We offer an extensive number of seminars in accordance with the latest global developments in Finance and Management. Our respective tutors from the Greek and European Market will provide you with the latest theories and tendancies concerning a wide range of modules.
Strathclyde Business School has been ranked in the latest Financial Times ranking of European Business Schools (2012). The top 80 graduate business schools in Europe were ranked, based on FT rankings from 2012 – the full time MBA, the Executive MBA, Executive Education and Masters in Management rankings. Strathclyde was placed 33rd in Europe, 10th in the UK and 1st in Scotland. The ranking, published on Monday, December 3rd in the Financial Times, saw 20 UK schools make the ranking of 80. To read the full ranking, click here
IMS is an Agent of the University of Strathclyde, UK and exclusively promotes the prestigious Executive MBA in Greece. We are also responsible for recruiting the suitable candidates who will join this part - time distance learning Programme by providing all the neccesary information and handling applications for the University.
This executive programme from one of Europe's leading business schools is aimed at the busy professional who wishes to gain a world class MBA while continuing to work and pursue a successful career in Greece. Students on the MBA acquire expertise in specific business functions, develop a deeper understanding of business strategy and learn how to approach complex business issues from a systematic, theoretical perspective. The MBA is excellent preparation for those who aim for a senior management position. The MBA programme has been designed for those who are very busy and prefer to organise their study time to suit their own schedule. The majority of work is based on specially written Strathclyde Open Learning materials. Students are supplied with all necessary books.
Strathclyde academics visit Athens to run intensive weekend seminars. There is no need to visit the UK although students are invited to complete their elective classes in the University’s Summer School and also to attend the Graduation Ceremony to receive their degree.
Entry requirements are a good first degree, proficiency in English and several years' work experience (a minimum of 3 years is mandatory). Candidates who do not hold the normal requirements but are clearly of MBA potential may be offered entry to the MBA via the Diploma route.
Visit the Strathclyde Business School website for detailed information about the programme such as the syllabus and reputation of the Strathclyde MBA.
Contact International Management Studies to request a brochure or to arrange an appointment at which you can discuss whether the MBA is suitable for you and whether it meets your career needs.