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Why choose this program

  • Provides participants with a comprehensive knowledge of internal audit
  • Enriches each participant’s experience with up-to-date techniques and methodology
  • Has strong connections with the business world (teaching staff and case studies)
  • Is implemented in the English language
  • Is recognized as part of the "Internal Audit Academic Awareness Program" of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA)
  • Is run under the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Antifraud Educational Partner Scheme
  • Is endorsed by the Institute for Internal Controls (IIC) and leads to the CICA certification
  • Provides substantial knowledge to the participants aiming at professional certifications (CIA, CFE, CISA etc)
  • Offers one award of excellence leading to 12-month full employment at EY Greece
  • Is implemented by an excellent and experienced staff of instructors who combine long teaching, training and working experience
  • Following successful completion, offers a Master in Business Administration, by the Department of Economics of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.


  • To provide postgraduate education to business executives and interested students in internal audit
  • To cover both the theoretical foundations as well as the applied issues on internal audit
  • To provide each participant with the principles, the methodology and the tools for modern and effective internal audit
  • To achieve upgrading of knowledge and skills for each participant, preparing her / him for higher responsibilities and career opportunities. 


The Master in Business Administration-Internal Audit combines e-learning teaching with live tutorial meetings.

It comprises five (5) modules. A participant may choose full-time attendance, with a duration of two (2) years, or part-time attendance, with a duration of up to four (4) years. For the successful completion of the program, all modules must be completed, as well as the dissertation thesis (considered as Module V).

During the first academic year, participants may choose to attend up to three (3) modules; the remaining module(s) will be attended during the following academic year(s), along with the dissertation thesis.

Each module, running through the whole academic year, consists of three (3) courses. Further details can be found here