- Duration of study (years): 2 years
- Title of studies: Postgraduate Diploma in Banking, Accounting and Finance
- Level of Title of Study: Postgraduate (2nd Cycle of Studies)
- Language of instruction: Greek
- Study Mode: Full or Part-time PhD
- Minimum European Credit Units (ECTS): 120
The purpose of the program is to develop the culture and skills they need so that their graduates become leaders in the financial sector. This is achieved by offering a broad theoretical and practical arsenal of banking, accounting and financial knowledge, as well as developing critical thinking and critical thinking skills. Achieving the desired goal will result in a new generation of managers able to analyze corporate challenges and opportunities, while at the same time shaping and implementing innovative and effective business policies and strategies in an ever-changing environment.
The Program Acceptance Criteria are as follows:
- Application form signed
- Analytical Curriculum Vitae,
- A certified copy of the diploma,
- Certificate of studies, with a detailed grade of undergraduate courses, in which the degree of the diploma,
- Certificate of proficiency in the English language,
- Photocopy of the police ID,
- Recent online photo.
Candidate students and students may need to be interviewed. Interviews will be made via Skype or another similar VoIP program.
Participants in this program will be executives who seek to accelerate the evolution of their current job, executives looking to change their job or business and people who wish to acquire the appropriate financial tools to implement their business plans .
Access to Further Studies
Graduates of the program can be admitted to third-cycle studies (PhD)
During the studies, students in each subject have to prepare four written papers, which are evaluated by the teacher. Written assignments are obligatory for all students and must be submitted through the platform on predefined dates listed in the Study & Writing Schedule. The student has the right not to prepare a written assignment. In any case, however, in order to participate in the final exam, the sum of the grades of the three written papers must be 20 or more.
Otherwise, the student / student is entitled to repeat the same subject in the following year, but with the same educational and financial obligations. The average of the GC grades (GH / 4 score) is involved in the final grade for GW of 30% and is only triggered in the case of success in the final / repeat examinations.
Based on the grade, the average grade of a student's semester (GPA) and the overall average (CPA) are calculated.
The student must complete 120 ECTS as well as all program requirements.
This curriculum is designed for executives who aspire to acquire all the required banking, accounting and financial knowledge and skills they need for future professional development and success.
The University offers scholarships and financial support to undergraduate full-time students (30 ECTS / four months) in the form of academic performance scholarships, financial status, sports scholarships as well as work-study programs on the campus.