The program aims to educate professionals, with a broad range of theoretical and practical skills of analyzing HR processes in various contexts and the ability to deliver this knowledge into practical work. After graduating from the program students will have the knowledge and skills to work as HR specialists/managers and HR consultants.
• Students describe the fundamental concepts of Organization, People management the correlation between business/ organizational goals and HR processes and policies.
• Students have sound knowledge in recruitment, learning & development, organizational development and design, organizational and change, strategic HRM, leadership and coaching and specific practical skills in each field.
• Students have HR competencies such as planning, relationship management, business acumen, developing policies and communication in order to deliver expected results within the organization.
• Students are aware of ethical and professional standards and the HR role in organization to ensure non-discriminative and ethical organizational culture and environment.
• Students have consulting skills, can use research (quantitative and qualitative) skills to analyze, discover and solve business problems,
• Students develop the project and prove its feasibility by quantitative and / or qualitative research with communication of its results.
• Students work effectively with other people by understanding their skills, interpersonal and group interactions, cultural differences and own unique background, thus, create synergy effect in working process.
• Students produce clearly written analysis and deliver well organized, reasoned and persuasive oral presentations.
A person with at least a Bachelor's degree or equivalent education who holds a state-certified diploma in the following fields: Business Administration, Public Administration, Psychology and Social Sciences and/or has work experience in the field of Human Resource Management has the right to study for the Master's program. The candidate will be eligible to study in the program based on the results of passing the Unified National Examinations for Master’s Degree and university exams. Additional requirements for admission to the Master's program at SEU are: Internal university examinations in the specialty and English language (B2 level). Confirmation of B2 level is possible with a document certifying the relevant level of English language proficiency.
The first stage of accepting a candidate for the program is the evaluation of the candidate according to the formal requirements, while the second stage includes an interview with the selection commission.
Admission to the Master's program without passing the Unified Master's Exams is allowed:
• For Master's degree candidates who have received a document certifying the academic degree of higher education in a foreign country;
• For persons (except for students participating in a joint higher education program and students participating in an exchange education program) who have lived in a foreign country for the last one year or more, are studying or have studied and received Master's degree credits/qualifications from a higher education institution recognized in a foreign country;
• For Master's degree candidates who have been enrolled in a higher education institution in accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 52 of the Law of Georgia on Higher Education, in particular:
• For foreign nationals and stateless persons who have received full general or equivalent education in a foreign country;
• For Georgian citizens who have received full general or equivalent education in a foreign country and have studied in a foreign country for the last 2 years of full general education;
• For persons (except for students participating in a joint higher education program and students participating in an exchange education program) who have lived in a foreign country for the last one year or more, are studying or have studied and received credits/qualifications in a higher education institution recognized under foreign law.
Admission of students from other higher education institutions/programs to the Master's program through mobility is carried out in accordance with the rules established by the Order N 10/N of the Minister of Education and Science of February 4, 2010.
After obtaining the right to study for a Master's program, in order to be enrolled in the program, a Master's candidate is required to pass a university exam in a specialty and in a foreign (English) language.
The specialty exam questions are approved by the university and are published along with the registration of the entrants to the program.
Enrollment in the program based on a result of a foreign language (English) exam will be available for students with at least B2 level of foreign language (English) proficiency in accordance with the European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Proof of English Language proficiency is possible with a document certifying proficiency in English, such as:
• BEC exam and CELS exam – Vantage
• Cambridge exam – FCE
• Pritman ESOL International
• TOEIC – 541
• TOEFL – 500 (Paper - based)
173 (Computer - based)
61 (Internet - based)
Master of Human Resource Management
PHD in Economics, Professor Davit Chakhvashvili