MSc in International Shipping, Finance and Management

APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENSION – September 27th 2018

Due to the change of the relevant law regarding the admissions process of postgraduate programs during the current academic year, the Master’s program in International Shipping, Finance & Management announces an extension to the deadline for submitting applications until September 27th 2018

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The MSc in ISFM can be subsidized for the employees of companies through the LAEK program http://laek.oaed.gr/


Preparatory courses-September 2018

The MSc Program offers:

 

Full Time Program

Preparatory Course Units – 3 weeks (3 x 4 hours = 12 hours) – September

Introduction to Finance

Elements of Mathematics and Economics for Business

Statistics for Business

Ship Technology and Terminology

ECTS

1 st Semester

1st Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - October – November

Financial and Management Accounting

5

Financial Management

5

Maritime Economics and Business

5

2nd Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - December – February

Corporate Finance

5

International Economics

2 . 5

International Maritime Commodity Trade

2 . 5

Quantitative Methods for Shipping Data

5

2ο Semester

3rd Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - March – April

Management of Maritime Companies

5

Shipping Finance and Investment Decisions

5

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

 

5

5

5

5

4th Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - May – June

Selection of course units equivalent to a total of 15 ECTS:

Chartering

Logistics Management

Marine Insurance

Maritime Law

Shipping Business Risk Management

Banking

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

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

Dissertation takes place between June/July and October – 15 ECTS

Notes:
  1. During the 3rd bimonthly period, students attend two (2) compulsory course units and one (1) course unit from the electives offered.
  2. During the 4th bimonthly period there is a choice between three (3) ‘full’ – 5 ECTS – course units.

Part Time Program, Year I

Preparatory Course Units – 3 weeks (3 x 4 hours = 12 hours) – September

Introduction to Finance

Elements of Mathematics and Economics for Business

Statistics for Business

Ship Technology and Terminology

ECTS

1 st Semester

1st Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - October – November

Financial Management

5

Maritime Economics and Business

5

2nd Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - December – February

Corporate Finance

5

International Economics

2 . 5

International Maritime Commodity Trade

2 . 5

2ο Semester

3rd Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - March – April

Management of Maritime Companies

5

Shipping Finance and Investment Decisions

5

4th Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - May – June

Selection of course units equivalent to a total of 5 or 10 ECTS (total 15 ECTS 4th and 8th Bimonthly Period):

i. Chartering

ii. Marine Insurance

iii. Maritime Law

iv. Banking

v Wealth Management

vi. Human Resource Management (Managing People in Shipping)

vii. Operations Management

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

Part Time Program, Year II

ECTS

3 rd Semester

5th Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - October – November

Financial and Management Accounting

5

6th Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - December – February

Quantitative Methods for Shipping Data

5

4th Semester

7th Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - March – April

Selection of one of the following course units:

i. Data, Models and Business Decisions in Shipping

ii. Port Economics and Policies

iii. Portfolio Analysis and Management

iv. Accounting for Shipping Business

5

5

5

5

8th Bimonthly Period (8 weeks x 3 hours = 24 hours) - May – June

Selection of course units equivalent to a total of 5 or 10 ECTS (total 15 ECTS 4th and 8th Bimonthly Period):

i. Logistics Management and Liner Shipping

ii. Shipping Business Risk Management

iii. International Taxation of Capital and Investment Decisions

iv. Financial Analysis and Company Valuation

v. Risk Management

vi. Strategic Business Decisions in Shipping

5

5

5

5

5

5

Dissertation for the P.T. program takes place during the 3rd and 4th semesters

– 15 ECTS