MBA

with specialization in Law Operations Management (taught only in Greek)

Course Structure

Knowledge of the law alone, is not enough to successfully run a law firm. Knowledge of management would certainly help in solving issues that arise in the day to day operation of such firms. The goal is to empower students to meet the complex challenges that relate to managing a law organisation.

While this programme maintains all the advantages of an MBA course - a wide range of knowledge that covers all the functions of a business - at the same time it provides the opportunity to specialize in the increasingly important field of legal services management.

The MBA Programme with Specialization in Law Operations Management, is two years in duration (part-time), meeting fortnightly, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. After completing the first year (foundation) then follows the second year (specialization and dissertation).

APPLICATION FORM

Postgraduate entry requirements

- University degree or professional qualification.
- Work experience.

For the MBA work experience can at times be supplemented by education, while four years of experience as a supervisor can supplement education.

In order to register for any of the above courses, one needs to apply in writing, and will be accepted on the course pending an evaluation.

Books that have been selected for every subject specifically, are handed out free of charge, in Greek.

Your competence in reading English will be tested at interview. As you are already working in business, you are expected to have an appropriate level of competence in English that will enable you to access reading materials. The interview assures us of your competence. 


Supporting Documents

  • Copies of diplomas or professional qualifications
  • 4 colour passport size photos (3x4,5)
  • A copy of your identification card
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
  • Certificate of Employment
  • Curriculum Vitae

There is the possibility of financing the program through employee training LAEK 0,24% of the Employment Service, with the prerequisite that the is student working alongside his studies. By registering at ICBS, students simultaneously enrolled in the University of Winchester, which grants the student card.

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