Your chances are relatively high, but they depend on you. Although our program is very competitive, we offer at least 40 positions for new students each academic year.

No. You will be taught the Greek language during your studies.

No scholarships are available at the moment.

Citizens of European Union countries covered by the Schengen Agreement can enter Greece with an identity card or passport. However, please contact the authorities of your country for further information. Citizens of other countries should refer to their authorities for the necessary documentation. All students must apply for long-term residence permits for their studies upon arrival. Our International Studies and Foreign Affairs Office is available for that process.

Feel free to contact our International Studies Office and we will schedule an appointment (

Getting a VISA depends on your country of origin. For more information, you must contact the competent authority in your country. You may also find more information on the website below.

Visas info

No. Everything can be done online, including test exams (if is needed) or an interview (if is needed).

The deadline for the next round of applications is June 21 (and August 31, respectively if late entry slots are available).

Applications have already begun, and slots are still available (early, late, and very entries) for the academic year 2024-2025. There are 40 slots in total, and you must hurry if you want to secure a place.

You can do it online by completing all the necessary forms and documentation here.

The program starts in October 2024

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