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Masters Program in Shipping, Finance and Management in Greece

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Founded in 1920, Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) is the third oldest University in Greece and the oldest one in the general fields of Economics and Business. AUEB offers 8 undergraduate degrees, 32 Master degrees and an equivalent number of Doctoral Programs through 8 academic departments and 3 schools.

The Department of Economics of the Athens University of Economics and Business is the oldest in the area of Economics in Greece. It was founded in 1955 when the Athens School of Economics and Business was divided into two Departments: Economics and Business Administration. The Department of Business Administration is the oldest in the field of Business Administration in Greece and enjoys a high reputation both in Greece and abroad for the quality of education it provides.

Athens University of Economics and Business also cooperates with more than 200 foreign universities, both through the mobility program Erasmus + for students, teaching and administrative staff, and through research and other academic programs. There are 5 Master programs taught in and these Programs receive annually approximately 450 international students. AUEB is centrally located in downtown Athens.

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Academic Programs

Masters Program

  • MSc in International Shipping, Finance and Management (ISFM) (English, 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time): The Interdepartmental MSc in International Shipping, Finance and Management (ISFM) comprises a unique combination of the three knowledge areas in its title, which are essential for those employed or are interested to find work in the International Shipping industry. The academic program is taught by world class professors, constantly reviewed to fit the needs of the industry
  • Scholarships: A number of scholarships available to suitable applicants, sponsored by shipping and other companies and organizations, foundations and banks.
  • Admissions Criteria: University Degrees / Diplomas (Recognition by the Hellenic National Academic Recognition Information Centre (DOATAP) is required), two confidential recommendation letters,  English language certification verifying excellent command of the language (as determined by TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS scores, or the Cambridge or Michigan Certificate of Proficiency in English), Personal statement of approximately 500 words in English, proof of employment record, if any forpart time applicants, and CV in English.