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Republic of Cyprus

    Master in Business Administration (MBA)

    The MBA Programme offers students, from a variety of academic backgrounds, the opportunity to prepare for a managerial career. Its overall objective is to provide students with a sound framework of concepts, analytical methods and techniques that will enable them to execute effectively their managerial duties.

    Duration of the Programme:
    The Programme is of fourteen months duration. In addition to the course modules, participants are expected to prepare a Dissertation.

    Admission Requirements:

    Basic admission requirements:

    • University degree (Bachelor Degree) or equivalent qualification in any field of study (equivalent qualification must be accompanied with an official document stating that awarded qualification is equivalent to Bachelor Degree).
  • Candidates are required to have proficiency in English (Graduates from non-English speaking Universities will be asked to provide proof of fluency in English), such as an English Proficiency Examination Certificate (GCE, TOEFL, IELTS, etc).

A personal interview or/and a written examination is at the discretion of the MIM.

Foreign applicants who do not reside in Cyprus and meet the basic admission requirements should submit a Personal Statement (PS) according to the MIM PS Guidelines.

All non EU Applicants who wish to study at the MIM must submit a number of documents and certificates (described on the MIM website for International Students) so as to obtain a student visa.

Note: A number of admissions will be offered to candidates who have at least 3 years of professional experience and/or excellent performance.


    Tuition fees are €3.900

    Application Procedure:

    Graduates wishing to apply for admission to the MIM must complete the on line application form and submit it.

    For more information and the Application Form please visit the official website of the MIM at

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