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Becoming a master

By Maria Gregoriou

A few years ago we had to go overseas if we wanted to get a Masters but now it seems that the world of education is really opening itself up to anyone who doesn’t want to leave the classroom just yet, or whose next step in life is just logically into a master’s degree.

If you, or your child, have made that decision the next riddle to be solved is which institution you should choose. The professors and students from the Business Administration programme at the University of Cyprus will be having an open day today from 5pm until 7pm.

Those in charge of managing the programme, teachers, administration staff and some of the current students will be there to speak about the programme and answer any questions.

So if you want to take the next step when it comes to your education then you should be at the Anastasios Leventis campus in Anglantzia in Nicosia this afternoon, and who knows, maybe next year (full-time basis) or in two years (part-time basis) you may be throwing your cap in the air.

Just to get the ball rolling, you should know that on a full-time basis the programme is offered in English and Greek, and if you decide to do your MBA on a part-time basis, it is offered in English. The deadline for applications is on March 31 for the academic year 2015-2016. But even if you are not planning on hitting the books just yet, or if you need more time to think on it, the open day will still be a good chance to see what is out there in terms of an MBA in Business Administration.

Open Day
Open day at the University of Cyprus for MBA, Business Administration programme. March 18. University of Cyprus, Anastasios Leentis campus, Aglantzia, Nicosia. 5pm-9pm. Tel: 22-893600

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