Master of Science Programme Business Economics and Management - Institutului Agronomic Mediteranean din Chania, Creta (Grecia)

We would like to bring to your attention that applications are now open for the Master of Science Programme Business Economics and Management for the next academic year 2019-2020, at the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (CIHEAM-MAICh). Full scholarships (including tuition fees, board and accommodation) will be given to 2-3 university graduates from your country to follow the Master of Science Programme offered by the Business Economics and Management (BEM) department.

This advanced degree is geared towards highly qualified students who want to develop their knowledge relating to economics and management and who are committed and dedicated to become innovators in the academic and/or the entrepreneurial world. Our program provides a multinational, stimulating and supportive environment in which students can flourish.

To date, more than 300 former CIHEAM-MAICh MSc graduates have accomplished or are in the process of finishing a PhD degree on full scholarship in all corners of the world. Many of them are now faculty members in prestigious universities in countries such as the USA, Canada, Australia, all over Europe and the Mediterranean.

CIHEAM-MAICh's hallmark is the quality of teaching staff who are faculty members in renowned universities in the EU, Canada, and the USA. We believe that candidates with a solid scientific background and good command of English maximize the return of investment to mutual benefit. This is demonstrated by the fact that many former CIHEAM-MAICh MSc graduates are currently pursuing academic careers at well-known universities while many others hold distinguished positions in research institutions, government and European/international agencies, management companies, aid programs, local authorities and as consultants in the private sector.

Further information on the MSc program and relevant application forms can be found at

Dr. George Baourakis

Director, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (CIHEAM-MAICh)