Graduate Program

The aims of the program are:
  • To develop a skilled workforce in the field of air transport management who will have an in-depth and systematic knowledge of innovative methods of managing, designing, and developing strategies for aviation enterprises.
  • The program also aims to develop a competitive air traffic management specialist with practical skills.
  • To provide training in analytical, critical thinking, creativity, and research skills in the context of airline strategic planning.
A person holding Bachelor’s or any equaling academic degree has the right to study at the graduate program, who shall be accepted based on results of the relevant exams that consider passing specialization exams of the university along with Unified Master’s Examinations. The holding of a B2 level English certificate is also required.
Candidates who hold ALTE B2 level English certificate and/or have completely or partially passed undergraduate or graduate courses in the English language shall be free from English language testing.
In case of the absence of the certificate, the university ensures the organization of the exam. Receiving a student’s status without passing Unified Master’s Examinations is possible based on rules set by the Ministry of Education, Sciences, Culture, and Sport of Georgia. Receiving the right for education at an educational program is also possible through mobility or inner mobility considering the current legislation of Georgia and the inner regulatory rules of the University.
Faculty General Compulsory Subjects
Academic writing
High school pedagogy
International air law
Specialty Compulsory Components 
Research methods in business
Financial accounting
Practical economics in aviation
Flight finances
Global business
Managerial accounting
Performance management  (ACCA F5)
Airline business and global airlines
Airlines marketing and management
Airport Marketing and Management
Aircraft technical management
Professional practice
Master’s thesis
Specialty Selective Components 
Corporate aviation management
Commercial aviation security
Financial analysis in aviation