, meetings with invited guests, etc;
  • Internships in educational institutions, as well as in partner companies or leading organizations;

Learning outcomes

Upon successful completion of the undergraduate program in psychology, the graduate will be able to:

  • Discuss the fields of psychology, the main disciplines, and   their separate components; 
  • Effective use of knowledge gained in the field of psychology for practical activities;
  • Critical understanding of the theoretical approaches, key concepts, field problems, constructs, and contexts used in psychology; 
  • Explain the social significance of the psychologist's profession, as well as the goals and primary functions of its activity;
  • Use logical, creative, and analytical thinking, other cognitive as well as practical skills in the field of psychology to solving complex issues of psychology and unexpected problems;
  • Use existing research methods in the science of psychology and create a research paper according to predefined guidelines; 
  • Conclude ethical responsibility for the social environment, in psychological counseling and recommendation, and in the implementation of research activities; 
  •  Investigate a specific case, observe the behavior, classify and analyze it, develop a professional vision around the problem; 
  • Consider the specifics of the research issues: preparing scientific literature in the field of psychology, researching for relevant data, explaining and analyzing it; 
  • To formulate opinions about the problems and solutions in the field of psychology consistently and argumentatively with specialists and non-specialists, orally and in writing, using the opportunities of modern information and communication technologies creatively; 
  • Establish communication in English by using professional terminology;

Qualification to be awarded: Bachelor of Psychology
Language of instruction: Georgian
Credit / Duration: 240 credits / 4 years

Program structure:

Compulsory courses: 120 credits
Compulsory elective courses: 50 credits
Free Courses: 50 credits
Undergraduate Thesis: 10 credits
Internship: 10 credits

Admission is based on passing the Unified National Examinations and also in accordance with other rules established by the legislation of Georgia; Also, a student may be enrolled in the program without passing the Unified National Examinations, in accordance with the legislation of Georgia.

Subjects to be submitted: Compulsory subjects: Georgian language and literature; Elective subjects: Any foreign language, math, or history
Number of seats: 150
Annual fee: 2250 GEL

A graduate of the Bachelor of Psychology program has a diverse range of employment options, particularly a graduate of psychology program may be employed:

  • In the public and private sectors, local and international, governmental and non-governmental organizations, health, education, human resource management, marketing, business, policy, organizational management, and other areas, engage in research, consulting, and analytical activities, as well as to conduct psychotherapeutic and private psychological assessments.

Contact number: 032 240 29 46/48 

Please follow the link below and: fill out a registration form to be interviewed by a university representative.

Will students be able to participate in exchange programs?

Students of the Alte University Bachelor of Psychology program can participate in exchange programs announced by partner universities in Europe, Asia, and the Caucasus.

  • We actively cooperate with the Erasmus + program; 
  • We have the Confucius Institute, which gives each student the opportunity to study Chinese for free and receive 100% funding for studying in China;

What funding opportunities do Alte University students have?


  • Grant issued by the University;
  • Scholarship;
  • 50% internal funding;

In what cases does the student receive a scholarship?

 In order for a student to be eligible to receive a scholarship, they must have high academic standing and be actively involved in student conferences, research, projects, and cultural and sporting events on behalf of the university.

What is the difference between a university grant, a scholarship, and 50% internal funding? 

  • Grant- A grant awarded by a university is different from a grant awarded by the state as a result of the Unified National Examinations and is an additional opportunity for each student. The grant is awarded by the University Foundation with the aim of increasing access to quality education and promoting research in the educational sphere. each student who will have a GPA of 3.5 or higher at the end of the semester will be fully funded for each subsequent semester.
  • Scholarship - Details can be found at the link.
  •  50% Internal Funding: Entrants will receive an internal grant based on their cover letter and interview.

Academic Staff

Learning course: Project Management

Lela machaidze

Project Management Professional, Business Coach, invaited lecturer
Learning course: Conflict Management Psychology

Anna Kardanakhishvili

Evex Hospitals Trainer, associate Professor
Learning course: Recruitment

Tamar Shubladze

Head of the Human Resources Management Service of the 1TV, invited lecturer
Learning course: Psychology of Organization and Management

Alexandre Chelidze

J-S-C Business Consultant, assistant professor
Learning course: Fundamentals of Philosophy

giorgi khuroshvili

Doctor of Philosophy, invaited lecturer
Learning course: Developmental Psychology, Education psychology

lika merabishvili

Head of Psychology Program, Director of Education and Development Space, Doctor of Psychology
Learning course: Fundamentals of Psychology I, II, Psychology of Law

nino Kitoshvili

Assistant professor
Learning course: Basics of psycho-diagnostics, Introduction to Clinical Psychology

maia minashvili

Invited lecturer