Potential candidates of the program may hold a Bachelor’s degree from a national (Greek) university or an international qualification of an equivalent standard. Suitable candidates may be as well graduates from a relevant faculty from Technological Educational Institutions or Polytechnic Universities.
To be considered for admission to the postgraduate program, students who hold a first degree from an overseas institution must first have their degree recognised by the Hellenic National Academic Recognition Information Center (NARIC).
Necessary requirement for a candidate to participate into the evaluation process is the good knowledge of English certified by an official authority. Specifically, candidates should have obtained one of the following certificates:
- Greek government language degree for English at least of level B2 or other equivalent degree such as e.g Lower Cambridge or Michigan etc.
- IELTS, with a minimum grade of 5,5 given that it has been acquired up to four years before the publication notice.
- TOEFL with a minimum grade of 180, given that it has been acquired up to four years before the publication notice.
- Degree from an English-speaking University or a degree in English Literature.
For the candidate selection process of the program, candidates’ individual qualifications, as they result by the supporting documents that have been submitted, along with the suggestions of the committee that is responsible for the candidates selection, are taking into account. Candidates must submit any supporting documents within the given time limits along with their application to the secretary office of the program.