Managment

• To give theoretical knowledge about business and its environment. Students will gain knowledge about the principles of business functioning, the behavior of economic agents, and the regularities of the economic environment.

• Equip with theoretical knowledge and practical skills regarding the management of the organization. Students will learn the principles of performing various functions of the organization and their management; Learn about the management characteristics of organizations of different sizes and organizational designs; Understand the threats in the business environment and analyze their management methods; Study the importance of quality standards, advanced technologies and innovations in the modern business environment and ways to successfully implement them; Acquire the quantitative and qualitative tools needed for research;

• To acquire the ability to communicate in the business world. Students will develop skills such as written and oral communication in Georgian and foreign languages; They will study the organization's communication in the internal and external environment and the use of modern technologies in this process;

• Develop the ability to work in a team and manage it. Realize the peculiarities of the working environment; Learn about the specifics of working in a team, the motives of individual and team behavior; They will explore ways to respond quickly to problems and resolve conflicts while working in a team;

• Develop managerial thinking to manage oneself, the organization, activities in a global environment, relationships, and change. In the final phase of the program, courses are introduced in the learning process, which, on the one hand, expands the knowledge already acquired by the student, and on the other hand, especially strengthens the practical component of the educational program. Students will explore the features and approaches of management in a multicultural environment; Learn about the methods of implementing strategies in different types of markets and analyzing the internal and external environment; Master the methods and features of project management.

• Is familiar with the essence, peculiarities and challenges of modern business;

• Evaluates economic events, processes and connects them with business;

• Chooses forms of communication with the internal and external environment of the organization;

• Uses organizational resource management methods and tools;

• Reveals the motives of individual and team behavior and takes them into account when making decisions;

• Develops the project and substantiates its feasibility by quantitative and / or qualitative research and communication of its results;

• Distinguishes between types of business strategies and discusses their planning, implementation and evaluation;

• Uses modern technologies in the process of performing managerial functions;

• Develops five components of managerial thinking: reflexive thinking, analytical thinking, global thinking, collaborative thinking, action-oriented thinking;

• Carries out planning, organization, leadership and control when working in a team or independently and is aware of the principles of ethics and social responsibility in this process.

A person with a full general education who has the relevant state certificate (certificate) or equivalent document and has the right to study in the program and pass the administrative registration in the school has the right to study in the management program.

The Programs at European School Of Management are delivered using a variety of instruction modes. Courses may be offered in the classroom or lab, entirely online, or in a hybrid mode which combines classroom sessions with online learning activities. Upon registration, each full-time student is provided an School email account which is used to communicate important information about program or course events.

  • Business Basics
  • Principles of
    microeconomics
  • basics of
    marketing
  • Fundamentals
    of Finance
  • Business
    Communication s
  • Financial
    Accounting 1
  • Basics of
    Operations
    Management
  • Organizational
    behavior
  • Innovation
    Management
  • Project
    Management
  • International
    Management
  • Information
    Technology in
    Management
  • Strategic
    Management
  • E-commerce
  • Internet
    Marketing
  • Time
    management
  • For Excel
    Business

Careers

Graduates may find employment as financial advisors or associates, financial service representatives, account managers or investment specialists in a broad range of financial institutions including retail banks, credit unions, financial planning offices, insurance companies, brokerage firms and other businesses dedicated to providing personal financial advice and services.

Learning Outcomes

The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:

  1. Integrate ethical decision-making processes into all aspects of the financial planning profession.
  2. Apply recognized financial planning principles and industry standards to the systematic analysis of financial position and requirements.
  3. Prepare accurate and relevant financial plans manually and electronically.
  4. Integrate economic and personal information necessary for effective financial planning decisions.
  5. Compare, contrast, and select from appropriate financial products and services, investment planning and counseling services for the public according to industry standards, including taxation counseling.
  6. Effectively market financial products through the development of an inventory of prospective clients, following up with individual sales strategies in pursuit of new and renewal business.
  7. Identify potential tax and legal implications within a financial planning situation.
  8. Apply written and verbal client-focused communication styles and strategies and model professional practice in all communication according to industry standards.
  9. Research market opportunities and design a financial plan in support of client needs.
  10. Provide recommendations and options to the public for managing risk involving life and health insurance products.
  11. Design an ongoing professional development and career plan related to the financial industry.
  12. Identify and apply discipline-specific practices that contribute to the local and global community through social responsibility, economic commitment and environmental stewardship.

Tuition and related ancillary fees for this program can be viewed by using the Tuition and Fees Estimator tool at fee section.

Fees are subject to change.

Additional program related expenses include: Books and supplies cost approximately ₾ and can be purchased at the store and online. 

Application Information

Applications are available online at application section  100 ₾ fee applies.

Applications for Fall Term and Winter Term admission received by February 1 will be given equal consideration. Applications received after February 1 will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis as long as places are available.

International Student Application Form at Application Section or by contacting the admission Office.

For further information on the admissions process, contact at admission@esm-tbilisi.ge

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