General requirements for undergraduate courses
Candidates with the Apolytirion and Vervaiosi Prosvasis may be considered for direct entry to the first year of undergraduate courses. A typical offer would be for at least 18 overall in the Apolytirion, possibly with specific scores in certain subjects.
The offer will vary depending on the subject for which you apply.
General requirements for postgraduate/research courses
Greek university degrees with a percentage point score of 6.5 or above are generally accepted for entry on to masters programmes.
Candidates with qualifications gained from Technical Training Institutes are generally required to follow a pre-MSc course before advancing to regular masters programmes.
English language requirements
English language requirements vary by course but are usually the equivalent of:
- IELTS 5.5–6.5 for foundation courses
- IELTS 6.0–7.0 for bachelor’s courses
- IELTS 6.5–7.5 for postgraduate programmes
The University also accepts other English language tests such as: Pearson Test of English (PTE), Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) and Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE). Depending on the course, IGCSE or IB English Language may be accepted.
For further information please visit our English language requirements page.
Some Schools ask that the appropriate score has been met before you apply for a course whilst other departments give conditional offers subject to applicants achieving our general entry requirement level of English language proficiency before starting the course.
There is a range of English language courses offered by the University that are designed to help you develop your language skills.
Other entry requirements
Please note that this is generic information only. Faculties and Schools have different entry requirements and some qualifications may not be acceptable for certain courses, so it is important to check with the School directly before you apply.
Some courses have additional entry requirements such as previous work experience, submission of written work with the application or previous study of a particular subject.