The Part-Time MBA International Program of the Athens University of Economics & Business (AUEB) has a course duration of 22 months, divided into 10 academic periods, followed by the Integrated Impact Project, with duration of 3 months.
The Program offers to the participants of the program the possibility to follow the general track or one of the 5 majors:
- Business Administration (general track)
- Major in Finance
- Major in Marketing & Strategy
- Major in International Business
- Major in Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- Major in Technology, Logistics & Operations
After the successful completion of their courses, students undertake an Integrated Impact Project. The Program is administered by the Program Committee, according to the regulations for graduate studies of the program and of the University. The Committee is assisted by the executive administration of the program, composed of the Program Director, the coordinator of the Integrated Impact Project, the Heads of Academic Affairs, and of the Career Planning and Development Office, and the program secretariat.
The Part-Time MBA International program starts in September of every year. Preparatory courses are offered to start late August, for the 2 weeks prior to the normal program. Students who have to take the preparatory courses are notified upon admission. The duration of the studies of the Part-Time students is 22-25 months. All coursework for the program is normally completed by mid-July of the second year. The program is divided into 10 academic periods, each period consisting of 7 weeks of classes, followed by 1 week of exams.
At the end of their coursework, students undertake their Integrated Impact project, which normally lasts 3-4 months.
All candidates must have a solid academic background demonstrated by a university degree from a formally recognized Greek or foreign University
Variety in the profile of the candidates is encouraged, with special emphasis on recruiting students with an undergraduate degree in social sciences, engineering, and sciences, so as to achieve a good balance with students of management and economics background.
Applicants must possess a strong command of both spoken and written English proven by Proficiency Certificate, TOEFL, or IELTS. Moreover, the short teaching periods and the intense schedule require close attendance and special devotion of all students.
To be considered for a place in the program, candidates must also demonstrate (through the application form, the essays, the recommendation letters and the compulsory interview) that they possess the essential qualities and motivation required from tomorrow's international managers and business leaders.
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Last updated December 22, 2017