Admission rules

Admission rules


Prerequisite for admission to the Master's program in Occupational Safety Management is:



Documents to be submitted:


  • Online application
  • Notarized copy of the diploma and grades transcript or a certificate of the degree awarded issued by a Higher Education Institution
  • A diploma issued by a foreign HEI must be certified with an apostille by the National Center for Education Quality Enhancement
  • Documents (s) drawn up in a foreign language must be translated into Georgian and appropriately notarized
  • Copy of ID card
  • Copy of military conscription (for male candidates)
  • Two color photographs 3X4
  • General Master Exam Exam Card



Document submission: from August 25 to September 8. Room A2


  • Document submission: September, 2024- Room A2;
  • Grant Testing: September, 2024
  • Interview with the admissions committee: September, 2024


Terms of payment


Tuition is paid on a semester basis, according to number of credits of the courses for which the student has registered. 


You can fund your graduate studies with a CU grant, which provides up to 50% of the full cost of the program.


There are two ways to obtain a CU grant:


If you are / will be a graduate of any university undergraduate program and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

If you accumulate 65% or more of the maximum grant score in the Unified Master's Exam 


If you meet any of the two requirements, you will be able to participate in the grant competition to obtain funding.


The annual cost of studying for the Master's Program is:


CU standard fee 

When obtaining a CU grant

 4 950 GEL

2 475 GEL



Caucasus University graduates whose GPA is not 3.5 or higher will receive 10% funding for the full program.