A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is by definition a general management degree designed to educate students in areas such as finances, human resources, marketing, strategy and operations management. What sets MBAs apart from regular Master programmes is the characteristic of peer-to-peer education involving successful business people and the networking among the students from diverse backgrounds.
The MBA aims at a well-rounded business graduate, and not an expert in just one single aspect. In contrast to classical Master of Science or Master of Arts programmes that are usually consecutive to an according Bachelor's programme, the MBA attracts people from a wide range of academic disciplines.
Besides, a MBA programme usually requires several years of work experience and can thus not directly started after graduating from a Bachelor's or other Master's programme.
Greek people are some of the most hospitable in the world; so even if you might encounter a cultural shock, the friendly environment will soon make you feel right at home. Greek universities have a long history in academics and more and more international students have been enrolling in the past few years. University classes are not typically formal, so you can expect open debates between students and professors. Courses usually combine theoretical knowledge with research work, laboratories and internships.Read more about studying in Greece
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