International MBA – Διοικητική των Επιχειρήσεων με Διεθνή Προσανατολισμό

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    ΛΗΞΗ ΑΙΤΗΣΕΩΝ: 04/06/2021
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    • The MBA International Program (short form ‘i-MBA’) was established in 1998, originally as an MSc in Decision Sciences, to address MBA-level educational needs in the information economy era. It is an inter-departmental program awarding a Master’s in Business Administration degree, which is globally accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), since 2005. The Departments of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) participating in the i-MBA are the following:

      • Department of Management Science and Technology (Department managing the program)
      • Department of Business Administration
      • Department of Marketing and Communication
      • Department of Accounting and Finance

      Technological, geopolitical and environmental challenges are drastically transforming the business environment and raise new demands on companies and organizations when it comes to innovation, flexible adaptation and pro-active engagement with stakeholders. The i-MBA is designed with all these dynamic developments in mind. The Program’s mission is to foster a new generation of management professionals and business executives who can respond effectively to current and future challenges and lead their organizations with vision, confidence and respect.

      The foundational goals of the i-MBA program are indicated by the acronym DECISION, which stands for the key directives of the program:

      Develop Human Skills. Through a personalized skills development program, that includes exercises, team assignments, leadership role-playing, and personal coaching, we develop your self-awareness, self-management, teamwork, leadership, negotiation and communication skills.
      Emphasize Analytical skills and Decision-Making. Through a number of learning activities, including cases, exercises and simulations, you will develop your ability to grasp context, analyze and structure complex problems, use data, evaluate alternatives and risks, and ground decisions in profound knowledge.
      Create Technological Awareness. Our curriculum includes concentrations in technology-driven areas, including Finance, Marketing and Strategy, International Business, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and Technology/Logistics/Operations, to enable students to concentrate their studies more on a particular area of their choice.
      Instill Entrepreneurial Thinking. Through a combination of activities, including a dedicated core course, a range of electives on specific aspects of innovation and entrepreneurship, a dedicated concentration, but also student-driven initiatives such as organization of an international study trip, student clubs and voluntary actions, students build the skills and cultivate the culture required in an increasingly entrepreneurial business environment.
      Support Practical Training. No classroom education can be complete without practical training. Through the Immersion Project (Full Time) and Integrated Impact Project (Part Time), students address timely problems that companies and organizations face, and deliver professional analysis reports and presentations as their final graduation requirement. In addition, case studies and experiential learning form an integral part of the program.
      Instill Ethics and Social Responsibility principles. We strongly believe that Ethics and Social Responsibility form an integral part of leadership, and, as such, they are an important integrated component of the program.
      Operate Internationally. Through a significant pool of international courses to choose from, exchange and internship opportunities abroad, and an international environment of faculty and students, the foundations are laid for a successful career internationally.
      Network. Our alumni network is extremely active and supportive. And so is our career office. As an i-MBA student you will benefit from this network for life. In more than 20 countries you will enjoy the professional and social benefits from a network of successful alumni who share the same passion for their alma mater.


      Application Deadline

      The MBA International of the Athens University of Economics and Business is a world-class program tailored to provide high quality and timely business education in today’s global, dynamically changing, and technology-driven business environment. The Program is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) since 2005 and is offered exclusively in English. A rich, constantly evolving academic program allows students to customize the curriculum to fit their personal and professional needs and interests, while a number of extracurricular activities help them adopt an international perspective, strengthen their interpersonal, managerial and leadership skills, and cultivate their entrepreneurial capabilities. The program attracts students from more than 20 countries and for many years occupies top positions in international rankings. Committed to stimulate extroversion and innovation, the MBA International’s mission is to educate visionary, confident and respectful leaders through a transformational learning experience of highest international standard that bridges academia, business and society.

      The Program operates in accordance with the Regulation of Postgraduate Programs (Bulletin B’ of the Greek Government Gazette No. 3785/3-9-2018) and Law 4485/2017.

      The MBA International offers a Full Time Program of 3 semesters and a Part Time Program of 5 semesters.

