The purpose of the Postgraduate Study Program Banking and Finance Is to prepare and empower executives of financial institutions through the acquisition of specialized financial and banking knowledge and skills so that they can respond effectively to the new facts of the modern internationalized market. The Postgraduate Program emphasizes the development of critical thinking and discipline so that students are able to cope with the challenges of modern financial institutions and banks and gain a comprehensive analysis of the key issues related to the curriculum of the Program.

Structure of the Program

Successful monitoring and screening of four (4) Thematic Units And elaboration Master Thesis Leads to a postgraduate degree in Banking and Finance.

The students, under the supervision and guidance of their teachers, are invited to each school. To prepare at least four written assignments and, if they have obtained the required marks, entitle them to take part in the final examinations.

Topics

  • TOIK 50 - Banking Environment
  • TOIK 51 - Banking Management
  • TOIK 60 - Finance
  • TOIK 61 - Accounting
  • Master's thesis

Topics Year Compulsory / Optional Prerequisites Co-Required Hours ECTS
TOIK50 Banking Environment 1 Compulsory 600-720 24
TOIK 51 Finance and Accounting 1 Compulsory TOIK50 600-720 24
TOIK701A Diploma Thesis I 1 Compulsory TOIK50, TOIK51 300-360 12
TOIK701B Diploma Thesis II 2 Compulsory TOIK50, TOIK51 TOIK 701A 300-360 12
TOIK60 Finance 2 Compulsory TOIK50 600-720 24
TOIK61 Accounting 2 Compulsory TOIK50, TOIK51 600-720 24
Total 3000-3600 120

Admission Requirements

In order to enter the postgraduate program of Banking and Finance it is necessary to hold a degree from a recognized university institution.

Note: It is desirable that prospective students have a good knowledge of the English language as part of the optional curriculum of the Program is in English.

Applications

Applications for admission to the academic year 2017-2018 may be submitted by interested parties from 6 July to 5 September 2017 . Applications can only be submitted electronically via the University's website at the following https://applications.ouc.ac.cy/admissions?sap-language=EL
Program taught in:
Greek

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