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Masters in Greece

Universities in Greece offer a wide range of master’s degrees across various fields, including science, arts, business, and engineering. These degrees are delivered by both public and private universities and specialised graduate schools providing advanced degrees like Master of Business Administration (MBA) and other business-related postgraduate degrees. Institutions in Greece also offer postgraduate qualifications such as Master of Science (MSc), Master of Arts (MA), and Master of Research (MRes).

Duration

A master’s degree in Greece typically takes one to two years when studied full-time. Some specialised programs, particularly those that include internships, research projects or laboratory work, may take longer than this to complete.

Language of Teaching

While many master’s programs in Greece are only offered in Greek, there is an increasing number of programs taught entirely in English, especially designed to attract and facilitate international students.

How to Apply for a Master’s Degree in Greece

International students can apply directly to the Greek university of their choice. The application process involves submitting documents such as a CV or resume, academic transcripts, a personal statement, and letters of recommendation. Some programs may also require a portfolio or a research proposal.

Proof of language proficiency is essential, with IELTS or TOEFL required for English-taught courses, and certification in Greek for courses taught in Greek. The academic requirements typically include holding a relevant undergraduate degree, sometimes in a particular subject area. Certain programs might also require specific entrance examinations or professional experience.

Postgraduate Tuition Fees for International Students

Tuition fees for international students in Greece are relatively low compared to other European countries. Fees can range from €1,500 to €5,000 annually for most programs, although some may be higher, especially for private institutions or specialised courses. EU/EEA students often benefit from lower tuition fees, similar to those for Greek students.

Scholarships and financial aid are available through universities, the Greek government, and various international organisations. These financial supports are designed to assist international students with their tuition fees and living expenses.

Browse through the subject areas listed below to view the available postgraduate degrees that can be studied in Greece.

Highlighted courses in Greece

The ALBA MBA MBA

Alba Graduate Business School Greece

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Law LLB (Hons) LLB (Hons)

DEI College Greece

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BA Program in the Archeology, History, and Literature of Ancient Greece BA

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Greece

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BA(Hons) International Hospitality & Tourism Management BA (Hons)

Swiss Alpine Center, Greece Campus Greece

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BA (Hons) Business Management (Marketing) BA (Hons)

Mediterranean College of Thessaloniki Greece

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Bachelor degree in Physics Bachelor Degree

University of Ioannina Greece

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