Prerequisites for Caucasus School of Business are:


  • Bachelor's Degree Certificate
  • Successful passing of the national master's exam
  • 2 years’ work experience
  • Successful passing of the relevant entrance exam for Caucasus University School of Business (includes English Comprehension and Writing Components at B2 level and general logical and quantitative reasoning questions; the individual may be exempt from this condition if there is a language proficiency document); See exam sample
  • Successful interview with the Admission Commission of Caucasus School of Business Master’s Program.


Documentation to be submitted:


  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • CV/Resume
  • Motivation letter
  • Notarized copies of a bachelor's degree or equivalent diploma or certificate of degree indicating date and order number
  • Military Service Card (for male applicants)
  • Copy of ID card
  • NAEC card
  • 2 photos + CD
  • Completed Form 1 (About Personal Information)
  • Online registration form




  • Submission of documents: From 3 to 31 August. Room A2
  • CSB Admissions Master’s Test: 5 September, 2020
  • Applicants’ interviews with CSB Admissions Commission: 8-10 September, 2020


Terms of payment:

Tuition fees are paid on a semester basis in accordance with credits.


You can apply for a master's degree with a state grant and additionally a CU grant, which covers 50% of the total cost of the program.


There are two ways to obtain a CU grant:


  1. If you are/will be a graduate of any university bachelor's program and have a bachelor's total weighted average (GPA) of 3.5 and above
  2. If you accumulate more than 90,000 grant points on the Common Masters exam


The annual cost of studying for a master's degree is:


CU standard tax

With a CU grant

CU grant with a government grant

 7 500 GEL

3 750 GEL 

2 625 GEL 


If a graduate of Caucasus University does not have a GPA (3.5 and above), he or she will receive 10% of the full program funding.