Full time

MBA Post Graduate Program has been designed in order to be completed in a period of three (3) academic semesters. Teaching period is separated into 3 academic semesters, with a total of 14 courses. During the third semester, each student has to elaborate his/her Master Thesis. Course tuition commences on the first week of October and concludes at the end of September, with one month (August) summer vacation. The period that the student works on his/her post graduate Thesis is from the end of May until the end of December.

In full-time attendance, there are 5 compulsory courses in the first semester, 5 compulsory courses in the second semester and 4 elective courses on the third semester. Each semester consists of 13 tuition weeks and 2 examination weeks (15 weeks in total). Examinations occur in the end of each semester.

Course lectures for the full-time attendance pattern take place on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.

Part time

Apart from the 3 semester attendance option, students have the ability to complete the Program in 6 academic semesters.

Part-time students attend the Program lectures jointly with full-time students. Course lectures for the part-time attendance pattern take place on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, or only Saturday morning.

Tuition fees

The total of the Programme’s tuition fees is determined annually by the Programme’s Committee. Fees are paid in 3 or 6 equal installments as follows:

  • Full time students (3 equal instalments):

– First installment on submission of the application for registration to the Programme.
– Second installment on start of second semester (January 30th).
– Third installment before the elaboration of the dissertation (May 30th).

  • Part time students (6 equal instalments):

– First instalment on submission of the application for registration to the Programme.
– Second instalment on start of second semester (January 30th).
– Third installment on May 30th.
– Fourth instalment before the start of first semester of the second academic year (Ocober 1st).
– Fifth instalment before the start of second semester of the second academic year (January 30th).
– Sixth instalment before the elaboration of the dissertation (May 30th of the second academic year).

Specifically, the course schedule is defined as follows:

FULL TIME

1st Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 Leadership – Business Ethics 6
2 Business Economics – Entrepreneurship 6
3 Financial Accounting for Managers 6
4 Marketing Management 6
5 Quantitative Methods for Decision Making 6
Total 30

2nd Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 Strategic Management 6
2 Financial Management 6
3 Human Resource Management – Organizational Behavior 6
4 Management Information Systems 6
5 Operations Management 6
Total 30

3rd Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 4 electives chosen from the list below 18
2 Final Dissertation (Master Thesis) 12
Total 30

List of Electives

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 Change Management 4.5
2 Project Management 4.5
3 Innovation Management in a Globalized Environment 4.5
4 Consumer Behavior 4.5
5 Marketing Research 4.5
6 Financial Modeling with the Use of Computers 4.5
7 Management Accounting 4.5
8 Public Sector Management 4.5
9 E-Business – Digital Marketing 4.5

 


PART TIME

1st Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 Leadership – Business Ethics 6
2 Business Economics – Entrepreneurship 6
3 Financial Accounting for Managers 6

2nd Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 Strategic Management 6
2 Financial Management 6
3 Human Resource Management – Organizational Behavior 6

3rd Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 2 Electives chosen from the list above 9
2 Final Dissertation (Master Thesis) 6

4th Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 Marketing Management 6
2 Quantitative Methods for Decision Making 6

5th Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 Management Information Systems 6
2 Operations Management 6

6th Semester

No Course name Credit units (ECTS)
1 2 electives chosen from the list above 9
2 Final Dissertation (Master Thesis) 6