Applying to the MBA International program of AUEB
The application period for both the Full time and the Part time programs runs through the year and is divided in two rounds (click here for the deadlines
). Please note that all application materials should arrive to the admissions office by 17.00 of the corresponding deadline.
Depending on the time of submitting an application, the applicant will know the outcome of the evaluation process normally within a month after submission.
Yes, applications are reviewed as they are submitted. Since there is a “rolling admissions” policy in place, try to submit your application as early as possible. This way, you will hear from us earlier concerning the outcome of your application. Also, if you are interested in receiving financial aid, you are strongly encouraged to apply early.
Yes, we organize a number of events in Greece and abroad. Please look at the events’ section at the homepage of our website to find out where and when. You can also arrange a meeting with us by calling +30 210 8203 659
, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may apply On-line
or alternatively you may contact us to obtain the application form by e-mail.
Because the nature of the applicant pool can change from year to year, we do not grant admission deferrals.
If you submitted your application during the last year, you may renew your application by sending us a letter asking for your application to be reconsidered, together with the application fee, and any additional material you want to submit. Renewal applications must be received by regular application deadlines. If you applied more than two years ago, you must submit a new and complete application.
To be considered for admission in the Part time program, candidates must hold a degree from a formally accredited Greek or international University (AEI), or Technological Institute (TEI), and must submit a fully completed application for admission. Additional requirements include minimum work experience (at least 5 years), and excellent knowledge of English. The average age in the Part time class is approximately 32 years old.
To be considered for a place in the program, candidates must be able to demonstrate that they possess the essential qualities required from tomorrow’s business managers and leaders: Intellectual capacity, managerial potential, personal motivation and maturity, and interpersonal skills. To assess these qualities we carefully consider biographical and academic background information, employment history and distinctions, GMAT score if available, English language proficiency (demonstrated through the Proficiency certificate and/or the TOEFL/IELTS scores, and the interview), extracurricular achievements, service to the community, letters of recommendation, awards and honors received, and University and community involvement, especially where candidates have served in leadership capacities. The Admissions Committee seeks to create a community of students who bring unique contributions from their diverse backgrounds and experiences and who will collectively enrich the educational experience.
Work experience is a requirement for admission to the program. For the Part Time program, candidates should have at least five years of work experience.
GMAT is not mandatory for the Part time Program.
All qualified applicants will go through at least two interviews. Interviews are conducted by AUEB faculty members, and, complementarily, by alumni of the program. International candidates, due to distance, may go through telephone interviews, or with interviews only with alumni from their country. Interviews are held after the submission of the application, and once it has been confirmed that the candidate fulfills the minimum admission requirements that have been set by the Admissions Committee.
The admissions decision schedule and deadlines are the same for all applicants. However, in case an applicant has to go through a visa process, we encourage him/her to apply early.
To be considered for admission, candidates must hold a degree from an accredited College or University. Once accepted, international participants should submit before graduation day the “equivalence” of their undergraduate degree from the DOATAP office.
If you don’t speak Greek, and you are interested in learning the Greek language, yes, this is your opportunity. A professor of Greek as a Foreign Language will teach you Greek and will also take you to the ancient monuments of Athens, and other places in the country, so that you become acquainted with the ancient civilization, history and culture of Greece. This way, it is certain that you will not only enjoy your stay, but also learn an important EU language. By December, we count you will be able to communicate in Greek. Students love this initiative.
In addition to the Greek language, students can take foreign language courses in a number of other languages, including Chinese, French, German, or Italian. You will find out more about these programs upon arrival on campus.
Costs and Financial Aid
The tuition fees for attending the Part time program amount to 12,000 euros. If you are an international non EU Student you will be asked to pay additionally 1,500 Euros as an administrative cost. Annual fees are decided by the University Senate, and are subject to change before September of every year.
The cost of living in Athens amounts to approximately 400 -700 Euros. This is estimated as follows:
- Rent: 250-300 euros
- Utilities: 20-50 euros
- Food: 80-150 euros
- Transport: 20 euros
- Books: 50 euros
- Other expenses: 50-130 euros
Please note that all participants of the program have a student card, through which they can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at the student cafeteria during the week at a cost of about 2 euros per meal. Program participants also get a transport card, with significant reductions in bus, fairs, etc. Finally, all students have health insurance.
Waiving of courses
Credit for core courses already taken in another graduate level can be given, after recommendation of the faculty teaching the course and approval by the program committee. In order for credit to be given, the student has to demonstrate that the previous course has had more than 85% overlap with the course offered, and the homework exercises and cases are similar. A maximum of 2 credits (one core course) can be given to an individual student.