|Study location||Greece, Thessaloniki|
|Nominal duration||2 years|
|Awards||MBA (MBA in Enterpreneurship)|
|Accreditation||New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC)|
|Application fee||€70 one-time|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
To be considered for admission, candidates must: – Hold a Bachelor degree in Business, Economics, Engineering or Science – Demonstrate competency in the English language. – Although the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is recommended and strengthens the application, it is not required.
After submission of their completed application form and supporting documentation, all applicants will be invited and must complete an interview with a member of the MBA Admissions Committee. For candidates from outside Greece, telephone interviews will be arranged.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
English IELTS 6.5 The requirements can be waived if the Bachelor degree has been awarded from an English speaking academic institution or the candidate is a native English speaker. Any other English certificate will be evaluated by the admissions committee. Applicants may, in lieu of the previously- stated requirements, complete a satisfactory interview with the Director of the MBA program.
At least 2 reference(s) must be provided.
Two essay questions should be answered by all candidates. Question 1 is obligatory for everyone. Choose one more question from 2 to 4. Your answers should be typed, up to 300 words each, on separate sheets of paper and be stapled together. Your essays must appear in 10-12 font size and be double-spaced. 1. Why do you wish to pursue a graduate degree at ACT? What are your career aspirations and why? 2. Describe your most substantial accomplishment and explain why you view it as such? 3. Describe a situation where leadership and teamwork were critical to the outcome of a project in which you were directly involved. What did you learn from the experience and how have you applied what you learned to other situations? 4. Describe a setback, disappointment, or occasion of failure that you have experienced. How did you manage the situation, and what did you learn from it?