      The Program has a rolling admissions procedure, conducted in two rounds, with the following deadlines:
      1st round, 26th of February 2021
      2nd round, 4th of June 2021

      Places are subject both to an upper and lower limit of participants, based on accreditation criteria and the regulations of postgraduate programs.

      Criteria and selection procedure

      Applications are submitted electronically through: https://e-graduate.applications.aueb.gr/?lang=en_US

      • Register and login to the link above.
      • Find in the list of available Postgraduate Programs, the MBA International.
      • Select the Full Time or Part Time Program.
      • Select and complete the form in English language. Make sure to double check that the English language form is used.
      • Complete all required fields in the application form.

      Notice: you should complete the online application and click “Submit”. You will not have to upload any documents. If any personal data is not applicable please type “-“.

      After submitting the online form and before the application deadline, applicants have to send by post or submit in person to the Secretariat’s office the signed printed form of the electronic application along with the required supporting documents.

      Contact Details  and working hours:

      MBA International, Room 805, 8th floor, 47A Evelpidon and 33 Lefkados Street, 11362, Athens, Greece.
      Tel. +30 210-8203659-662, 680 Fax: +30 210 8828078,
      Email: [email protected], Website: https://imba.aueb.gr/
      The secretariat of the Program operates Monday to Friday: 09:00-17:00.

      Documents that must be submitted:

      1. Completed Application form (printed and signed).
      2. Copies of all University Degrees/Diplomas. For non Greek degrees a recognition by the Hellenic National Academic Recognition Information Centre –DOATAP- is required.
      3. Official Transcripts (certified copy of English translation in case the transcripts are not in English or Greek).
      4. Certificate of English language: Cambridge or Michigan Proficiency/TOEFL/IELTS.
      5. GMAT (obligatory for the Full Time Program).
      6. CV in English.
      7. Proof of full employment record. Admission requires minimum three years working experience.
      8. Two recommendation letters.
      9. Military Discharge Papers (if applicable).

      Submission of an application for this call does not imply any acceptance.

    • Full-time

      Duration

      The Full-Time MBA International program starts in September of every year and is offered in the time zone 9.00 am – 6.00 pm, with electives running until 9.30 pm. Preparatory courses are offered in Business Mathematics and Accounting to students usually 2 weeks prior to the normal program starts. In the case of preparatory courses, students will be notified upon admission. All coursework for the program is normally completed by mid-July of next year. The duration of the studies for Full-Time students is 14 months. The program is divided into 5 academic periods, each period consisting of 7 weeks of classes, followed by 1 week of exams (in terms of semesters, academic periods are conjoined in 3 semesters). At the end of their coursework, students undertake their Immersion Project, which normally lasts 3-4 months, and addresses a real business problem. For the exact dates for the coming year, please see the academic calendar.

      Courses

      The following courses are offered:

      Core Curriculum
      (2 credits per course)

      DS-111 Organizational Behavior and HRM
      DS-120 Managerial Economics
      DS-121 Financial Management
      DS-131 Accounting and Financial Reporting
      DS-141 Marketing Management
      DS-151 Data, Models and Decisions
      DS-161 Information Systems Management
      DS-173 Operations Management
      DS-181 Business Strategy
      DS-301 Entrepreneurship and Business Planning
      DS-701 International Business
      DS-801 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

      Elective courses

      1 — General Management and HRM (4 courses)

      DS-217 Management of Change and Restructuring – 2 credits
      DS-900 Personal Skills Development – 2 credits
      DS-280 TOPAZ Simulation – 1 credit
      DS-256 Project Management – 2 credits

      2 — Finance and Accounting (6 courses)

      DS-232 Managerial Accounting – 2 credits
      DS-420 Corporate Finance – 2 credits
      DS-421 Investment Analysis – 2 credits
      DS-423 Financial Markets and the Economy – 2 credits
      DS-426 Financial Risk Management – 2 credits
      DS-436 Project Finance – 1 credit

      3 — Marketing (5 courses)

      DS-310 Market Research – 2 credits
      DS-314 Consumer Behavior – 2 credits
      DS-315 Business to Business Marketing – 1 credit
      DS-523 Digital Marketing and CRM – 1 credit
      DS-703 International Marketing – 1 credit

      4 — International Business and Management (2 courses)

