Welcome Message

Dear MBA candidate

Today, business decisions have to be taken under conditions of high uncertainty and volatility. Innovatve and practical business solutions to problems and opportunities are needed more quickly and they become more complex. The practice of management is changing.

I am delighted to welcome you to our challenging and inspirational MBA program designed for the next generation of business professionals. The Frederick MBA is committed to stimulate your thinking and give you the opportunity to learn how to manage and lead in a turbulent business environment. Our MBA Faculty Team, through their long-standing experience in teaching, research and business practice, will help you acquire the theoretical and practical knowledge to tackle real-life business issues efficiently and effectively in order to gain competitive advantage for your organization wherever you are based. We will equip you with the toolkit to become a multi-functional leader, enable you to analyse the market and develop innovative strategies to meet business challenges. Acquiring new capabilities, developing adaptive skills and building on your experience and expertise, you will be able to redefine your career goals and shape your future.

Our MBA Program has been designed to provide you with real flexibility allowing you to choose a study format which best suits your personal and professional commitments.

I encourage you to embark on this unique, exciting and truly interdisciplinary learning experience which gives you the opportunity to invest in yourself.

Professor Eleni Hadjiconstantinou,
MBA Program Director
Dean, School of Business and Law

Completion Requirements

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

There are no specific examination regulations, assessment and grading methods employed by this Program. The examination regulationsassessment methods and grading system for this Program are the same as the relevant general university regulations.

Graduation Requirements

Students are eligible for graduation after successfully completing 90 ECTS credits in the courses listed in the Program Structure.

Furthermore, a student can graduate only if their CGPA is greater or equal to 5.00 out of 10.00. Graduating students with a CGPA less than 5.00 might have to take extra courses or repeat a number of courses in order to improve their grades.

Access to Further Studies

The graduates of the program will be able to proceed to further professional or academic qualifications, such as, have access to PhD studies (3rd Cycle) in disciplines related to those offered by the School of Economic Sciences and Administration.

Admission Requirements

Minimum Academic Requirements:

An undergraduate degree from a recognized university or the equivalent international qualification in any scientific discipline, such as, Accounting & Finance, Economics, Maritime and Transport, Engineering, Law, Life Sciences, Social Sciences.

English Language Requirements:

If you have completed your entire degree in a non-English speaking Program of Study, you must demonstrate satisfactory knowledge of English language. Suitable qualifications may include:

  • TOEFL, or IELTS, or GCSE, or IGCSE, or Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English, or equivalent, or
  • High school leaving certificate from a High School where the language of instruction is English, or
  • Satisfactory performance (>50%) at the English Placement Test offered by Frederick University.

Work experience:

A two year’s work experience or a good GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) score would be considered an advantage.

Recognition of Prior Learning

There are no specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning for this Program. You can be granted transfer credits according to the general arrangements for recognition of prior learning of the University.

How to Apply:

Application forms can be obtained from the Admissions Office at Frederick University in Nicosia or Limassol.  Alternatively, the form can be downloaded by clicking the button below:
Application Form: Click HERE to download (pdf)

As part of the application you will need to submit the following supporting documents:

  1. Full and up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  2. Personal Statement: A short written statement (around 1-2 pages) outlining your suitability to the MBA program and your reasons for applying. You may highlight your professional and research interests and any relevant work experience.
  3. Degree transcripts and any other supporting documents. Please ensure that you submit copies of official transcripts of all degrees or relevant qualifications to date (including any not yet completed). 
  4. Two recommendation letters from people familiar with your work (at least one of them must be provided by an academic referee, the other one can be academic or professional). References can be submitted directly by your referee to the MBA Admissions Team in two ways:
    • Your referee must provide the reference using a professional e-mail address or
    • You can request from your referee to provide a hard copy reference on headed paper, signed and posted to the address of the University Admissions Office.
  5. Any other supporting documents: copies of certificates of relevant examinations such as language test results, GMAT results, etc.

Successful candidates may be invited to an interview which can be attended in person or via phone or skype in order to further assess their suitability for the MBA.

Contact Information

Ms Melinda Michael
Administrative Officer,
School of Business and Law

Frederick University
7, Y. Frederickou Str., Pallouriotissa
1036 Nicosia, Cyprus

Tel. +357 22394394 (ext. 41204)
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Semester breakdown

Each of the first two semesters is broken down in two academic periods. Each period consists of 6 weeks in which you have to undertake three courses and one week where you are expected to solve on-line quizzes, present your projects or assignments for the course and attend seminars. During the final week of the semester you will undertake the final exams.  A course, core or elective, lasts for 6 weeks.