Batumi State Maritime Academy
Batumi State Maritime Academy has long history. It has stared as Maritime Industrial Technical Secondary School in 1929 and was reorganised into Batumi Maritime College in 1992. The status of Academy was received in 1994 and in 2012 Academy has got its current status LEPL-Teaching University-Batumi State Maritime Academy (BSMA).
Academy has 3000 students from Georgia and foreign countries. BSMA is the only state owned Maritime HEI in Georgia. At present two faculties are functioning in BSMA: Maritime Faculty and Business and Management Faculty. Also there is a Vocational Training Centre (VTC) and Seafarers Training and Certification Centre (STCC). All educational programs and short training courses are made according requirements of Georgian legislation, STCW convention and are compiled according to IMO recommended Model courses. BSMA was the first one to implement International Quality Management Standard ISO 9001 in 2001. In 2010 Academy has become member of International Association of the Maritime Universities (IAMU) and Black Sea Maritime Institutions (BSAMI) in 2010.
Business and Management Faculty
Business and Management faculty is functioning in BSMA since 1996 and two levels of educational programs – Bachelor and Masters. The programs are conducted in the following field: Logistics and Maritime Transport, Port Management, Cruise Tourism Management, Transport Economics, Transportation Financing and Insurance, International Business Management, Sea Tourism Management.
Staff of Department :
- Professors – 3;
- Associated Professors – 14;
- Assistant Professors – 1;
- Assistant – 2.
Keywords: transport, transport systems, logistics, management, finances.
Contact Person: Mrs. Teona Dzneladze.
Address: Rustaveli ave. 53, 6004, Batumi, Georgia.
Web address: www.bsma.edu.ge.
Social page: www.facebook.com/Batumi-State-Maritime-Academy.
BSMA Team in SmaLog
|Photo||Name and Surname||Title|
|Teona Dzneladze||Lecturer, International Projects and Educational Internationalization Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Main international publication of the team
|“Role of Georgian Ports at Logistic Hub in Transnational Projects” – T.Dzneladze, M. Baramidze – 2017|
|“Greening Freight Transport and Logistics Sector in Georgia” – World Bank Group Research – 2015|
|“Existing Situation on World Labour Market and Current Probles in Georgia”- R.Mamuladze, M. Gabaidze – 2016|
|“Cruise Tourism Specialties and its Development in Georgia” – R. Mamuladze – 2016|
|“The Role of the Caspian Region in World Energy Security and Diversification of Energy Supply” – R. Mamuladze, R. Nataliia – 2015|
|“ACTUAL PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF QUALIFTED PERSONNEL TRAINING IN TOURIZM AND LOGISTICS” – R. Mamuladze, R. Nataliia – 2015|
|, “INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT PROJECTS AND ECOSYSTEM OF BLACK SEA” – R. Mamuladze, Dr. Gogiashvili – 2015|
|“INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT PROJECTS AND ECOSYSTEM OF BLACK SEA” – R. Mamualadze, M. Baramidze – 2015|
|“Standardization and Its Problems in Georgia” – R. Mamuladze, N. Phutkaradze – 2015|
|“Black Sea cruise potential, problem and prospects” – R. Mamuladze – 2015|
|“Global multimodal logistics centers and the possibilities of its use in Georgia” – R. Mamuladze, M. Gabaidze – 2012|
|“The public transport system in the world economic crisis” – R. Mamuladze – 2012|
|“Perspectives of development of Transportation and Logistics centers in Georgia” – R. Mamualzde, A.Abralava – 2011|
|“East – West energy corridor in the concrete fight for energy supply sources” – R. Mamuladze – 2010|
|“Europe’s energy security and competitiveness of the transit corridor of Georgia” – R. Mamuladze – 2009|
|“To improve reliability and performance of logistic system” – M. Mamuladze – 2008|
|“Logistics – the major factor of business development” – R.Mamuladze – 2008|
|“Public relations as a marketing manager main task” – R. Mamuladze – 2008|