MBA Program (in English)

Students must successfully complete at least 90 ECTS, as follows: 52,5 ECTS through 7 compulsory courses, 15 ECTS through 2 optional courses and 22,5 ECTS through the Dissertation.

The final grade for each course is extracted in the following manner, except otherwise agreed with the lecturer:

I. Final examination 60%

II. Interim examination or assignment 30%

III. Participation 10%

The MBA Programme of MIM is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) system. Each credit corresponds to 25-30 hours of study.

A comprehensive description of each course can be found in the Programme Prospectus, which is available on the MIM website.

First Term (Compulsory Courses)
1. Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour
2. Accounting and Financial Analysis
3. Organization and Management of Productive Systems
Second Term (Compulsory Courses)
1. Strategic Management
2. Business Information System
3. Marketing Management
4. Dissertation I
Third Term (Optional Courses - choice of 2)
1. Managerial Accounting
2. Data Analysis and Decision Making
3. Business Economics
4. Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Dissertation (Compulsory - 22,5 ECTS)
All participants are required to prepare and submit a Dissertation for the award of the Master's degree. The objective of the Dissertation is to engage the students in an in-depth study and analysis of their chosen topic and enable them to reach important conclusions and form concrete suggestions.

The placement at a company/organization with the aim of acquiring work experience (internship) is over and above the 110 ECTS required for the successful completion of the Programme. Through the 200 hours internship the unemployed students are given the opportunity to develop their managerial skills in a real work environment. The student together with the Institution selects the company/organization at which the student is placed.

Transer of ECTS
Students can apply for the recognition of up to 30 ECTS of the Postgraduate Programme corresponding to credits awarded by another recognised institution/university for similar content courses of a postgraduate programme. The Academic Committee decides the number of transferred ECTS after the evaluation of the transcript and the analytical description of the courses the interested student wishes to transfer. No student can get an exemption of the Dissertation I course which is considered necessary for the successful completion and submission of the Dissertation.
The grades of the transferred courses will not be recorded nor taken into account in the calculation of the final grade of the student's degree.

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