(Collaboration - Hellenic Open University, Greece; Himalayan University, Arunachal Pradesh)


Maharshi VedVyas International Virtual Vedic University launches Short Term Management courses in association with Hellenic Open University, Greece

About 'Hellenic Open University, Greece' : The Hellenic Open University was founded in 1992 in Patras, but remained defunct until 1997 at which time legislation was enacted (Act 2552/97) regarding its operation. The first cohorts of students were admitted in 1999. Further legislation amended the operation of the university by further specifying inter alia its scope, admissions, tuition and academic recruitment procedures (Article 14 of Act 2817/2000, Article 3 of Act 3027/2002 and Article 13 of Act 3260/2004).

- The aim of the programs is to equip participants with the theoretical background and a practical knowledge of the necessary business administration principles, which are required in modern businesses and organizations (either private or public). The programs which are offered in the next period are the following. All programs are offered in English and participants must have a working knowledge of the English language.
Professor Dimitrios A. Giannias
Position : HOBA Program Scientific Coordinator at HELLENIC OPEN UNIVERSITY, Greece

Field: Industrial Organization, Labour market and European Enterprises

Country: Greece
Dimitrios Giannias is a Professor at the School of Social Sciences at the Hellenic Open University in Greece. He is the editor of the EAST-WEST Journal of Economics and Business. His areas of expertise include business administration, industrial organisation, microeconomics, business economics, quality of life, economic analysis, environmental economics, marketing, business communication, networking Dimitris Giannias has published widely (more than 220 articles in referred journals and books), including articles in: Applied Economics, The Hudson Valley Regional Review, Journal of Urban Economics, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Εnvironmental and Resource Economics, Journal of Environmental Management, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, QUALITY & QUANTITY International Journal of Methodology, Canadian Journal of Regional Science, Economic Notes, Ecological Economics, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Transforming Economies and Societies, Regional Studies, Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Research, Urban Studies, European Union Review, International Review of Economics and Business, Journal of International Consumer Marketing, Indian Economic Journal, International Journal of the Economics of Business, Journal of Product and Brand Management, The Balkan Review). He has also published in several conference proceedings, books and has organized 10 conferences. He has also worked extensively in research projects and has coordinated a large number of them.




Certificate in MANAGEMENT
10 Weeks 10,108/-
Certificate in MARKETING
10 Weeks 10,108/-
10 Weeks 10,108/-
10 Weeks 10,108/-
24 Weeks 21,108/-
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Distance learning is a mode of delivering education and instruction to students who are not physically present in a traditional setting such as a classroom. Distance learning provides "access to learning when the source of information and the learners are separated by time and distance, or both. This method is used by the HELLENIC OPEN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, the HOBA network, and Maharshi VedVyas International Virtual Vedic University to offer the HOBA short training program in Business Administration. All training programs are 100% distance learning, since the evaluation of the participants (eg, their TEST) takes place, too, in their place. Past experience has shown that the need for training in business administration is increasing across all spectrum of social and professional life. The methodology which is used by this program and its participation cost make it even more appealing. English is the language in which the HOBA training programs are offered. This is an advantage for all non English native speaking participants, since they will be able, too, to prove their proficiency in English to their current or future employers.

The main characteristics of the HOBA training program are:

All programs are flexible, in the sense that the methodology used enables a participant to choose the time and the "place" (as long as there is a computer connected to the internet) who wishes to attend his or her program.

During the period of the program, trainees are authorized to access the ELECTRONIC LIBRARY of the program (the directory entitled «LIBRARY_STUDY MATERIAL»), where they can find all the educational material required for their study in electronic form (PDF format, etc). Participants will be able to download and print their studying material if they wish.

Trainees have to work on their educational material, which is included in their ELECTRONIC LIBRARY, following the STUDYING SCHEDULE and given the support-guidance of their teacher.

Every week a participant has to study the educational material, which is specified in his or her ELECTRONIC LIBRARY.

By the starting date of a program, a participant has access to the educational material (for all program’s weeks), which is needed to complete his or her program together with all necessary instructions.

For the programs in MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, and STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: participants have to take one TEST for their evaluation.

For the miniMBA program: participants have to take 3 TESTS and write an ESSAY for their evaluation.

Participants can take their tests in the weekend of the weeks specified in the STUDYING SCHEDULE. The participants can choose whether they take their TEST on Saturday or Sunday of the specific weekend; they can also choose the time of their preference.

The reading material (which is all given in the ELECTRONIC LIBRARY) is classified as either OBLIGATORY or OPTIONAL. OPTIONAL is the additional material which is recommended for reading or watching from those who have the time and want to work more on the subject. The TEST of the program is on the OBLIGATORY material.

Participants are expected to spend from a minimum of 6 hours to a maximum of 12 hours per week on the training program.

Participants are expected to devote their time to the study of the educational material, which is given in their ELECTRONIC LIBRARY, following their specific STUDYING SCHEDULE (which is presented in the next) and the support and guidance of their professor.


Final examination will conducted by Maharshi VedVyas International Virtual Vedic University; Exam will be online.


Following the assessment of the completion of the program, participants receive an official CERTIFICATE. The assessment of the completion of the program is based on participants’ test performance (and on essay for the miniMBA). The Certificate states that the total number of teaching hours is 85 for the programs in MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, and 300 for the miniMBA.. To complete his or her program, a participant must have an over 50% performance in his or her TEST (over 5 in the 0-10 scale) for the programs in MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, and STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT. For completion of the miniMBA program, a participant must have an average performance over 50% (over 5 in the 0-10 scale). Where TESTS and ESSAY are equally weighted; that is, the performance in each one of the 3 TESTs is weighted by 25%, and the ESSAY is weighted by 25%, too.


1. University graduates (non-majored in management, marketing or business administration but needed it for their work, profession, personal development, professional development, CV improvement etc)

2. High school graduates with relevant work experience

For example, the program is suitable for:

*A civil engineer who wants to participate in the management training program for his professional development.

*A high school graduate who works as an office employee and wants to be promoted in an entry level manager.

*A teacher who runs a private school and has no previous managerial education.

*A person who wants to start his own business and has no university degree in business administration.

*A manager who wants to participate in a training program for refreshing his or her knowledge.

*A university graduate who has a degree in an area other than business administration.


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