Masters Program in Accounting and Finance
Cost in US$:
This Program is open to
Typical Living Arrangements
- Independent living
Scholarships are Available
The Postgraduate Program offers monetary awards up to 12.000 Euros to the top three (3) students in each stream (based on grades achieved throughout the program), for both the full-time and the part-time programs. The exact amount of the award is determined annually at a Departmental staff meeting. The awards are given out each year during the graduation ceremony.
In addition participants can obtain scholarships through the Hellenic Aid program, which grants each year 100 scholarships for studies in Greece to nationals of developing countries included in the list of OECD. The deadline for submitting applications to the Greek authorities abroad is usually July 30. Hellenic Aid announces the results to successful applicants around September each year. Postgraduate candidates must have been admitted in a university postgraduate program, prior to their application for the Hellenic Aid scholarship. The scholarship covers a significant proportion of the program fees.
The State Scholarships Foundation (I.K.Y.) also grants scholarships for postgraduate or postdoctoral studies in Greece to all foreigners as well as scholarships for the attendance of the Modern Greek Language and Culture. More information available on IKY website.
In addtion, the MSc program in Accounting and Finance in association with the AUEB Research Centre, offer to the top student of the elective course unit Shipping Finance a full grant for the Executive Seminar Shipping Derivatives and Risk Management which is held twice every year.
Finally, the Masters Program offers to the top student of the course unit Equity Portfolio Management a full grant for the 1st level preparatory classes (40 hours) of the International Certification CIIA (Certified International Investment Analyst) and CEFA (Certified European Financial Analyst) held by the AUEB Research Centre in association with the Hellenic Association of Certified Stockmarket Analysts (HACSA).
Application Process Involves
- In-Person Interview when Feasible
- Letters of Reference
- Written Application
Typically The Application Process Time is
Post Services Include
- Alumni Network
- Job and Internship Network