Applicants interested in Master’s program in Psychology should meet the following requirements:
Interested individuals should submit the following documents:
From August 29, till September 4, please send the filled-in application form (see link) or bring it to N 101 Gorgasali Str. (Ortachala)
On 6th of September, you will be contacted by the coordinator to be informed on the exact time of the interview (please, keep your mobiles functional and check regularly your e-mail).
Interviews with the Selection Committee will be held on 7th of September in the Ortachala Campus (N101 Gorgasali st.)
Please, make sure to present the required documents before or during the interview: copies of ID and Diploma, and the certificate, confirming success in Unified National Exam (for MA programmes).
The academic year starts on the 10th of September
For detailed information:
Coordinator of the program
Cell: 595 959 096
Name of the Educational Program: Master’s Program in Psychology
Qualification to be awarded: Master in Psychology
Amount of Program in Credits: 120 ECTS
The language of Instruction: Georgian
Level of Higher Education: Master’s Degree
Type of the Educational Program: Academic
Purpose of the Program;
The Master Education Program in Applied Psychology is oriented for students to acquire:
The Master Education Program in Applied Psychology is oriented for students to develop:
Field of Employment:
Graduates of Master Education Program in Applied Psychology will be able to use the knowledge in private as well as in state or international organizations where is a demand on competences in political or management/organizational psychology, these are the competencies, which the program develops. The program provides in-depth theoretical knowledge as well as practical skills that allow graduates to start successful careers in the sphere of political or management/organizational psychology, conduct research or practice within the sphere of applied psychology.
Marina Kvitsaridze, programme coordinator
Cell: 595 959 096
Tuition fee for MA Program in Applied Psychology is 3500 GEL per year.
Each year two students with the best academic achievement are awarded the full scholarship.
In case of owning state grant (100%), a student pays 7000-4500=2500 GEL
Project for Socially Vulnerable Groups
GIPA together with Ministry of Education in Georgia has launched the joint social project. The main goal of this initiative is to increase education capacity for people with different social status, to encourage them and to support the integration process in civil society.
For these purposes, students, selected from the following social groups will be paid tuition fee. This regulation refers to those individuals who participated in Unified Post-Graduate Examinations and has the following status:
A) Socially vulnerable;
Socially vulnerable persons should submit a certificate issued by LEPL "Social Service Agency" under the state control of the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia on registration of "Socially Unprotected Families Database", which should be issued no later than 2 months before university approval.
B) A representative of national minorities;
Representatives of national minorities should present the document confirming registration of the last 5 years in the compact settlement municipalities of national minorities in Georgia, together with a Georgian citizen's certificate.
C) Persons with disabilities;
Persons with disabilities should present the formula 50 / II (copy) of the Medical Social Examination Inspection Act;
D) Internally displaced persons;
Internally Displaced Persons must submit ID cards - IDPs;
E) Georgian nationals of foreign origin (Lazes, deported Meskhs, Fereydan Georgians and others) or foreign citizens who consider themselves Georgian by ethnic origin and have Georgian surname or Georgian linguistic identity;
Foreign citizens of Georgia who consider themselves Georgian by ethnic origin and have Georgian linguistic identity or Georgian linguistic identity should present a neutral identity document or a neutral travel document and resident abroad, foreign citizens, residents of foreign countries (Lazes, deported Meskhs, Fereydan Georgians and others) Document confirming the status of the compatriot;
F) Living in the occupied territories;
Persons residing in the occupied territories must present a certificate of Georgian citizenship, a neutral identity card or a neutral travel document;
G) Living in high mountainous regions;
Persons residing in high mountainous regions should submit a document confirming permanent residence in any high mountain settlement set by the Government of Georgia Decree N671 of December 30, 2015;
D) Members of large families;
Members of large families should submit a certificate or any kind of other documents which will prove the fact that there are five or more sisters, brothers or siblings.
E) Member of the family/family of the deceased for the protection of territorial integrity.
Children/family members who died for protecting the territorial integrity – certificate issued by the State Service of Veterans Affairs, which confirms the family connection with the person died for the territorial integrity.
SS „ TBC Bank“
Bank code: TBCB GE 22
Recipient – NNLE Georgian Institute of Public Affairs
Bank Account - GE84TB1100000110700419 / GEL
While payment please indicate ID number and program title
For detailed information please contact:
Coordinator of the program
Cell: +995 595 95 90 96
Tel: 2 49 75 45; 2 45 75 45
Through its academic courses, MA Programme in Applied Psychology provides students with both - theoretical knowledge as well practical skills. At lectures and seminars, together with theoretical materials, lecturers, who in their majority are leading specialists of the field, present and discuss practical issues and cases, most of which rely on their own practical work and/or research. Also, specially invited practitioners to share with students their experience. Particular focus is put on students’ active participation in the academic process – via presentations, discussions, debates, role-plays which, at the same time, contribute to the development of communication and team-work skills. Written assignments, given through the whole course in different forms of quizzes, open questions, reviews, projects, strengthen students’ knowledge base and academic writing skills. In culminating experiences, such as a thesis, students demonstrate synthesis of gained theoretical knowledge, research, and other practical skills. The programme curriculum and entire academic process prepare future master’s degree holders to effective work within the specialized domain.
Download the curriculum of Applied Psychology here