      DS-218 International Negotiations – 2 credits
      DS-260 Geopolitics and Business – 2 credits

      5 — Technology, Logistics and Operations (4 courses)

      DS-621 Global Supply Chain Management – 2 credits
      DS-526 Online Marketing and Communications – 2 credits
      DS-528 Managing Digital Organizations – 1 credit
      DS-531 Network Analysis for Managers and Analysts – 1 credit

      6 — Strategy and Decision Making (4 courses)

      DS-450 Energy Economics and Management – 2 credits
      DS-446 Mergers and Acquisitions – 1 credit
      DS-445 Global Sustainability Strategies and Reporting – 2 credits
      DS-333 Strategic Restructuring in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Sector – 2 credits

      7 — Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2 courses)

      DS-334 Innovation, Creativity and the Management of Technology – 2 credits
      DS-345 Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Energy – 2 credits

      Part-time

      Duration

      The Part Time MBA International program starts in September of every year and is offered in the time zone 6.00 pm – 9.30 pm, with lectures starting at 6.00 pm and ending either at 9.00 pm or at 9.30 pm. Preparatory courses might be offered in Economics, Statistics, Mathematics and Financial Accounting  to students, with no prior knowledge at degree level, usually 2 weeks prior to the normal program starts. In the case of preparatory courses, students will be notified upon admission. The duration of the studies for the Part Time students is 27 months. All coursework for the program is normally completed by mid-July of the second year. The program is divided in 10 academic periods, each period consisting of 7 weeks of classes, followed by 1 week of exams (in terms of semesters, academic periods are conjoined in 5 semesters). At the end of their coursework, students undertake their Integrated Impact Project, which is compulsory and counts for 2 academic credits. It is executed in teams of 3-4 students and it takes place at the 5th period of the 2nd year of studies. For the exact dates for the coming year, please see the academic calendar.

      Courses

      The following courses are offered:

      Core Curriculum
      (2 credits per course)

      DS-111 Organizational Behavior and HRM
      DS-120 Managerial Economics
      DS-121 Financial Management
      DS-131 Accounting and Financial Reporting
      DS-141 Marketing Management
      DS-151 Data, Models and Decisions
      DS-161 Information Systems Management
      DS-173 Operations Management
      DS-181 Business Strategy
      DS-301 Entrepreneurship and Business Planning
      DS-701 International Business
      DS-801 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

      Elective courses

      1 — General Management and HRM (4 courses)

      DS-217 Management of Change and Restructuring – 2 credits
      DS-900 Personal Skills Development – 2 credits
      DS-280 TOPAZ Simulation – 1 credit
      DS-256 Project Management – 2 credits

      2 — Finance and Accounting (6 courses)

      DS-232 Managerial Accounting – 2 credits
      DS-420 Corporate Finance – 2 credits
      DS-421 Investment Analysis – 2 credits
      DS-423 Financial Markets and the Economy – 2 credits
      DS-426 Financial Risk Management – 2 credits
      DS-436 Project Finance – 1 credit

      3 — Marketing (5 courses)

      DS-310 Market Research – 2 credits
      DS-314 Consumer Behavior – 2 credits
      DS-315 Business to Business Marketing – 1 credit
      DS-523 Digital Marketing and CRM – 1 credit
      DS-703 International Marketing – 1 credit

      4 — International Business and Management (2 courses)

      DS-218 International Negotiations – 2 credits
      DS-260 Geopolitics and Business – 2 credits

      5 — Technology, Logistics and Operations (4 courses)

      DS-621 Global Supply Chain Management – 2 credits
      DS-526 Online Marketing and Communications – 2 credits
      DS-528 Managing Digital Organizations – 1 credit
      DS-531 Network Analysis for Managers and Analysts – 1 credit

      6 — Strategy and Decision Making (4 courses)

      DS-450 Energy Economics and Management – 2 credits
      DS-446 Mergers and Acquisitions – 1 credit
      DS-445 Global Sustainability Strategies and Reporting – 2 credits
      DS-333 Strategic Restructuring in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Sector – 2 credits

       7 — Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2 courses)

      DS-334 Innovation, Creativity and the Management of Technology – 2 credits
      DS-345 Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Energy – 2 credits
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