Program Outline

The Master of Business & Bank Administration (MBA) program is a direction offered by the broader Interdepartmental Program of Postgraduate Studies in Economic Units Administration, provided by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

The Master of Business & Bank Administration (MBA) program is a direction offered by the broader Interdepartmental Program of Postgraduate Studies in Economic Units Administration, provided by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

The minimum length of time of study is 2 academic years (i.e. four semesters) for the full time program and the maximum length of time of study is up to 4 academic years (i.e. eight semesters) for the part time program.

The minimum length of time of study is 2 academic years (i.e. four semesters) for the full time program and the maximum length of time of study is up to 4 academic years (i.e. eight semesters) for the part time program.

The award of the MBA requires the successful completion of four modules and the submission of a Dissertation. The duration of each module is ten (10) months, that is, two (2) semesters. Each module contains four courses, two of which are taught in the fall semester and the other two in the spring semester. Thus, students are awarded a Master’s degree upon the successful completion of sixteen courses and a Dissertation.

The award of the MBA requires the successful completion of four modules and the submission of a Dissertation. The duration of each module is ten (10) months, that is, two (2) semesters. Each module contains four courses, two of which are taught in the fall semester and the other two in the spring semester. Thus, students are awarded a Master’s degree upon the successful completion of sixteen courses and a Dissertation.

The program awards a Master’s Degree (MBA) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Students are awarded the MBA degree upon the successful completion of 4 modules and a Dissertation.

The program awards a Master’s Degree (MBA) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Students are awarded the MBA degree upon the successful completion of 4 modules and a Dissertation.

The program implements the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). ECTS credits represent the workload required to achieve the student’s learning outcomes of his/her curriculum. According to the ECTS, 60 credits are allocated to the workload of a full time academic year, either undergraduate or postgraduate. The student’s workload varies from 1,500 to 1,800 hours for an academic year, where one ECTS credit represents approximately 25 to 30 working hours. Each student of the MBA may select the modules that he/she wants to attend, provided that the sum of credits (ECTS) per year may not exceed 60 ECTS. All the modules of the program award 20 ECTS, but the Dissertation awards 40 ECTS. Upon successful completion of the MBA, graduates receive 120 credits (ECTS).

The program implements the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). ECTS credits represent the workload required to achieve the student’s learning outcomes of his/her curriculum. According to the ECTS, 60 credits are allocated to the workload of a full time academic year, either undergraduate or postgraduate. The student’s workload varies from 1,500 to 1,800 hours for an academic year, where one ECTS credit represents approximately 25 to 30 working hours. Each student of the MBA may select the modules that he/she wants to attend, provided that the sum of credits (ECTS) per year may not exceed 60 ECTS. All the modules of the program award 20 ECTS, but the Dissertation awards 40 ECTS. Upon successful completion of the MBA, graduates receive 120 credits (ECTS).

The teaching language of the program is English and Greek.

The teaching language of the program is English and Greek.

The employed educational methodology is that of Blended Learning, which combines face-to-face instruction with computer mediated instruction. Thus the program combines conventional face-to-face study in classroom, with distance education.

The employed educational methodology is that of Blended Learning, which combines face-to-face instruction with computer mediated instruction. Thus the program combines conventional face-to-face study in classroom, with distance education.

For each course, contact sessions are organized. These are called Group Working Meetings (GWM) are four-hour tutorials, held in Athens, and carried out on non-working days and hours (i.e. weekends). Each course has a written assignment and a final examination at the end of each semester. A student’s final grade of each course is a weighted sum of these two components.

For each course, contact sessions are organized. These are called Group Working Meetings (GWM) are four-hour tutorials, held in Athens, and carried out on non-working days and hours (i.e. weekends). Each course has a written assignment and a final examination at the end of each semester. A student’s final grade of each course is a weighted sum of these two components.