MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management

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Fees

The fees for the MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management are 5000€

The amount is payable in four instalments at the beginning of each semester.

The fees are also eligible for financing through LAEK 0,45% - OAED programme.


Deposits

If you have been accepted on a postgraduate programme, you will need to pay a non-refundable deposit of €500 to secure your place. This amount will count towards the first instalment of your tuition fees.

The deposit can be paid by bank transfer or bank draft.

EasyPay

In cooperation with Piraeus Bank, the University has also arranged for fees to be payable through Easypay, quickly and securely.


Scholarships

The School of Economics, Business Αdministration and Legal Studies offers a number of scholarships for the programmes it offers, covering a significant proportion of the fees.

These scholarships are competitive. Award criteria include the quality of the first degree, the undergraduate grades of the candidate, his/her command of the English language and overall profile.

Candidates for scholarships should include a separate letter with their application documents in which they request to be considered for a scholarship, stating the reasons why they think they qualify.

 

Click the following link for the IHU Scholarships Program

Financial Assistance

 

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