A 12-months full-time program, designed to meet the needs of graduates, with lectures taking place mainly during the morning or in the afternoon:
- Preparatory Course Units – 3 weeks (3 x 4 hours = 12 hours per course unit) – September
Introduction to Finance
Elements of Mathematics and Economics for Business
Statistics for Business
Ship Technology and Terminology
- 1st Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours per course unit) - October – November
Financial and Management Accounting
Maritime Economics and Business
- 2nd Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours per 5 ECTS) - December – February
International Maritime Commodity Trade
Quantitative Methods for Shipping Data
- 3rd Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours per course unit) - March – April
Management of Maritime Companies
Shipping Finance and Investment Decisions
Selection of one (1) of the following course units:
- Data, Models and Business Decisions in Shipping
- Port Economics and Policies
- Portfolio Analysis and Management
- Accounting for Shipping Business
per course unit
- 4th Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours per course unit) - May – June
Selection of course units equivalent to a total of 15 ECTS:
- Logistics Management and Liner Shipping
- Maritime Insurance
- Maritime Law
- Shipping Business Risk Management
- Financial Analysis and Company Valuation
- Risk Management
- International Taxation of Capital and Investment Decisions
- Wealth Management
- Human Resource Management (Managing People in Shipping)
- Operations Management
- Strategic Business Decisions in Shipping
per course unit
Dissertation takes place between June/July and October – 15 ECTS
Terms of Study
Class attendance in course units is compulsory. Students who are absent for more than 1/3 of the contact hours in a course unit will fail it and must attend it the next time it is offered.
Course units are assessed through written and/or oral examinations and/or assignments. For a course unit to be examined through an oral examination and/or assignment only it requires approval by the Special Interdepartmental Committee.
The final mark of each course unit is determined by its instructor, and may include individual and/or team assignments.
Students that fail in more than two course units per semester are considered to have failed overall and are required to leave the Program.
The submission deadline for the MSc Theses is October 31st of the academic year following the initial registration.
See the current Academic Calendar here
Lectures take place at AUEB’s Centre for Research and Postgraduate Studies and the new state-of-the-art AUEB premises inaugurated in May 2017 by the President of the Hellenic Republic.
Laboratory classes take place at the ISFM Lab.