Master in Facilities Management in Greece
The master's program MSc in Facilities Management is aimed at people who work in positions related to the management of facilities and buildings so that they can manage the safety and smooth operation of these buildings as well as people who wish to specialize in the specific sector.
Form and Duration
The programmes are offered throughout Greece with full academic support from the University and lasts 1.5-2 years.
Course Content (courses)
The program is aimed at working professionals, so it is offered in a flexible format and each student can decide to adjust the study time according to the respective needs.
The program consists of six (6) course modules and a thesis.
•Project Risk Management
•Project Appraisal & Finance
The University's degrees are recognized in all countries of the world, because it is one of the best State Universities in Scotland and is controlled by the British Government.
Through the University's partnership with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the MSc programs are fully recognized by RICS. This demonstrates that the program meets the RICS quality principles and provides postgraduate degrees enabling registration and certification by the organization for students who successfully complete one of the programmes, with all the associated benefits that certification offers.
The quality principles involved in RICS-recognised programs and the benefits of RICS registration and certification can be found on the RICS: www.rics.org
Tuition & Benefits
The tuition fee includes the educational materials, the academic support of the University, access to the electronic services of the University and all services provided by iCon and the University
Applications & Information
- Higher Education Degree or analytical grade or Professional Diploma
- Curriculum vitae
- A letter of recommendation
- Application form completed
For more information about the program and the application process, please contact us at 210 92 48534, email email@example.com or fill out our interest form: